Monthly Archives: September 2021

1st  We need to talk about drug addiction, decriminalisation, legalisation and regulation (21) by Catherine Royce
  Scottish Lib Dems oppose vaccine passports (83) by Caron Lindsay
2nd  Is there a role and purpose for coalition governments in the UK? (45) by Michal Siewniak
  The Paralympics and attitudes to disability (7) by Mary Reid
3rd  By-election report 3 September 2021 – Win in Northampton (17) by NewsHound
4th  Largest Lib Dem business organisations to merge (0) by Caron Lindsay
  World Review: Qatar as power broker, EU rapid deployment and abortion in Texas (4) by Tom Arms
5th  Observations of an Expat: Nation Building (15) by Tom Arms
  A Welsh voice for Lib Dems: Pob lwc i’r Democratiaid Rhyddfrydol (26) by Hilton Marlton
  Has Justin Trudeau blown it? (12) by Caron Lindsay
6th  How does the UK finance ‘Building Back Better’? (63) by Lord William Wallace
  Liberal Democrats table motion to dock Raab’s pay (22) by NewsHound
7th  Christine Jardine: Government should pay for medicinal cannabis prescriptions for children with Epilepsy (4) by Caron Lindsay
  Lib Dems will oppose Elections Bill in Parliament today (10) by Caron Lindsay
  The Liberal Democrat Conference on the Future of Europe (17) by David Chalmers
  Sarah Green makes her maiden speech (3) by Caron Lindsay
  Lib Dems slam Government as National Insurance rises and triple lock suspended (97) by Caron Lindsay
8th  Wendy Chamberlain has to miss key votes because of Jacob Rees-Mogg’s stubbornness (7) by Caron Lindsay
  Towards peace in Israel and Palestine  (10) by David McDowall
9th  Joint statement from LDCRE, BLAC, Lib Dem Muslim Forum and Chinese Lib Dems (10) by Janice Turner
  No need to break any election pledges to fix social care (10) by Chris Perry
  Shaffaq Mohammed’s splendid defence of freedom (17) by Simon McGrath
10th  World Suicide Prevention Day: A councillor view from the hill farm (4) by Andy Boddington
  ALDC by-election report: Great Newcastle win (3) by The Voice
11th  World Review: 9/11, Trudeau, Putin and Patel (7) by Tom Arms
  9/11 remembered (3) by Caron Lindsay
  LibLink: Rabina Khan: Life as a British Muslim changed forever on 9/11 (0) by NewsHound
  Senior Lib Dems mark 9/11 anniversary (5) by The Voice
12th  Observations of an Expat: Bataclan (1) by Tom Arms
  UPDATED: Boris leaves Nicola isolated on vaccine passports (69) by Caron Lindsay
  Dates for your diary: The rise of China and 40 years on from the Limehouse declaration (0) by Caron Lindsay
  Alex Cole-Hamilton presses Scottish Government on measures to tackle violence against women and girls (0) by Caron Lindsay
  I regret my involvement in the Salmond Enquiry says Alex Cole-Hamilton (3) by NewsHound
  ICYMI: Sarah Green’s maiden speech (0) by Caron Lindsay
13th  China: What should be our long-term response? (15) by George Cunningham
  Social Care: It’s Not All About the Money (7) by Gillian Douglass
  Some thoughts on Motion F12: Tackling the Climate Emergency: Proposals for Carbon Pricing (6) by Catherine Dawson
  Democracy and Public Debate (2) by Martin Dickson
14th  ALTER Fringe – Simulating a LVT funded Universal Basic Income. (35) by Joe Bourke
  Therese Coffey should listen to those who really do understand how Universal Credit works (9) by Caron Lindsay
  20 years on: Charles Kennedy’s speech at the 9/11 recall of Parliament (3) by The Voice
  20 years on: Menzies Campbell’s speech in 9/11 recall (12) by The Voice
15th  Conference amendments now out (2) by The Voice
  What is Kirsty Williams up to these days? (1) by NewsHound
  Christine Jardine: Government breaking promises and backbone of our economy (9) by The Voice
  Did Boris Johnson just suggest that our Jamie Stone should be fired into space? (8) by Caron Lindsay
16th  The Independent View: A letter to the Liberal Democrats (16) by Neal Lawson
  Rationing carbon (0) by John Shoesmith
  Power to the people (0) by Rebecca Tinsley
  Mark Pack’s September update (0) by Mark Pack

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