LibDemVoice co-editor Stephen Tall guested alongside ConservativeHome‘s Tim Montgomerie and Labour blogger Hopi Sen on BBC Radio 4’s The Westminster Hour last night, reviewing the political year with presenter Carolyn Quinn through the rear-view mirror. Issues dissected in the 20-minute discussion included Andrew ‘Gate-gate’ Mitchell, Coalition differentiation, Nick Clegg’s future, welfare reforms and secret courts. You can listen here:
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- York: Getting residents and communities involved (Keith Aspden)
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- Roland 28th Sep - 9:16am
Just to spoil the party :) The "Building a school system that works for everyone" consultation may be found by following the link at the...
- Meg Thomas 28th Sep - 9:12am
Could someone explain to me why the strike was about patient safety rather than juniour doctors terms and conditions? I'm just not getting it. I...
- Bill le Breton 28th Sep - 8:17am
Roland -we should not expect too much from the ASI ;-) but its paper and the one that preceded it before the vote did show...
- Simon Freeman 28th Sep - 6:53am
On our Supertrams and busses in Sheffield there are seats designated as priority ones for people with restricted mobility. I always avoid these if I...
- Tsar Nicholas 28th Sep - 4:43am
@Simon Shaw - (1) I didn't say that tehr ehas been a shift but the Obama administration is considering it. Putting ABMs in Romania and...
- Richard Fortescue 27th Sep - 11:55pm
David You make an interesting point, but it remains that I have a problem with selection at 11, for the reasons that Rebecca highlights. Comprehensive...
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