The LDV Friday Five: 18 January 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. And the winner of our Liberal Voice of the Year award is… Sam Bowman (64 comments) by Stephen Tall
  2. Opinion: Liberals must learn the lessons of Thatcher (63 comments) by David Thorpe
  3. Jessops – is administration a euphemism for obliteration? (14 comments) by Mark Blackburn
  4. So, about that Lib Dem wipeout in 2015 then… (129 comments) by Stephen Tall
  5. The Eurosceptic tide is turning. Lib Dems must be in the vanguard (40 comments) by Giles Goodall

5 sample LDV Members’ Forum threads

  1. Local by-election results
  2. Fairer Tax Petition Form
  3. What counts as BAME?
  4. One third of Tories now say they’ll vote UKIP
  5. Rolling register update

5 from the LDV archive

(18 January, 2007-12)

  1. Matthew Taylor quits shadow cabinet, Danny Alexander elevated (5 comments) by The Founding Editor, from 2007
  2. What did the Electoral Commission tell Peter Hain? (2 comments) by Mark Pack, from 2008
  3. Opinion: Lib Dems need to attack the Tory record on civil liberties, too (6 comments) by Terry Gilbert, from 2009
  4. If Lib Dems take Burnley it will “send shockwaves” around Labour (10 comments) by Stephen Tall, from 2010
  5. Opinion: Sharing maternity leave – our most popular policy since the coalition was formed? (38 comments) by Rob Blackie, from 2011

5 top reader search returns to get to LDV

(excluding Liberal Democrat Voice or its variants)

  1. jessops administration
  2. national minimum wage 2013
  3. albert einstein
  4. libdems vote against benefit
  5. ad lib lib dems

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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