The LDV Saturday Six: 12 Jan 2013

sixIt’s Friday. It’s five o’clock. Sorry, let’s try that one again… It’s Saturday. It’s 12 noon (ish). Here’s a fistful of lists that sum up the LDV week:

6 most-read stories on LDV this week

  1. ++ Government wins vote on Benefits Uprating Bill; 6 Lib Dem MPs rebel (83) by Stephen Tall
  2. So, about that Lib Dem wipeout in 2015 then… (84) by Stephen Tall
  3. LibLink… Nick Clegg: Labour need to tell us what they would cut (90) by The Voice
  4. Opinion: Child benefit changes – get over it (67) by Paul Walter
  5. “Where we work, we win” – will that Lib Dem maxim survive the 2015 test? (24) by Stephen Tall
  6. ‘Call Clegg’: Nick survives first radio phone-in grilling (20) by Stephen Tall

6 sample LDV Members’ Forum threads

  1. Local by-election results
  2. Fairer Tax Petition Form
  3. Letter from the leader
  4. At last, there is a message! Is it any good?
  5. Monarchy
  6. Child Benefit withdrawal for high earners, the next fiasco?

6 from the LDV archive

(2007-12)

  1. The five blogs nicest to the Lib Dems (7) by Mark Pack, from 4 Jan 2007
  2. Clegg signs top management guru for Party Reform Commission (19) by Richard Huzzey, from 8 Jan 2008
  3. How would you make the positive case for Europe? (11) by Stephen Tall, from 12 Jan 2009
  4. The Economist: “the Liberal Democrats have the most mature position on the deficit” (2) by The Voice, from 15 Jan 2010
  5. Why I support the Coalition: in praise of compromise (58) by Iain Roberts, from 4 Jan 2011
  6. Opinion: Why competition is the key issue (19) by David Boyle, from 10 Jan 2012

6 top reader search returns to get to LDV

(excluding Liberal Democrat Voice or its variants)

  1. jessops administration
  2. albert einstein
  3. national minimum wage 2013
  4. queen
  5. mid term review
  6. child benefit

That’s it from the LDV Friday Five Saturday Six. Let the weekend commence in 5-4-3-2-1… Oh it has, already.

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