- Opinion: Nick Clegg, want to win the women’s vote? Try working with one. (Alice Thomas)
- Opinion: Gough Whitlam: Farewell to a reformer (Mathew Hulbert)
- Opinion: The other side of the immigration debate coin (Rabi Martins)
- Martin Horwood MP writes…Reducing the negative impact of violence on international development (Martin Horwood)
- Opinion: Should all-member ballots replace conference on policy votes? (Robin McGhee)
- Two things we learnt about the Lib Dems today
- Coetzee's "quiet bat people" moment shows need for a rethink on the manifesto.
- Out of action for a couple of weeks at least
- Newsham Model Railway Exhibition
- Lord Smith favourite for Greater Manchester super-council boss
- Liz Lynne's January-May action plan
- By-Election Report: 16 October 2014
- Lib Dems campaign for end to second home tax loophole
- Employers say cutting EU immigration will backfire
- A Tribute to Efua Dorkenoo
- Nick 21st Oct - 8:43pm
I don't really see what the peril is in making someone who'll clearly not vote Labour wail about how unfair it is that his house...
- malc 21st Oct - 8:40pm
Simon "As the Duke of Wellington said, if I am born in a stable, does that make me a horse?" I'm sure Nigel Farage would...
- Tpfkar 21st Oct - 8:37pm
I'm with Caron and co. This is just too small, particularly the education pledge which is daft anyway - we need great teachers who transform...
- Richard Church 21st Oct - 8:26pm
Trying to be so precise is what makes these four priorities so dull. By being more aspirational we could be more inspirational. The following covers...
- jedibeeftrix 21st Oct - 8:09pm
the perils of ill-thought manifesto promises: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/labour/11177527/Ed-Balls-has-just-turned-my-house-into-a-mansion.-Im-not-as-happy-about-it-as-you-might-think.html
- simon 21st Oct - 7:08pm
"Also, point to bear in mind Simon, these people you speak of aren’t immigrants. They were born here, they were educated here, they speak English...