LibDemVoice Co-Editor Stephen Tall reflected on the state of the Coalition at its mid-way point in an event jointly hosted by CentreForum and the Institute for Government, Half-Time Oranges (and Blues): How to renew the Coalition while Preparing for the Next Election. You can watch his 10-minute verdict on where the Lib Dems are at and where we should go next here:
- Good luck, Jeremy (Ed Fordham)
- Asylum: Let’s look at the numbers (Elwyn Watkins)
- Avoiding a ‘Munich moment’ (Steve Walpole)
- What if your boss could check your internet browsing history? (Daisy Cooper)
- “An Engaged and Constructive” policy for Europe (Mike Biden)
- Robert Conquest (1917-2015): A limerick of genius
- Investigation into Chilham derailment
- Guardian reviews The Lone Pine Club
- Southport & Ormskirk NHS Trust – Management suspensions
- My take on the Labour leadership: enjoy Peak Corbyn, then prepare for Competent Cooper
- Do you want to hear about the real story behind the Calais migrant issues?
- Lancashire Life Magazine – Expansion at Seaforth Dock
- Lib Dem team out fixing problems around Cheadle and Gatley
- Day 5326: My Fair Ladies (and Lords)
- Judy Abel 4th Aug - 10:48pm
So very sad that anyone should die that young - and from epilepsy, a condition we still need to do much more about. RIP.
- Richard Underhill 4th Aug - 10:45pm
John Dunn 4th Aug '15 - 10:20pm "We live in very interesting times" is an ancient Chinese curse, as Paddy Ashdown has often reminded us....
- Richard Underhill 4th Aug - 10:36pm
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David Raw 4th Aug '15 - 9:13pm This would be serious if it were true. Please consider the massive subsidies that the USA gives to...
- paul barker 4th Aug - 10:27pm
The point about Corbyn is that he is a Marxist, he feels no obligation to stick to "bourgois" values like honesty. Forget his Policies &...
- John Dunn 4th Aug - 10:20pm
I'm afraid politics is much more subtle, (fickle?), than Ed Fordham realises. Prior to the May general election, Farage had predicted that Labour would go...
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