- Parliament is going to have to do better than today (Caron Lindsay)
- Kirsty Williams writes… Welsh Lib Dems to deliver key election pledge (Kirsty Williams AM)
- The problem with Neoliberalism (Tom Papworth)
- Washington Women’s March contributing to the new Liberator song book? (Bernard Aris)
- Maybe not! We must not let Theresa get away with it. (Katharine Pindar)
- Delivering in Dunston
- Michael Crawford on Benjamin Britten
- Lord Bonkers' Diary: The school of politics in which I was raised
- Woody Allen on dealing with Nazis
- Karl Popper on not tolerating intolerance
- Axing of oak tree on Whitcliffe Common fells the reputation of Shropshire Wildlife Trust
- Lib Dem MPs on three line whip to vote against Article 50 bill unless it includes a referendum
- Brexit positive.....
- Brexit: the time for pester-power
- FCC hurdle 2: the paperwork
- Peter Martin 24th Jan - 10:47pm
@Caron There was a vote of in June 2015 for the referendum to take place. The final vote being 544-53 Those 53 have every right...
- : 24th Jan - 10:39pm
"even if no-one changed their mind" Enormous, massive if there. People do everyday, and you think they won't over decades?
- Nom de Plume 24th Jan - 10:01pm
@ Peter Martin In light of the Greek experience, I think it is unlikely Germany will run a budget deficit. Remember the Growth and Stabililty...
- Peter Martin 24th Jan - 9:40pm
@Nom de Plume, Are the German people really the beneficiaries? They are supplying the ROW with more Goods and Services than they receive in return....
- Ethicsgradient 24th Jan - 9:34pm
I was shocked as I listened to the Davies [email protected] to hear the only one Lib Dem mp attended the session and had left with...
- Nom de Plume 24th Jan - 9:14pm
@ Peter Martin Thanks for the reply. Germany is a beneficiary of a weak euro. The euro has many problems. I will not contest the...