* Caron Lindsay is Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings
- 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)
- Nursery Road Parking Restrictions
- All hail the wonders of bureaucracy, lunar version
- Sunday Bandstand Concert
- Does it scale? The key question for online campaigning - and Labour's advertising didn't
- Links I found interesting for 05-08-2015
- The Blood is the Life for 05-08-2015
- So out of touch it struggled to find anyone on the minimum wage: Ed Miliband's Labour Party
- Disused railway stations in Wiltshire
- The Green Deal: "Cutting carbon is not a luxury to be ditched when the going gets tough!"
- Robert Conquest (1917-2015) wrote a limerick of genius
- Mick Taylor 5th Aug - 9:00am
@David Raw. TTIP does not include the provision that would allow US business to demand entry into public services, because the EU negotiators have refused...
- Richard Stallard 5th Aug - 8:57am
All I hope is that a few of good people in the Lib Dems (of which there are many!) will read this thread and perhaps...
- Richard Underhill 5th Aug - 8:39am
I have blogged on another thread about "snakeheads", travel agents for illegal migration. The phrase genuine "asylum seekers" does not make sense in law, although...
- Zack Polanski 5th Aug - 8:31am
Jeremy has seemed lukewarm at best on Electoral Reform. He gave the old red herring line about it being important that the constituency link is...
- John Innes 5th Aug - 8:31am
@Steve Comer - Yes I hope he has/will speak to the truck drivers, yet I am proud of Tim for taking this initiative.
- Richard Stallard 5th Aug - 8:22am
"Solicitors would say that they had honestly copied them, which would be true..." Not always, in my experience! Let's not forget, we're dealing with highly...
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