- Wikipedia “edit-a-thon” on Liberal History (Janet Berridge)
- Mental health awareness was one of the reasons I became a Liberal Democrat (Dean Moore)
- Chosen trauma and memories of the war (Mark Argent)
- WATCH Michelle Obama endorse Hillary: “A leader worthy of all our kids’ promise” (Caron Lindsay)
- The cultural loss from Brexit (Chris Key)
- Trudeau on Trump
- Merseyrail – Labour-run Merseytravel Committee needs to be clear what they are looking for in terms of guards on new train fleet
- Sandgate Royal British Legion Appeal for New Members
- Template Press Release: Macmillan's World's Biggest Coffee Morning
- The Blood is the Life for 29-07-2016
- Could we be entering an era of short prime ministerial reigns?
- The silly season kicks in as Plaid Cymru call for separate Welsh foreign policy
- Residents take on Fight against City Council & Redrow Homes
- Ludlow Buttercross - an ace museum with a nice town attached
- My must-reads this week July 29, 2016
- Geoffrey Payne 29th Jul - 12:56pm
According to David Laws book on the Coalition she was a particularly hard line uncompromising Tory. And he also recalled that she proposed the motion...
- AM 29th Jul - 12:34pm
Thank you for the insight Caroline - it's been a turbulent few months nationally, and it's really interesting to see how that's affected you locally....
- Jayne Mansfield 29th Jul - 11:46am
@ Lorenzo Cherin, I apologise for not responding earlier. Music is of course a matter of person taste. Ironically, I believe that it is the...
- Tim13 29th Jul - 11:37am
Ian Patterson According to analysis by Middle Englander on Vote UK Forum: LD 44 Ind 34 Tory 30 Lab 8 Mebyon Kernow 4 Green 1...
- Huw Dawson 29th Jul - 11:21am
Mark Wright's numbers are exceptionally cheering. An average of 22% in by-election polls! Three times our GE polling. What that shows is that there is...
- JamesG 29th Jul - 11:17am
Meanwhile in the real world 26 countries now want a deal with Britain, including btw Germany. http://order-order.com/2016/07/29/brexit-breaking-free-global-markets/
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