Monthly Archives: December 2019

1st  What World AIDS Day means to me (0) by Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett
  Hugh Grant goes canvassing for Luciana today, Chuka tomorrow (16) by Caron Lindsay
2nd  30 November 2019 – the weekend’s press releases (part 1) (0) by Mark Valladares
  What happens after 12 December? (90) by Tony Greaves
  1 December 2019 – the weekend’s press releases (part 2) (11) by Mark Valladares
3rd  Hugh Grant on Boris Johnson: Sinister, narcissistic and alarming with potentially no principles at all (2) by Paul Walter
  In pictures: Hugh Grant campaigning for Chuka Umunna and Luciana Berger (2) by Paul Walter
  Traditional Tory voters in London are coming across to the LibDems (23) by Paul Walter
4th  Dom Joly: I’m backing Lib Dem Max Wilkinson in Cheltenham (2) by The Voice
  Jo Swinson is impressive under the Andrew Neil grilling (14) by Paul Walter
5th  Jo Swinson shines in Andrew Neil interview (44) by Caron Lindsay
  Lord Paul Tyler writes… Voting tactically to end tactical voting (32) by Paul Tyler
  The Lib Dem pitch to the rural left (13) by Oliver Craven
  Hugh Grant on the frustrating lack of progress in combatting press abuses since the Leveson Inquiry (7) by Paul Walter
6th  The Daily Mail could end Brexit (27) by John King
  That NATO Summit discord, in context (15) by Paul Reynolds
  Pest control and security cameras (15) by Mary Reid
7th  How YOU can help the Lib Dems get more MPs this week (16) by Caron Lindsay
8th  TV legend Esther Rantzen backs Luciana Berger (0) by The Voice
  Santa Rennie delivers festive lump of coal to SNP (1) by Caron Lindsay
  Observations of an ex pat: Whither NATO? (4) by Tom Arms
  The most frustrating thing about Jo Swinson (43) by Caron Lindsay
9th  Time for Smart Tactical Voting (46) by Adrian Sanders
  Jo Swinson on brilliant form on transgender rights (11) by Paul Walter
  Citizenship – a human right (27) by Paul Fisher
  Jo’s best bits from the Channel 4 Debate (7) by Caron Lindsay
  9 December 2019 – today’s press releases (3) by Mark Valladares
10th  10 December 2019 – the overnight press releases (3) by Mark Valladares
  Steve Coogan campaigns for Lib Dem Oli Henman in Lewes (0) by The Voice
  Can the Greens’ Universal Basic Income tackle poverty? (22) by Michael Berwick-Gooding
  Rob’s Liberal Democrat rap (1) by The Voice
  Winter elections (1) by Mary Reid
  10 November 2019 – today’s press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
  New MRP poll shows Lib Dems can stop Boris Johnson from winning a majority (14) by Caron Lindsay
11th  11 December 2019 – the overnight press releases (24) by Mark Valladares
  Tammy Duckworth and the importance of second chamber reform (5) by Paul Walter
  This week, fight for our values on social security  (9) by James Baillie
  Two earthly halves locked in a downward spiral (20) by Paul Walter
  Bamber Gascoigne supports Sarah Olney in Richmond Park (3) by The Voice
  11 December 2019 – today’s press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
12th  Was this the craziest election of our lifetime? (1) by Andy Boddington
  OPEN THREAD: Your thoughts on the election campaign and the results as they come in (175) by Paul Walter
13th  5am update (31) by Paul Walter
  Rollercoaster (33) by Caron Lindsay
  9am update (49) by Paul Walter
  The way forward: We need a pause to properly respond (84) by Nick Barlow
  Jo Swinson speech following General Election (28) by The Voice
  The Election Result – musings of a (relative) newbie (9) by Fraser Graham
  Tactical voting sites sold us myths – they’ll never be trusted again (22) by Peter Blake
  At the end of the day, it’s the end of the day… (15) by Mark Valladares
  Thanks! (15) by The Voice
14th  Observations of an ex pat: Dealing with lies (17) by Tom Arms
  A Progressive Alliance for 2024 (63) by Brian Robinson
  Prioritising soft Conservative voters will always lead to failure (58) by Paul Pettinger
  +++Breaking: The new Party President is… (11) by Mike Dixon
  Mark Pack writes…The challenges ahead for the party (74) by Mark Pack
15th  Jo, you smashed that glass ceiling! Thank you! (10) by Dominic Buxton
  My first thoughts on the way forward (36) by Leon Duveen
  Democracy in the Liberal Democrat family (4) by Paul Fisher
  The best way to work out the way forward (35) by Caron Lindsay
  How are you bearing up? (11) by Caron Lindsay
  Sal Brinton on the next steps for the Liberal Democrats (11) by Caron Lindsay
16th  Brexit – it’s time to accept that we’ve lost. There’s a new battle to fight… (56) by Mark Valladares
  Decisions, decisions… (35) by Luke Binney
  All I want for Christmas is my Party back (45) by Paul Hodgkinson
  A practical, radical response to the election result (49) by John Grout
  The 200-year quest for fairer voting (12) by Denis Mollison
  We did dreadfully badly amongst lower earners and those without university degrees – poll of 13,000 voters on election day (66) by Paul Walter
17th  Time for an electoral pact with Labour (72) by David Warren
  More out of Hope than Love (31) by Michael Kitching
  Guidance for selecting the next Lib Dem leader – keep it simple and human! (42) by Chris Bowers
  A member of the Editorial Team responds… (53) by Mark Valladares
  17 December 2019 – today’s press releases (11) by Mark Valladares
18th  UK complicit in biggest US cover-up since Vietnam (7) by Paul Reynolds
  The General Election – it’s time to stop looking for someone to blame and take action (17) by Andrew Davidson
  Change one thing (13) by Jayne Richmond
  Are we witnessing the Strange Death of Socialist England? (38) by John Marriott
  Reasons To Be Cheerful (20) by Stephen Tilson
  “Thank you!” – an open letter to Jo (46) by Ruth Bright
19th  Nick Tyrone: At least the general election result has buried the UK’s flirtation with direct democracy (17) by Web Magpie
  Our party co-leaders want to hear from us (29) by Paul Walter
  2019 was the party’s least efficient General Election campaign (33) by Paul Walter
  Back to radical (52) by Chris Longstaff
20th  Observations of an ex pat: That time of year (7) by Tom Arms
  What should we do first? (22) by Christopher Curtis
  Federal Policy Committee report – 16 December 2019 (13) by Jeremy Hargreaves
  No. The Lib Dems should not disband, but we have got to change strategy (25) by Jack Davies
  Hard work and optimism will be our party’s salvation (1) by Sebastian Field
  Norman Lamb to head mental health trust (9) by Mary Reid
  Why I won’t be re-joining Labour (18) by Mark Paine
  General Election 2019 – campaign positives and negatives (26) by Nigel Jones
21st  It’s a long game (14) by Mary Reid
  Here is what counts – our country needs the Liberal Democrats (53) by Katharine Pindar
  Glass looks half full to me (56) by Ed Moisson
22nd  Watching an old country shoot itself in the foot from south Georgia, good ol’US of A (7) by John David Leaver
  Why the Centre must hold (39) by Mathew Hulbert
  Thoughts from Guildford (10) by Zoe Franklin
23rd  Why I’m angry that the Government has abandoned its commitments to child refugees (12) by Euan Davidson
  Discussing inequality requires precise language (20) by Mohammed Amin
  No vision (27) by Paul Fisher
  Wrexham and the rubble of the Red Wall (84) by Martin Thomas
  What’s on your Christmas reading list? (46) by Ruth Gripper
24th  A Christmas message (40) by Ed Davey
  A Christmas message – the movie (0) by Ed Davey
  Season’s greetings (3) by The Voice
27th  Dame Floella Benjamin heads Lib Dems in New Years Honours (24) by Caron Lindsay
28th  Bring back the Access to Elected Office Fund (20) by Mary Reid
31st  LibLink: Vince Cable – we need to learn lessons from Nigel Farage (134) by Web Magpie
  Ed Davey’s New Year Message – Liberalism in action (7) by The Voice
  Sal Brinton writes…A final thank you (11) by Sal Brinton
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