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 (26) 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 (41) 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 (18) 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 (166) by Paul Walter
13th  5am update (27) by Paul Walter
  Rollercoaster (24) by Caron Lindsay
  9am update (43) by Paul Walter
  The way forward: We need a pause to properly respond (30) by Nick Barlow
  Jo Swinson speech following General Election (5) by The Voice
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  • User AvatarRichard Elliott 13th Dec - 4:39pm
    Paul Barker is right, we under estimated the lasting effects of coalition and didn't fully how the forthcoming GE, because of the Johnson/Corbyn dynamic, would...
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    A very good speech Jo, hope you can at least enjoy a well earned rest with your family. I wonder if the message planted in...
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    I think Jo needs to realise that most of the millions who voted for the Tories, Labour, the Brexit Party and the SNP are decent...
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    John Marriott Do you remember when Cameron agreed to accede to his Lib Dem coalition partners’ insistence on a referendum on voting reform? First they...
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    This hasn't aged well either. Again making easy conclusions based on 'the feel on the ground'. This was apparently the most data driven campaign the...
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