The LDV Friday Five: 15 February 2013

It’s Friday. It’s five o’clock. Here’s a fistful of lists that sum up the LDV week:

5 most-read stories on LDV this week

  1. Mike Thornton selected for Lib Dems in Eastleigh (37 comments) by Helen Duffett
  2. +++ Neck and neck: first Eastleigh constituency poll (47 comments) by Mark Pack
  3. Three things we’ve learned from today’s opinion polls (115 comments) by Stephen Tall
  4. Maria Hutchings, Eastleigh Conservative candidate, plays hide and seek with the media (1 comment) by Mark Pack
  5. 5 reasons for Lib Dems to campaign in Eastleigh (just in case you needed any more) (7 comments) by Stephen Tall

5 sample LDV Members’ Forum threads

  1. PagePlus for a Mac
  2. Pan-European TV channel(s)
  3. SNAP assessments in primary schools?
  4. Future Conferences – Where and When?
  5. A drop in affordable homes + private Rents up.

5 from the LDV archive

(15 February, 2007-12)

  1. Opinion: Conference delegates should vote for ‘No new Trident’ (16 comments) by Colin Ross, from 2007
  2. Newsflash: Winnie wins for the Lib Dems in Leyton (7 comments) by The Voice, from 2008
  3. The next six groups to get ID cards? (4 comments) by Helen Duffett, from 2009
  4. Opinion: Labour’s preparations for the next hung parliament (20 comments) by Paul Walter, from 2011
  5. So, what was Jo Swinson doing in Private Eye? (1 comment) by Caron Lindsay, from 2012

5 top reader search returns to get to LDV

(excluding Liberal Democrat Voice or its variants)

  1. mike thornton
  2. mike thornton eastleigh
  3. eastleigh by election
  4. maria hutchings
  5. minimum wage 2013

5 recent Lib Dem tweets

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That’s it from the LDV Friday Five. Let the weekend commence in 5-4-3-2-1…

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One Comment

  • Keith Browning 16th Feb '13 - 10:58am

    A quiet week for the world…..

    A couple of visitors from outer space – but the world and parts of Russia survive – just.
    Pope resigns – first one in 600 years
    A second Mona Lisa confirmed – worlds most famous painting now has a look-a-like.
    Couple of famous celebrities end up in court

    Nothing here to trouble the life of the average Lib Dem supporter – as none of this took place in Westminster or Eastleigh.

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