The LDV Friday Five: 15 October 2010

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. Nick Clegg writes to Lib Dem MPs over tuition fees (172 comments) by The Voice
2. Vince Cable’s statement on tuition fees (151 comments) by The Voice
3. Vince: why I’m saying ‘No’ to the graduate tax (97 comments) by Stephen Tall
4. The Browne Review and university funding: what’s likely to happen next… (40 comments) by Stephen Tall
5. Opinion: the Browne report should be voted down (82 comments) by Elaine Bagshaw and Henry Vann

5 active LDV Members’ Forum threads

Vince and the Graduate Tax
The fairness premium
Thinking of quitting the party? please read this first.
Party Elections 2010
Every bloody time

5 most active groups on ACT

1. I Agree With Nick
2. ENGAGE – The Lib Dem Policy Network
3. Liberal Democrats for Drug Policy Reform
4. Membership Development
5. Liberal Youth

5 top reader search returns to get to LDV

(excluding Liberal Democrat Voice or its variants)
1. browne review (-)
2. andrew marr (-)
3. anna werrin (-)
4. “tony greaves” (-)
5. martin shapland (-)

5 recent Lib Dem tweets

>> @nickjbarlow What does it say about a country if it thinks spending money on weapons of mass destruction is more important than spending it on education?
>> @OlgaIvannikova In the last month, I recruited 28 volunteers. Aint I awesome!
>> @joswinson Youth Parliament in HoC on 29 Oct, I’ve just asked for a HoC debate on getting more young people politically active http://bit.ly/c3Fjg8
>> @ChrisWhite17 Special Lib Dem Federal Policy Committee to discuss tuition fees with Vince on 25 October
>> @austinrathe Local government news of the day: Mayor fails to vault lady dressed as tomato – results in £24k damages. http://bbc.in/aCj1wh

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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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