LDV’s Sunday Best: our 7 most-read articles this week

Many thanks to the  13,800 visitors who dropped by Lib Dem Voice this week. Here’s our 7 most-read posts…

I need the Liberal Democrats to stand up for me when Conservative ministers denigrate me (62 comments) by Matt

On the Lib Dem conference polling bump (or lack thereof) and what it means for the party (68 comments) by Stephen Tall

Of course, the Daily Mail has form when it comes to smearing party leaders’ families (21 comments) by Stephen Tall

Might some of the welfare changes be a little more helpful to people than Osborne made out? (69 comments) by Caron Lindsay

Nick Clegg supports Ed Miliband over his dad – that’s just right (15 comments) by Andy Boddington

Telegraph claims Clegg has ruled out a coalition with Labour. I claim the Telegraph is talking nonsense on stilts (47 comments) by Stephen Tall

The poll findings which should encourage (some) Lib Dems and worry Labour (11 comments) by Stephen Tall

 

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