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- Why calling for HQ staff to be sacked is unacceptable and will not be tolerated on LDV
- LibLink: Ryan Coetzee: The Liberal Democrats must reunite, rebuild or remain in opposition
- In full: Nick Clegg responds to the Queen's Speech
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- Opinion: Goodbye Salisbury Convention, hello UK constitutional convention (Simon Foster)
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- Thank You Focus
- Liberal Democrat Group shadow cabinet
- Thank you Mr Dodds for the encouragement
- Islamic State: The Digital Caliphate
- Queen's Speech heralds an attempt to bring in online voting for UK general elections
- My review of yesterday's Queen's Speech
- My early BBC interview about the early Tim Farron
- Hampton Hargate and Vale PC, Hargate ward- Wednesday 17th June 2015
- The Blood is The Life 28-05-2015
- Community politics, Orange Book, Social Liberalism. Time for the Lib Dems to move on.
- Gordon 28th May - 5:23pm
What Nick Barlow said. The central organisation is not fit for purpose and never has been since the party was founded; it needs a root...
- Eddie Sammon 28th May - 5:15pm
Good article Martin. If Lib Dems lurch to the left and Labour lurch to the right then I might support them instead. It's not just...
- David Allen 28th May - 5:15pm
Phil Rimmer - spot on. Sadly we are proving less adaptable than that dinosaur, the Labour Party. No doubt there are plenty of mixed feelings...
- R Rossim 28th May - 4:55pm
I think the people in the Shetland Islands can probably manage to work out if they want him out or not, I am not seeing...
- Michael BG 28th May - 4:32pm
If people have the opportunity to elect their representatives than that is democracy. It does not matter if only one person wished to stand the...
- davespod 28th May - 4:31pm
@Neale Upstone If it is an liberal economics you want, Tim Farron is probably not your man. He is generally considered on the left-ish wing...