Monthly Archives: December 2018

1st  A masterclass for young people interested in politics (0) by The Voice
  Some thoughts on the passing of a decent President (12) by Caron Lindsay
  Vince Cable’s message for World AIDS Day (2) by The Voice
  1 December 2018 – today’s absence of press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
2nd  Liberal Democrats should promote a better Advent (28) by Katharine Pindar
  Are you stressed out by Brexit? (14) by Caron Lindsay
  Why Delia could be the People’s Vote campaign’s most potent advocate (33) by Caron Lindsay
  WATCH: Vince Cable’s message of solidarity with the Jewish community on Hanukkah (0) by The Voice
  WATCH Jo Swinson talk about her Tech Commission (2) by The Voice
  2 December 2018 – today’s press release (3) by Mark Valladares
3rd  The case for Trades Unions (59) by Michael Taylor
  Peoples’ Vote – are we ready? (22) by David Becket
  Lib Dem Press Release: Lib Dem peers defeat Government on civil liberties (2) by The Voice
  3 December 2018 – today’s press releases (4) by Mark Valladares
4th  Urgent action needed on prisons’ crisis (4) by The Voice
  LibLink: Sal talks about International Day of Persons with Disabilities (1) by Kirsten Johnson
  What do the local elections tell us about Lib Dem prospects? (20) by George Potter
  The Problem of Moderation (23) by Edwin Black
  The Problem of Centrism (17) by Edwin Black
  Devstatingly powerful Commons speech from Margaret Beckett (6) by Paul Walter
  4 December 2018 – today’s press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
5th  Who will Succeed Theresa May? (40) by Tahir Maher
  5th December 2018 (1) by Tahir Maher
  Reminder: Christmas Competition (0) by Tahir Maher
  5 December 2018 – today’s press releases (5) by Mark Valladares
6th  Layla, Christine and Ed honoured by the Patchwork Foundation (0) by The Voice
  Roger Roberts: Are we to be known as the Canutes of History? (4) by The Voice
  Stephen Lloyd resigns Lib Dem whip over Brexit deal (93) by Caron Lindsay
  Wera Hobhouse: The road to stopping Brexit (23) by Wera Hobhouse MP
  Rennie, Cole-Hamilton and a racing car. What could possibly go wrong? (1) by Caron Lindsay
  6 December 2018 – today’s press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
7th  Observations of an ex pat: The Holmes Option (30) by Tom Arms
  Taking a gamble (8) by David Warren
  LibLink:: Christine Jardine: Refugees like Alan Kurdi are still dying in the Med (0) by NewsHound
  Don’t forget: Early bird rates for Spring Conference end one week from today (0) by The Voice
  7 December 2018 – today’s press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
8th  Party identifies 14 key MPs who could swing People’s Vote (13) by Paul Walter
  The Economist backs a People’s Vote (8) by Paul Walter
  Dominic Grieve’s amendment saves us from an uncomfortable Christmas (7) by Paul Walter
  Brexit would put the brakes on Britain, F1 bosses warn (2) by News Meerkat
  ALDC commentary on last Thursday’s by-elections (4) by ALDC
  8 December 2018 – today’s (absence of) press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
9th  Caroline Pidgeon writes…What has gone wrong with Crossrail? (10) by Caroline Pidgeon
  Willie Rennie pulls Lib Dems out of Scottish budget negotiations (8) by Caron Lindsay
  Updated: Why is the People’s Vote campaign sidelining Lib Dems? (34) by Caron Lindsay
  The Stephen Lloyd case shows there is no room for nuance in politics (21) by Chris Bowers
  Tom Brake MP writes: About that “split” with People’s Vote… (9) by Tom Brake MP
  9 December 2018 – today’s press release (0) by Mark Valladares
  WATCH: Vince Cable speak at People’s Vote rally in London, slams “insane, inflammatory and dangerous” talk of riots if Brexit doesn’t happen (16) by Caron Lindsay
10th  An open letter to Jacob Rees Mogg – remember the words of Jo Cox’s maiden speech before you criticise the EU (12) by Chris Key
  Brexit – so what happens now? (21) by Mark Valladares
  Bottle it Day: Lib Dems react (16) by Caron Lindsay
  Lib Link: Vince Cable Human rights day: Demand better for freedom and dignity (0) by NewsHound
  10 December 2018 – today’s press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
11th  Lib Dem policy is to withdraw Article 50 if we can’t get an extension for referendum or extra negotiations (13) by The Voice
  Reminder: Christmas Competition (2) by Tahir Maher
  Why a People’s Vote enhances democracy (32) by Ben Andrew
  So it looks like there might be a Tory leadership contest after all….. (23) by Caron Lindsay
  11 December 2018 – today’s press releases (2) by Mark Valladares
12th  Christmas Competition: Why Be A Liberal Democrat? (5) by Kevin McNamara
  Brexit: The forgotten option (32) by Richard Joy
  A People’s Vote: What is the Question? (19) by Meher Oliaji
  Christmas Competition: Promoting ‘Terminally Green’ (3) by Tony Harris
  December 12th: Today’s Announcements (0) by Tahir Maher
  PM Confidence vote – open thread (21) by Caron Lindsay
  The hunt for certainty (11) by Caron Lindsay
  12 December 2018 – today’s press releases (3) by Mark Valladares
13th  Why “Global Britain” must be rooted in our liberal democratic values (7) by Alina Rocha Menocal
  Love, actually (3) by Bernard Aris
  In an historic decision, the Sri Lankan Supreme Court rules that the President’s dissolution of parliament was illegal (0) by Paul Walter
  What is a movement? (1) by Simon Banks
  If you were PM…. (8) by Caron Lindsay
  What is your leverage? (17) by Joe Otten
  13 December 2018 – (not just) today’s press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
14th  Observations of an ex pat: Wanted – Helmsman (3) by Tom Arms
  Christmas Competition: Taking On the Demagogues (2) by Andrew Toye
  Brexit in British and World evolution (1) by Christian de Vartavan
  Federal Policy Committee report – 12 December 2018 (0) by Jeremy Hargreaves
  Courage Calls… (0) by Emma Walker

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