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- Danny 24th May - 9:57pm
A family example. My great grandfather was a small farmer. He and his rather large family had a small farm which would be considered way...
- Andrew 24th May - 9:52pm
My first experience of political campaigning was delivering leaflets aged 10 in Ecclesall (Sheffield Hallam) against the abolition of grammar schools. My father, a life-long...
- TCO 24th May - 9:48pm
@Danny thank you that was most thought provoking. This is a subject which does deserve its own thread. Sadly I fear it will disappear from...
- Andrew Whyte 24th May - 9:47pm
In these straitened times, isnt it about time we rationalised branch structures to one per constituency, rather than the rag bag of historic and outdated...
- Danny 24th May - 9:09pm
Heres a story. I was in school, must have been a chemistry lesson. It was the day after the general election. A cheer went up...
- Mavarine Du-Marie 24th May - 9:08pm
The damage was done by the newspapers since the 1970s. Libdems was seen as infantile (the wild child of politics ie. the radical side) and...