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- richard rowles 28th Jul - 6:36pm
Tony Dawson; because there is zero chance of this effecting policy, some candidates already selected. FE calling for candidates. Sad but true.
- Richard Underhill 28th Jul - 6:32pm
The coalition was in the unusual position of having had Labour, Liberal Democrats and Tories all proposing reform of the Lords in their 2010 manifestoes,...
- SueS 28th Jul - 6:25pm
As someone who has been unable to be active in the party for many years, I have noticed another problem. As policies wend their weary...
- Gareth Epps 28th Jul - 6:23pm
We have been discussing just this subject on the Federal Policy Committee. Those interested might like to come to the consultative session on the Saturday...
- Michael BG 28th Jul - 6:18pm
After the weird proposal put forward by Nick Clegg I am not sure anyone will take us seriously on the reform of the House of...
- Richard Underhill 28th Jul - 6:17pm
An international force can keep the peace if both sides want that, as in Cyprus. If not it becomes a third party in the fight.