- A small step for trust in the manifesto (Joe Otten)
- Opinion: A liberal postcard from Athens #2 (Stephen Harte)
- Opinion: Paddy Ashdown’s appeal to Green and Labour (Roger Lake)
- Opinion: The twin intellectual conceits that damned the Liberal Democrats’ election hopes in 2015 (David Thorpe)
- Opinion: Bill – A Factual Postscript (Richard Edwards)
- Greece by Lembit Opik
- Sandgate Pothole Watch: Wilberforce Road
- National Audit Office verdict on Pupil Premium: "potential to bring about a significant improvement in outcomes for disadvantaged pupils"
- Liberal Party organisation in 1950: sounds rather familiar
- Cardiff CC, Pentyrch - 30th June 2015
- Public services could be more effective, less expensive
- Olly Grender & me on BBC Radio 4: Who will be the next Lib Dem leader?
- Guest post: Lib Dems must rediscover our radical roots
- How a supposedly progressive tax system hits the poorest hardest
- Almost 14 years on from September 11th, 2001, and our language around terrorism is still wrong
- Nick Thornsby 30th Jun - 1:58pm
Malcolm Todd - I'd argue it is demonstrably better (in both principle and practice) to insert a further check within the democratic system than to...
- Martin 30th Jun - 1:55pm
David-1: We could all club together and vote that you give us money, but that would not mean that you would give a penny. The...
- Malcolm Todd 30th Jun - 1:54pm
david thorpe "We all elect the leader and the leader decides the policy" (to paraphrase your comment) is not democracy. This is an age-old argument....
- david thorpe 30th Jun - 1:30pm
we need to address a number of myths-The first being that conference make the policy that goes into the manifesto-this is complete nonsense-somehting called the...
- George Potter 30th Jun - 1:23pm
Besides which, the problem with tuition fees wasn't the policy or even the pledge. It was breaking the pledge as a result of being utterly...
- George Potter 30th Jun - 1:19pm
And we have one member, one vote about to come in for all federal committee elections. The leader is not elected to make policy. The...
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