* Paul Walter is a Liberal Democrat activist in Newbury and West Berkshire. He is part of the Liberal Democrat Voice team and blogs at Liberal Burblings.
- Dear English Party, is there something you’ve forgotten to do? (Caron Lindsay)
- The battle for a better Europe starts in Bournemouth (Liberal Democrat International Office)
- A woman’s place at Conservative Party Conference – walking with Dave, not talking on panels (Caron Lindsay)
- Is education at the centre of Lib Dem philosophy? (Nigel Jones)
- Tory flip-flop on infrastructure planning (Simon Horner)
- Conwy TC, Deganwy - 8th October 2015
- Thursday reading
- Denis Healey: The Best Prime Minister Labour Never Had?
- Tallis, Moore, Sprackland, National Poerty Day Spem in Alium
- Michelle Thomson was to play a starring role at SNP conference
- Qualitative Election Study of Britain
- If David Cameron really wants an "assault on poverty", he could always try giving the poor more money
- Slouching towards post-democracy
- The myth of BBC impartiality
- Does the Privy Council matter?
- Joe Otten 9th Oct - 12:06am
The problem with Syria is that nobody has a solution, and so every answer will fall short of what we want to hear. For me...
- Huw Dawson 8th Oct - 11:50pm
@ Eddie Sammon, The approach I thought Tim was suggesting was working to solve the issue utilising diplomacy, as we know it's ultimately the only...
- David Raw 8th Oct - 11:44pm
Well done ,Tim. Apart from him - and to an extent Hosie - what a tedious panel. Time for Dimbleby to pack it in -...
- Eddie Sammon 8th Oct - 11:43pm
Lovely comment from Gareth Epps (not). Tim was better than some of his other performances on QT, but I don't know what he is talking...
- Huw Dawson 8th Oct - 11:41pm
Fun fact: I threw QT on the TV tonight, Farron got the first comment in and my sister immediately commented that she really liked his...
- David Wright 8th Oct - 11:41pm
Not very Liberal, but I'm indebted to tonight's BBC Radio 4 'We British' for this passage from Robert Graves famous poem on Grantchester, including places...
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