Tag Archives: doha trade talks

Putting the party’s message in a distinctively liberal context – Part 2: the economy

This is the second of three posts looking at the party’s messaging. The first was published here yesterday; the last and final post will appear tomorrow.

The first half of our message emphasises economic competence: bringing back (as David Laws once put it) Gladstonian Liberalism to the Treasury and setting us up to be competitive in a fast-changing, globalised economy.

So far, much of the focus has been on our willingness to take “tough decisions”. Here, for example, is David Laws speaking to the Independent recently: “in the past people have known we stood for a fairer society but have …

Posted in Op-eds | Also tagged , , and | 64 Comments
Advert



Recent Comments

  • User AvatarManfarang 29th Sep - 2:35am
    Dave Orbison "seriously?" Yes Momentum is the stuff of student politics of 40 years ago. The New Left may look new to todays young. I...
  • User AvatarLorenzo Cherin 29th Sep - 1:18am
    Rebecca Lovely to hear your father is with us , he seems to be someone you admire a great deal professionally as well as personally....
  • User AvatarLorenzo Cherin 29th Sep - 12:58am
    I cannot fathom the loathing of Clinton anymore than the liking of Trump. I agree with, and am keen on, the comments of Paul, Eddie,...
  • User AvatarKatharine Pindar 28th Sep - 11:23pm
    Simon Shaw - fair comment, and I seem to remember hearing Tim say Corbyn wouldn't talk to him. But there are ways and ways of...
  • User AvatarDavid Becket 28th Sep - 11:13pm
    Tim Farron needs to cut back on his general attack on Corbyn. Some of Corbyn's policies we can agree with, at least in part. however...
  • User AvatarDave Orbison 28th Sep - 11:03pm
    Tim Hill - re the stuck needle. Very mature and you think the problem lies with Momentum?