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- Jennie 28th Jul - 11:16am
What James said
- Clare Brown 28th Jul - 11:09am
As a new member I am grateful to Paul for trying to explain the policy-making system. However after reading this article I am left feeling...
- Roger Lake 28th Jul - 10:59am
So it really would be that easy? (I ask in genuine astonishment.) Doesn't that mean that the PM can at any time put up a...
- Mavarine Du-Marie 28th Jul - 10:50am
Just a suggestion: to lower the barriers of suspicion/discord regarding what the Libdems Business Network eventually does and what it will do for the party,...
- Duncan Stott 28th Jul - 10:47am
I know that in Oxford East we reopened applications after no female candidate came forward. After a second round of applications and still no female...
- Richard Underhill 28th Jul - 10:45am
There are hints about what the Tories would like to do in the Daily Telegraph, the Daily Mail and from DC at PMQ.