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Monthly Archives: March 2022

1st  Dodds: St David’s Day Should Be a Public Holiday (4) by Jane Dodds
  Hobhouse condemns Tories for blocking misogyny as hate crime (2) by NewsHound
2nd  Zelenskyy’s party is welcomed by ALDE (8) by Mary Reid
  LibLink: Ed Davey and Sal Brinton on the end to free Covid tests (1) by The Voice
  Britain’s party system under Proportional Representation: where should the Liberal Democrats be placed? (19) by Samuel Jackson
  Let’s welcome the end of the 15 year rule (5) by Colin Bloodworth
  Online participation in Council meetings must be allowed again (2) by Mary Reid
  Ukraine’s Chinese characteristics (0) by George Cunningham
3rd  Ed Davey: The Battle for Liberal Britain (13) by Ed Davey
  Carmichael: Seize oligarch mansions to house Ukrainian refugees (4) by NewsHound
  What is LDFU and how will we help Ukraine? (6) by Cameron Greer
4th  Lib Dems call for an emergency session of Parliament this weekend (5) by Mary Reid
  Ed Davey calls for nuclear power plant military exclusion zones (8) by NewsHound
  Observations of an expat: Putin’s Samson option (21) by Tom Arms
  The West must stop Putin in Ukraine for good (45) by George Cunningham
  ALDC by-election report, 3rd March 2022 (3) by Charles Quinn
5th  Cole-Hamilton praises public service broadcasters’ role in telling truth about Ukraine war (6) by The Voice
  Beatrice Wishart’s speech for International Women’s Day (1) by The Voice
6th  The courage of Ukrainians should truly humble us (13) by Paul Walter
  How to help Ukraine Part 2 – Knit a Jumper (4) by Tom Arms
  Tom Arms World Review: Let’s start with Belarus (4) by Tom Arms
  Wera Hobhouse: We need to do more to tackle violence against women and girls (3) by The Voice
  What’s on in our Parliaments this week? (1) by The Voice
7th  Campaigning during a global conflict (0) by Michal Siewniak
  I’d rather be delivering leaflets (31) by Lisa Smart
  Refugees: Shameful that Ukrainians escaping Putin’s terror are being turned away (6) by The Voice
  Ukrainians deserve better than being stuck in Home Office visa appointment queue (11) by The Voice
8th  Lib Dems mark International Women’s Day (0) by The Voice
  Lib Dem MPs propose 9 laws to advance women’s equality (0) by The Voice
9th  Ed Davey calls for an honorary knighthood for President Zelenskyy (23) by Mary Reid
  Mark Pack’s March report (1) by Mark Pack
  The Nature of Public Debate – a win for Conference (7) by James Baillie
  We should boycott the 2022 Qatar World Cup (14) by Freddie Hoareau
10th  Amendments for Conference and Ukraine (1) by Nick Da Costa
  Why Conference should vote against the Board Reform proposals (37) by Simon McGrath
  Reforming the UK’s electoral system: The view from Labour (33) by Laura Parker
11th  Ed Davey: Cut VAT from 20% to 17.5% as an emergency measure (35) by The Voice
  Introduction (8) by Neil Alexander
  Observations of an expat – Ukraine: where are we going? (9) by Tom Arms
12th  Chamberlain: Ending corruption and sleaze vital to democracy (4) by NewsHound
  Federal Board reformed in “peak Lib Dem” debate (3) by The Voice
  Conference votes for strong action to improve air quality (0) by The Voice
  ALDC’s by-election report 10 March 2022 – two Lib Dem victories (3) by Charles Quinn
  Moran: Stronger ties with Europe needed to counter Putin (5) by NewsHound
13th  Morgan: Ambulance crisis motion passed at Conference (1) by NewsHound
  Tom Arms’ World Review – 13 March 2022 (6) by Tom Arms
  Farron & Morgan: We’re the party that backs British farmers (0) by NewsHound
  Lib Dems adopt most ambitious policy in UK to help Ukrainian refugees (3) by The Voice
  Ed Davey’s speech to Conference: Lib Dems can defeat this awful Government (2) by The Voice
  WATCH: South Cambridgeshire PPC Pippa Heylings’ speech to Spring Conference (0) by The Voice
  Hobhouse: Swift justice for victims and offenders needed (1) by Wera Hobhouse MP
14th  Welcome to my day: 14 March 2022 – memories of Moonee Ponds… (0) by Mark Valladares
  It was sixty years ago today… Orpington falls to the Liberals (5) by Chris Maines
  “Democracy Made in England – Where next for English Local Government?” (10) by David Brunnen
  Johnson’s gross unsuitability for office must herald a decade of genuine progressive politics (1) by Stephen Barber
  Are we becoming like North Korea? (26) by Michael Taylor
  Dodds: Wales should be Green Battery of Western Europe (4) by Jane Dodds
  14 March 2022 – today’s press releases (6) by Mark Valladares
15th  Liberal Democrats need to be prepared for more than a change of government at the next election (12) by Stephen Barber
  Dunblane, a lesson we cannot forget (2) by Neil Alexander
  Federal Board reform – structures are nothing without good people (3) by Prue Bray
  15 March 2022 – today’s press release (3) by Mark Valladares
16th  At what point would you have walked out? (39) by Catherine Crosland
  How to help Ukraine, Part 3 – harness the children (7) by Tom Arms
  We must adopt a Jenkinsite approach to support trans people (32) by Jack Meredith
  Ed Davey: Visiting Poland’s border with Ukraine (0) by Mary Reid
  16 March 2022 – today’s press releases (2) by Mark Valladares
17th  Dodds: Aberpergwm Coal Mine Expansion Must be Stopped (15) by NewsHound
  Liberal Democrat Technology Project: Update (0) by Greg Foster
  Davey to Truss: Emergency airlifts for refugees on Polish border needed (4) by NewsHound
  17 March 2022 – today’s (other) press release (17) by Mark Valladares
18th  Outrageous behaviour by P&O (23) by Mary Reid
  Observations of an expat: crunch meeting (22) by Tom Arms
19th  Tom Arms’ World Review (4) by Tom Arms
20th  Ukraine: Johnson is not Churchill, he is Basil Fawlty (8) by NewsHound
  The Homes for Ukrainians Scheme does not meet the needs of refugees (6) by Michal Siewniak
  John Stewart: 1972-2022 (11) by Sheila Ritchie
21st  Welcome to my day: 21 March 2022 – knee deep in broken crockery… (19) by Mark Valladares
  Sunak shows he is “out of touch” on fuel poverty figures (9) by The Voice
22nd  What would be your dream budget? (14) by Andy Boddington
  Vince Cable on tomorrow’s Spring Statement (1) by NewsHound
  An informal Lib-Lab pact makes sense – but is it a poison chalice for the Lib Dems? (28) by Lizzy Tomlin
  22 March 2022 – today’s press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
23rd  Farron: Nationality and Borders Bill worst legislation I’ve seen in 17 years (9) by NewsHound
  Tony Greaves (13) by Gordon Lishman
  Lib Dem reaction to the Spring Statement (10) by NewsHound
  Hobhouse on sibling sexual abuse (4) by NewsHound
24th  Spring Statement 2022: perspective of an unpaid carer (2) by Jack Meredith
  Covid: two years on the Government has abandoned any form of public health strategy (31) by Judy Abel
  Defence and Security: at the heart of liberal societies (6) by Noel Hadjimichael
25th  Ofcom appointment: process rigged from the start (15) by Mary Reid
26th  Observations of an expat: Bread (16) by Tom Arms
  Department for International Trade calls for consultation over a new trade deal with Israel (15) by Andy Daer
27th  Tom Arms’ World Review – 27 March 2022 (17) by Tom Arms
  Child Q’s ordeal – from the perspective on an educator (10) by Magister Iuvenum
28th  Use bumper energy profits to scrap ‘grossly unfair’ energy bill postcode lottery (13) by Mark Valladares
  Targets aren’t policies – the flawed Liberal Democrat position on homes and planning (29) by Tony Vickers
  Welcome (belatedly) to my day: 28 March 2022 – Let the People Sing? (2) by Mark Valladares
29th  Wera Hobhouse calls for misogyny to be made a hate crime after research reveals women killed by men in 28% of murders (7) by The Voice
  Ed Davey: Boris Johnson must resign over “Partygate” fines (3) by The Voice
30th  Ockenden Maternity Review: A view from the front line in Shropshire (8) by Bernie Bentick
  Thousands of Ukrainian refugees left in limbo (7) by Mary Reid
31st  Christine Jardine calls for planning changes to protect women (6) by NewsHound
  Meet the updated Lighthouse / Connect sync. (3) by Katy Perryment
  Liberal Democrats mark Transgender Day of Visibility (1) by The Voice
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