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Monthly Archives: January 2020

1st  Happy New Year! (40) by Caron Lindsay
  Boris offers us a petrol station bouquet as a peace offering… (94) by Mark Valladares
2nd  Lord William Wallace writes…We should welcome a Constitutional Commission, and do everything we can to influence it (15) by Lord William Wallace
  In praise of opponents – and a plea for the future (10) by Max Wilkinson
  Layla Moran “in love with a wonderful woman” (16) by Caron Lindsay
3rd  Willie Rennie’s New Year Message (0) by The Voice
  LibLink: Wera Hobhouse – Without proportional representation, there’s no future for moderate politics in Brexit Britain (48) by Web Magpie
  Rebellions are built in Hope – the launch of the Northern Liberal Network (26) by Laura Gordon
  3 January 2020 – today’s press release (10) by Mark Valladares
4th  Iran: War is not the answer (27) by Jonathan Fryer
  Whatever happened to the class of 2015? (1) (15) by Paul Walter
  Spare a thought for our poor agents… (6) by The Voice
5th  Rolling the boulder back up the hill again…. (110) by John Pugh
  Reminder: there’s still time to get the early bird discount for the York Spring Conference (0) by Paul Walter
6th  Lib Dems: Raab defence of Trump not in UK’s interests (22) by The Voice
  Keeping the flame alive (41) by John King
  Christine Jardine considers… What next? (72) by Christine Jardine MP
  Music news: Two albums released by former Lib Dem MPs (0) by Paul Walter
  Whatever happened to the class of 2015? (2) (3) by Paul Walter
  Ed Davey announces new Liberal Democrat front bench team in the House of Commons (34) by News Meerkat
7th  Alastair Campbell plays his annual bagpipe lament to Charles Kennedy at his graveside (5) by Paul Walter
  Whatever happened to the class of 2015? – third and final excerpt (12) by Paul Walter
  Understanding the Johnson-Cummings government reforms (12) by Paul Reynolds
8th  Billy Kelleher MEP writes: Britain didn’t become more illiberal and less tolerant overnight (23) by Billy Kelleher
  Whatever happened to the class of 2015? – the full list (22) by Paul Walter
  An update on Lighthouse – our new Local Party Management tool (6) by Greg Foster
  Ed Davey: We must not allow President Trump to drag the UK into yet another war, like Iraq (8) by The Voice
  Opening up party conferences for all (0) by The Voice
  8 January 2020 – today’s press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
9th  9 January 2020 – the overnight press release (15) by Mark Valladares
  Fifty Ps for Refugees (14) by John Death
  Lord Martin Thomas warns the Government against interfering with judiciary independence (9) by Martin Thomas
  9 January 2020 – today’s press releases (2) by Mark Valladares
10th  10 January 2020 – the overnight press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
  “Her disastrous miscalculation” – Sir Nick Harvey’s view on Jo Swinson’s support for December election (98) by Paul Walter
  Is it time for co-leaders? (25) by David Warren
  Observations of an Expat – New Year, Bad Start (6) by Tom Arms
  Opinion from an activist: What is happening now is just not good enough (33) by Garth Shephard
  Rumour: Jo Swinson set to be awarded a peerage (47) by Paul Walter
  10 January 2020 – today’s press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
11th  It must be the right people who fall on their swords (61) by Jo Hayes
  Federal Policy Committee report January 2020 (14) by Jeremy Hargreaves
12th  Will we ever move forward if failure is seen to be richly rewarded? (123) by Paul Walter
  How you can help Liberal Democrat Voice (23) by The Voice
  11-12 January 2020 – the weekend’s press releases (2) by Mark Valladares
13th  13 January 2020 – the overnight press release (1) by Mark Valladares
  Instilling a fear of failure will return us to pointlessness (49) by James Belchamber
  Our MP voted against helping child refugees – and I’m angry (23) by Peter Jeffries
  13 January 2020 – today’s press releases (7) by Mark Valladares
14th  14 January 2020 – the overnight press release (2) by Mark Valladares
  Daisy Cooper’s maiden speech (23) by The Voice
  14 January 2020 – today’s press releases (4) by Mark Valladares
15th  Are we fiddling while Australia burns? (22) by Catherine Wilson
  Confessions of an amateur activist (3) by A J Hodges
  Antony Hook MEP writes… Co-operation to win in 2024? It comes down to four questions (20) by Antony Hook
  Wendy Chamberlain’s maiden speech (6) by The Voice
  We need to seriously address the issues of work (32) by David Warren
  15 January 2020 – today’s press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
16th  LibLink: Our new President/Co-leader on the surprising number of elections coming up in May (4) by The Voice
  Paddy & President Jed Bartlet can’t both be wrong – Education should be our flagship (49) by Kevin Bennett
  16 January 2020 – today’s press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
17th  Future Party Communications and Elections Committee Chair (6) by James Gurling
  Observations of an Expat – Capitalism—New Lease of Life? (8) by Tom Arms
  Vote share increase for Tara Murray in Bristol (0) by Paul Walter
  Sir John Curtice on the Lib Dem general election performance (10) by Web Magpie
  Is being bullied by Donald Trump the future for British foreign policy? (2) by Mark Valladares
  We need to shift from a class identity debate to a consensus around our core values (9) by Warwick Danks
  17 January 2020 – today’s press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
18th  Annoyance of LibDem MPs over power of “new sexy people” in 2019 election decisions – Five candidates ready for party leadership contest – Timetable today (0) by Paul Walter
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