Monthly Archives: November 2022

1st  The importance of empowerment in an education setting: visiting Poland and my former secondary school (0) by Michal Siewniak
  Link: Ed Davey interview: ‘I made my priority very clear and it is to beat Conservative MPs’ (9) by Paul Walter
  70 years of data suggest the Conservatives will suffer a big defeat at the next election’ (13) by Paul Walter
  Emily Davey talks to the Guardian about living with Multiple Sclerosis (1) by The Voice
  1 November 2022 – today’s press releases (7) by Mark Valladares
2nd  We should not oppose some stealth taxes (26) by Kevin Langford
  Hamilton highlights – reflections on a much needed in-person Conference (1) by Caron Lindsay
  Mark Pack: Why I’m running for Party President (19) by Mark Pack
  We should be talking about Lib Dem Councils Building new homes  (9) by Simon McGrath
  Labour join the Tories in trying to remove Young People’s rights (15) by Charley Hasted
  Hope rising: Alex Cole-Hamilton’s speech to Scottish Lib Dem Conference (1) by The Voice
  Wendy Chamberlain to lead Policy Commission on ending men’s violence against women (0) by The Voice
  2 November 2022 – today’s press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
3rd  Ed Davey on Peston: Braverman, carer support and getting elected (9) by NewsHound
  Have the Tories broken Britain? (18) by Andy Boddington
  3 November 2022 – today’s press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
4th  I’m a Westminster celebrity – get me out of here! (5) by Mary Reid
  Ed Davey calls for legal right to see GP within 7 days (29) by Mary Reid
  ALDC by-election report – 3rd November 2022 (9) by Charles Quinn
5th  Observations of an expat: Unlikely hero (1) by Tom Arms
  Autumn Leader’s Speech (20) by Mary Reid
6th  Tom Arms’ World Review (4) by Tom Arms
  Watch Ed Davey’s Autumn speech (0) by Mary Reid
  Ed Davey’s Autumn Speech in full (37) by Mary Reid
  President Xi’s next five years – What should Europe’s strategy be? (0) by The Voice
  4-6 November 2022 – the weekend’s press releases (2) by Mark Valladares
7th  7 November 2022 – the overnight press release (5) by Mark Valladares
  Welcome to my day: 7 November 2022 – the hypocrisy of a “free market” (11) by Mark Valladares
  7-9 November – this week in the Lords (1) by Mark Valladares
  What should the Lib Dems make of Elon Musk and Twitter? (6) by Richard Kemp
  “The Mayor of Kalymnos” – a new novel from John Barrett (1) by The Voice
  7 November 2022 – today’s press release (4) by Mark Valladares
8th  US Midterms – the ones to watch (if you can stand it) (8) by Paul Walter
  The chilling parallels between the 1962 Cuban crisis and today in Ukraine (4) by Paul Walter
  Do deficiently informed citizens live in a deficient democracy? (8) by Steve Trevethan
  ++Gavin Williamson resigns from the cabinet (1) by NewsHound
  8 November 2022 – today’s press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
9th  LibLink: Lord Sharkey on protecting pensions (0) by Mary Reid
  US Midterms – we’re probably not going to know the Senate result for a while yet… (2) by Mark Valladares
  Sarah Olney (and other Lib Dems) on the problem of night flights (3) by Mary Reid
  US Midterms: Democrats defy the odds in the House contests (0) by Mark Valladares
10th  Muslims need allies (13) by Hina Bokhari
  Morgan and Farron speak on rural levelling up (3) by Andy Boddington
  “We voted Tory and we got chaos anyway” – a report from the streets of Cheltenham (4) by Max Wilkinson
  Palestine and Israel face a dark future (9) by Leon Duveen
  9-10 November 2022 – the press releases… (5) by Mark Valladares
11th  Backing cannabis reform in Parliament (14) by Mike Morgan-Giles
  Brexit, economy and the UK workforce shortage (14) by Michal Siewniak
  ALDC by-election report, 10th November 2022 (13) by Chris Twells
  11 November 2022 – today’s press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
12th  Observations of an expat – Mid-term winner (2) by Tom Arms
  Liberal Democrats pay tribute to Lib Dem peer Nigel Jones (2) by The Voice
  How Britain brought football to the World (1) by Stuart Laycock
  Labour show their true colours (23) by Simon McGrath
  Caroline Pidgeon to step down as London Assembly Member in 2024 (4) by Caron Lindsay
13th  Tom Arms’ World Review (7) by Tom Arms
  Armistice and remembrance (7) by Ed Fordham
  Floella Benjamin joins the Order of Merit (2) by The Voice
14th  BBC Radio is 100 – but what is the future of world and local radio? (0) by Andy Boddington
15th  Wera Hobhouse MP writes: The Conservatives are taking a major risk with people’s lives (6) by Wera Hobhouse MP
  Should we take a risk and be honest about taxation? (34) by Lord William Wallace
  15 November 2022 – today’s press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
16th  A new way: USA, UK and Italy (7) by Massimo Ricciuti
  Mark Pack comfortably re-elected as President (13) by The Voice
  A tribute to Nigel Jones (1) by Max Wilkinson
  An “existential crisis” for English Councils (5) by Mary Reid
  Results of internal party elections (20) by The Voice
  Lib Dems amend definition of transphobia – LGBT+ Lib Dems vow to resist (10) by The Voice
  16 November 2022 – today’s press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
  Families face near £5,000 bombshell from Autumn Statement (8) by NewsHound
17th  Lib Dems warn on education funding ahead of this morning’s budget (1) by NewsHound
  The Autumn Statement big lie – no more taxes (8) by Andy Boddington
  17 November 2022 – today’s press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
18th  Our editorial policy (16) by The Voice
  ALDC by-elections report, 17th November 2022 (11) by Alan Good
  The Lib Dems’ Role in the repeal of Section 28 – 19 years on (3) by Luke Allan
  18 November 2022 – today’s press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
19th  Observations of an ex pat: Putin has rewritten the nuclear playbook (7) by Tom Arms
  Has Elon Musk broken Twitter? (2) by Andy Boddington
  Registration opens for Scottish and Federal Spring Conferences (0) by The Voice
  Gavin Esler and Dominic Grieve at Unlock Democracy AGM (4) by Caron Lindsay
20th  Tom Arms’ World Review: COP 27, Poland, China, Trump, Population, UK Budget (7) by Tom Arms
  Qatar world cup: a dilemma that ought to be easy to resolve (2) by Chris Bowers
  Loss and damage deal agreed at COP27 in glass half empty conclusion (9) by Andy Boddington
  It’s Equal Pay Day – the financial double whammy facing women (2) by Caron Lindsay
  Lib Dems mark Transgender Day of Remembrance (1) by Caron Lindsay
21st  Welcome to my day: 21 November 2022 – showing a little heart… (1) by Mark Valladares
  “Democracy in action” in Welwyn Garden City (1) by Michal Siewniak
  19-20 November 2022 – the weekend’s press release (1) by Mark Valladares
  Economic growth in 2022 – root of all evil or economic nirvana? (14) by Paul Reynolds
  Review: “Treason: People, Power & Plot” at the National Archives (3) by Mark Valladares
  21 November 2022 – today’s press releases (6) by Mark Valladares
22nd  A job and a half for the new Federal International Relations Committee (25) by George Cunningham
  The right to protest peacefully – we must cherish it, even if we disagree with the protesters (19) by Paul Walter
  22 November 2022 – today’s press releases (12) by Mark Valladares
23rd  So what is your political word of the year? (14) by Mary Reid
  A socio-economic impert’s thoughts on the OBR’s report and the Autumn Statement (11) by Steve Trevethan
  Warm spaces in Watford (3) by NewsHound
  23 November 2022 – today’s press releases (part 1) (0) by Mark Valladares
  23 November 2022 – today’s press releases (part 2) (1) by Mark Valladares
24th  The Supreme Court decision on a Scottish Referendum (20) by Nigel Lindsay
  We have positive answers on asylum issues – let us shout them out (19) by Suzanne Fletcher
  How we should have responded to the 2022 Autumn Statement (6) by Michael Berwick-Gooding
  The Party in England Responds to the Change in the Party’s Definition of Transphobia (72) by The Voice
  24 November 2022 – today’s press release (2) by Mark Valladares
25th  Rodney Berman announced as Liberal Democrat Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Cardiff Central (1) by The Voice
  It’s probably not the budgie (13) by Eleanor Rylance
  A marriage made in Portsmouth (6) by Mary Reid
  ALDC by-election report, 24th November 2022 (4) by Charles Quinn
  25 November 2022 – today’s press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
26th  Vince Cable destroys Braverman’s anti international students rhetoric (14) by NewsHound
27th  Wera Hobhouse’s bill to tackle sexual harassment in the workplace passes Committee stage (1) by The Voice
  26-27 November 2022 – the weekend’s press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
28th  Welcome to my day: 28 November 2022 – lifting one’s eyes to the horizon… (13) by Mark Valladares
  Liberal Democrat Disability Association elects new leadership (1) by Mark Valladares
  28 November – 2 December: this week in the Lords (1) by Mark Valladares
  @ALDEParty Council to meet in Bratislava – the preview (1) by Mark Valladares
  Sewage dumped on Wales’ Blue Flag beaches 579 times, lasting 6,757 hours (2) by The Voice
29th  29 November 2022 – the overnight press release (1) by The Voice
  Sal Brinton and Paul Scriven defeat Government in Lords over NHS procurement (2) by The Voice
  Christine Jardine: Donald Trump is a warning, not an inspiration (1) by NewsHound
  Does your hospital have dedicated baby loss facilities? (2) by The Voice
  Alex Cole-Hamilton presses Sturgeon for action on violence against women (1) by Caron Lindsay
30th  Brexit non-opportunities (20) by Lord William Wallace
  Antidisestablishmentarianism (13) by Mary Reid
  The Independent View: Groundhog Day in the Lords? (4) by Nick Inman
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