- Massive Lib Dem swing to GAIN Sunderland council seat from Labour in by-elections clean sweep
- When things come together: Stoke-on-Trent and my emotions
- Brexit Mandate – Theresa May should beware of an expiry date
- The life after Brexit – what next for the EU migrants?
- Tim Farron on Gove's interview with Trump
- Victory for Liberal Democrats in fight to strengthen Victims’ Code (The Voice)
- Obituary: Peter Grender 1936-2017 (Olly Grender)
- Why Theresa May’s speech is good news (Mark Goodrich)
- A new propaganda (Edwin Moriarty)
- Senior Liberal Democrats respond to Theresa May’s hard Brexit (Caron Lindsay)
- A half baked theory
- More PMQ awfulness from Corbyn - and what a time to do so
- Interesting Links for 19-01-2017
- The Richard Jefferies Museum's Open Air Project
- Coming up: the defining Parliamentary vote of this political generation
- Rhyme Stew, by Roald Dahl
- My New Role as LibDems' London Brexit Spokesperson
- Scott: 'Dossier of Failure' on Teacher Workloads
- What Vote Leave said about UK membership of the single market
- Verhofstadt: 'Let's Work Together to Rebuild Europe'.
- Pat 19th Jan - 8:48am
'No deal is better than a bad deal' - by giving Parliament a vote on the final deal is the PM signalling that if the...
- Glenn 19th Jan - 8:29am
Mark The fact is there is more support for so called "hard Brexit" than either of the the other options you try to link. Soft...
- james 19th Jan - 8:19am
@Dan - the real point is that a liberal democracy ignored people who were `left behind` giving them no option but to hit the back...
- Mark Blackburn 19th Jan - 8:05am
I've been saying to anyone who cares to listen that just because Tim's our leader and the party *seems* to be more socially liberal, don't...
- Alan Depauw 19th Jan - 7:55am
For those of us who oppose the government’s interpretation of the referendum, the question over the revocability of Article 50 must be answered. Because it...
- Arnold Kiel 19th Jan - 7:41am
In this case, polls have ceased to be a useful guide for decisionmaking; sometimes you have to have a conviction. I would strongly encourage LibDem...