Monthly Archives: September 2022

1st  PR is not enough. We need to redistribute power! (15) by Iain Donaldson
  Should parliament sit through the conference recess? (11) by Andy Boddington
  Saying hello at a mosque breaks down barriers (0) by Hina Bokhari
2nd  The curious case of a major capital city whose people are disenfranchised (but there could be a bright side) (7) by Paul Walter
  The perils of nostalgia and boosterism (8) by Geoff Reid
  William Wallace writes: The chaos of single-party government (31) by Lord William Wallace
3rd  Observations of an expat: Gorby’s object lesson (6) by Tom Arms
  Tributes to paid to former Brentwood Councillor Karen Chilvers (4) by Caron Lindsay
4th  Tom Arms’ World Review (5) by Tom Arms
  Your last chance to put in a question for Party Leaders at Conference (2) by Caron Lindsay
5th  Welcome to my day: 5 September 2022 – catching up with the paperwork… (7) by Mark Valladares
  ALDC by-election report – 1 September 2022 (0) by Charles Quinn
  It’s Truss, but without as much support as she might have expected… (21) by Mark Valladares
  5 September 2022 – today’s other press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
6th  Another day, another new Conservative Prime Minister to muck up our lives (1) by Caron Lindsay
  Reflections on my first year as Drugs Policy spokesperson (4) by Ben Lawrie
  LibLink: Christine Jardine Will new PM save us or watch as economy is wrecked? (1) by NewsHound
  Daisy Cooper slams Truss speech and Ed Davey calls for General Election (1) by The Voice
  Lord help us all….Lib Dems react to new Cabinet (12) by Caron Lindsay
  6 September 2022 – today’s press releases (4) by Mark Valladares
7th  Jamie Stone writes: The UK’s nuclear deterrent (40) by Jamie Stone
  What is ‘The Science’, anyway? (14) by Oliver Robbins
  Helen Morgan poses question at PMQs (2) by Mary Reid
  Kicking off Conference: The Lib Dem Newbies Pint (1) by Lib Dem Newbies Admins
  7 September 2022 – today’s (other) press release (0) by Mark Valladares
8th  Liam McArthur lodges Assisted Dying Bill (0) by The Voice
  Towards a Fairer Society: Universal Basic Income vs Guaranteed Basic Income (19) by Kevin Langford
  Chosen family – making sure loved ones are respected (4) by Ed Fordham
  “Phony Freeze” – Ed Davey calls out Government as bills double from last year (8) by Caron Lindsay
  HM Queen Elizabeth II 21 April 1926 – 8 September 2022 (0) by The Voice
9th  Our memories of the Queen (9) by Mary Reid
  Ed Davey’s tribute in the House of Commons today (2) by The Voice
10th  Tim Farron tells of the top tip the Queen gave him (1) by The Voice
  Layla Moran’ shares constituents’ memories of the Queen (4) by Caron Lindsay
  Autumn Conference is cancelled (27) by Caron Lindsay
  How to get a refund for Advance Train Tickets to Conference (5) by Richard Gadsden
11th  Queen Elizabeth II – a truly remarkable individual (1) by Michal Siewniak
  Alistair Carmichael recounts being told off by the Queen over horse show clash (0) by The Voice
  Dick Newby: The Queen championed community, generosity, kindness and service to others (0) by Caron Lindsay
12th  Welcome to my day: 12 September 2022 – a time to reflect… (0) by Mark Valladares
  Conference: the right decision even if it’s a regrettable one (8) by Sarah Olney
  The transfer of power (6) by Mary Reid
  This cancelled Conference jeopardises member participation and party democracy (23) by John Grout
13th  Christine Jardine: The Queen brought reassurance and hope in our darkest times (7) by NewsHound
  Peaceful protest (18) by Paul Walter
  Refunds for Autumn Conference (1) by The Voice
  Internal party elections – revised timetable (6) by Greg Foster
14th  Coins of the realm (10) by Mary Reid
15th  A special Lib Dem Winter Crisis Conference (34) by George Cunningham
  It has been a week like no other (6) by Andy Boddington
16th  New issue of Liberator out (7) by Liberator Collective
  Floella Benjamin pays tribute to the late Queen (1) by Simon McGrath
18th  Christine Jardine: The Queen shared our thoughts, our memories and our pain (0) by The Voice
  Jane Dodds: She was a stateswoman like no other (1) by The Voice
  Brian Paddick: The servant Queen (1) by The Voice
  Joan Walmsley: The Queen was on my side and your side (0) by The Voice
  William Wallace: Social change during the Queen’s Reign (1) by The Voice
  Martin Thomas reflects on Royal Deeside (1) by Caron Lindsay
20th  Life resumes….. (11) by Caron Lindsay
  Snooping on our WhatsApp is a step too far (5) by James Baker
  Observations of an ex pat: Diagnose First (12) by Tom Arms
  Scottish Conference to debate a 4 day working week and nuclear power (13) by Caron Lindsay
  Change when we hold Autumn Conference (17) by Antony Hook
21st  Mark Pack’s monthly report: September 2022 (1) by Mark Pack
  Tom Arms’ World Review (3) by Tom Arms
  21 September 2022 – today’s press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
22nd  Jane Dodds: Cost-Of-Living, the NHS and Housing Should Be This Senedd’s Priorities (0) by The Voice
  Which public services will the Conservatives shrink further? (4) by Lord William Wallace
  The question of monarchy (21) by Mary Reid
  Lib Dem MPs respond to energy and tax proposals (2) by NewsHound
  Fracking go ahead is not a coherent energy policy (14) by Andy Boddington
  Davey: We have most right wing government in modern history (1) by Andy Boddington
  22 September 2022 – today’s press releases (2) by Mark Valladares
23rd  Davey: We won’t step aside for Labour in West Lancashire but… (12) by NewsHound
  Does trickle down economics actually work? (24) by Mary Reid
  Reactions to the “fiscal statement” (not a Budget, apparently) (28) by Mary Reid
  For Bi Visibility Day (0) by Jen Yockney
  23 September 2022 – today’s press releases (14) by Mark Valladares
24th  Observations of an ex pat: Blink (1) by Tom Arms
  Day 1 as lab rats: some views of the Budget (3) by Caron Lindsay
  Liberal Democrats Select David Chadwick as Candidate for Top Welsh target seat of Brecon & Radnorshire (13) by The Voice
25th  Tom Arms’ World Review (17) by Tom Arms
  The Conservatives no longer stand for a stable economy (14) by Andy Boddington
  25 September 2022 – today’s press releases (7) by Mark Valladares
26th  Welcome to my day: 26 September 2022 – a bad time to be poor, or vulnerable, or… (5) by Mark Valladares
  Proposals for a Federal Upper House (24) by Samuel Jackson
  26 September 2022 – today’s press releases (2) by Mark Valladares
27th  Lib Dem Eastleigh wins Council of the Year award (1) by Simon McGrath
  When it feels like we are all at sea… (15) by Lorenzo Cherin
  Labour backs PR? Don’t hold your breath (30) by The Voice
28th  Apologies (0) by Mary Reid
  Sorting out the mess (10) by Kevin Langford
  How to achieve Electoral Reform in the light of Keir Starmer’s obstructionism (34) by Samuel Jackson
  Lib Dem Councillors shortlisted for national awards (1) by Charley Hasted
  Outraged about failure in the party’s complaints system?  Try this….. (17) by Prue Bray
29th  Davey: Truss must cancel Tory conference to deal with economic crisis (23) by NewsHound
  What does the election in Italy mean for Europe? (4) by Michal Siewniak
  Truss car crash interviews on BBC local radio on cost of living and fracking (8) by Andy Boddington
  29 September 2022 – today’s press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
30th  What does the economic chaos mean for us? (14) by Mary Reid
  “The Tories are the most economically right-wing major party in the developed world” (6) by Mary Reid
  Tory councillors walk out of cost of living debate (0) by NewsHound
  Productivity isn’t everything: understanding the growth debate (22) by Matthew Green
  30 September 2022 – today’s press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
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