Monthly Archives: September 2023

1st  Schools crisis – sheer incompetence (12) by Mary Reid
  Tackling the Housing Crisis – Policy Paper 155 – Motion F31 (8) by Michael Hall
  We need three or four stand-out policies! (86) by Chris Bowers
3rd  Michael Steed 1940-2023 (24) by Caron Lindsay
5th  The United States is spiralling into either a Trump dictatorship or civil war (18) by Geoffrey Payne
  Helping Emma and team in Mid Beds (0) by Paul Walter
6th  William Wallace writes: Michael Steed, his Liberal history (5) by Lord William Wallace
  Helen Morgan MP writes: It’s Liberal Democrats who build homes (14) by Helen Morgan
7th  William Wallace writes: How rotten is our democracy? (10) by Lord William Wallace
  **Breaking news** And still they come (12) by Mary Reid
  Restriction is not empowerment (24) by Ciaran Morrissey
  Community is at the heart of everything we do in South Hams (1) by Julian Brazil and John Mckay
8th  2 million patients at risk from crumbling concrete (8) by Mary Reid
  Local Lib Dems can restore people’s trust in housebuilding (8) by Abrial Jerram
  The gratuitous humiliation of women, the Occupation’s new weapon of war? (6) by David McDowall
  ALDC by-election report, 7th September 2023 (14) by Charles Quinn
10th  The role of land value capture in the reconstruction of Ukraine (19) by Joe Bourke
11th  Welcome to my day: 11 September 2023 – everything changes yet nothing does… (2) by Mark Valladares
  Sushi protests show Hong Kong’s spirit is unabated – but it’s not enough! (2) by Christopher
  Memorial Service for Elspeth Campbell this Friday (0) by The Voice
12th  Economic crisis: problems and remedies (30) by Paul Reynolds
  Layla Moran to appear with Iain Dale and Jacqui Smith in Bournemouth (0) by Caron Lindsay
  Why we need housing targets for local authorities (10) by Ciaran Morrissey
  12 September 2023 – today’s press releases (5) by Mark Valladares
13th  Seven questions for the next 25 years (20) by Antony Hook
  “Fat and anxious” (5) by Ruth Bright
  Peter Kyle knows fine Labour can’t win in Mid Beds (27) by Caron Lindsay
  How rotten is our democracy? (6) by Lord William Wallace
  Drop the oath to the Crown – put the people first (12) by Simon Hobson
  13 September 2023 – today’s press releases (2) by Mark Valladares
14th  Betrayal of a generation (23) by James Bliss
  Electoral reform has momentum: 2024 is our best opportunity (9) by Richard Wood
  The Housing Crisis and Land Value Taxation (2) by Tony Vickers
  UK Trade Unions rally in solidarity: resounding support for Ukraine at TUC 2023 (4) by Jack Meredith
  14 September 2023 – today’s press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
15th  Surviving not living? (32) by Katharine Pindar
  Scotland needs urgent action on overdose prevention centres (3) by Euan Davidson
  Britain, what’s wrong? (13) by Michal Siewniak
  15 September 2023 – today’s press release (7) by The Voice
16th  The Independent View: The enduring Iranian uprising – one year on (9) by Laila Jazayeri
17th  National targets are essential to tackle the housing crisis (24) by Rob Blackie
  Caron’s guide to the Craziness of Conference – updated for Bournemouth 2023 (9) by Caron Lindsay
  17 September 2023 – today’s press release (1) by The Voice
18th  Welcome to my day: 18 September 2023 – changing perspectives… (8) by Mark Valladares
  If you back our immigration policy, you should vote to keep a housing target (34) by Simon McGrath
  Was your car made using slave labour? (3) by Robert Harrison
  18 September 2023 – today’s press releases (2) by Mark Valladares
19th  Emily’s story – why Lib Dems must protect the human rights of Hong Kongers (2) by Anonymous HK1
  “People out there want the Liberal Democrats to stand” (1) by NewsHound
  In support of robust and respectful debate at conference (2) by Candy Piercy
  Bournemouth: a landmark Conference (13) by Joe Norris
  Nearly 4.5 million children not seen by an NHS dentist in the past year (0) by The Voice
  19 September 2023 – today’s press releases (1) by Mark Valladares
20th  The return of Lib Dem Disco (1) by Cheney Payne
  Growth: We’re there! (8) by Peter Wrigley
  Supporters of Palestine and Israel must stand with the defenders of Israel’s democracy (7) by Leon Duveen
  How a Universal Basic Income could make Britain more liberal (17) by Hina Bokhari AM and Julia Hines
  Liberator 419 is out (1) by The Liberator Collective
  Mark Pack’s September report to members (1) by Mark Pack
  20 September 2023 – today’s press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
21st  Politics should be about the people – it’s crucial we secure democratic reform (3) by Tom Brake and Klina Jordan and Neal Lawson
  What have the Liberals ever done for us? (0) by Duncan Brack
  A fair housing target is a fairer democracy (5) by Nicholas Chan
  Can Parliament take back control? (2) by Nick Harvey and Paul Tyler
  China – national security threat? (2) by David Chalmers
  The UK needs to be a lot smarter to challenge the rise of authoritarian regimes (2) by George Cunningham
  Lib Dems for Ukraine (3) by John Sweeney
  The Independent View:  WASPI is relying on the Lib Dems to lead the way for 1950s-born women (21) by Angela Madden
  21 September 2023 – today’s press release (3) by Mark Valladares
22nd  Liberal Democrat conference will “fire starting pistol” on General Election campaign (3) by Mark Valladares
  Dorothy Thornhill writes: A community-led vision to tackle the housing crisis (12) by Dorothy Thornhill
  Community involvement in housing is a great future for policy (5) by Elizabeth Jones
  We should be proud of our approach to the EU (26) by Helen and William Wallace
  Observations of an Expat: The Great Indian Escape (2) by Tom Arms
  22 September 2023 – today’s press release (25) by Mark Valladares
23rd  ‘Tutoring for the millions’: Lib Dems plan booster classes for almost 2 million children (2) by The Voice
  Caron’s pick of the Conference fringe – Saturday (3) by Caron Lindsay
  Happy 25th anniversary Bi Visibility Day (0) by The Voice
  …and we’re back in the hall! (1) by Paul Walter
  The Ukrainian Offensive Hasn’t Failed.  We have Failed the Ukrainians. (14) by Zachary Barker
  Revealed: Long GP waits in rural areas three times worse than urban ones (0) by The Voice
24th  A postcard from Sir Vince in Kyiv (4) by Vince Cable
  Reflections on the Housing Working Group (4) by Peter Thornton
  Tom Arms’ World Review (3) by Tom Arms
  Caron’s pick of the Conference Fringe – Sunday (0) by Caron Lindsay
  Daisy Cooper: Lib Dems have “huge opportunity” to take seats off Conservatives in the Blue Wall (5) by The Voice
  Alex Cole-Hamilton’s speech to Conference (0) by Caron Lindsay
25th  What do you call a 33 year old who still lives with their parents? (3) by Alan Collins Rosell
  Keep our national housing target, tackle the housing crisis and WIN! (7) by Cllr Stephen Robinson
  It’s time for the Liberal Democrats to reclaim their place as the party of young professionals (12) by Lucas North
  25,000 operations cancelled twice or more in 2022 as backlog soars (2) by The Voice
  What’s the media saying about Lib Dem Conference? (9) by NewsHound
  Kira Rudik wows Conference with a powerful and personal speech (4) by Mary Reid
  Waiting list for diagnostic tests reaches 1.6 million – up 50% since 2019 (1) by The Voice
26th  Ed Davey speech: Time to tear down the Blue Wall and end the Conservative soap opera (1) by The Voice
  Moving on after yesterday’s high drama (32) by Caron Lindsay
  The humbling gratitude of Ukrainians (0) by Paul Walter
27th  The other elephant in the room (38) by Michael Taylor
  What if the Home Secretary is right? (5) by Michal Siewniak
  WATCH: Ed Davey’s speech to Conference (0) by The Voice
28th  Given the Chinese spy issues, should I, a Chinese immigrant, pursue a political career in the UK? (12) by Yue He Parkinson
  Scrutiny in Federal Council – why we are not there yet (3) by Chris Northwood
  Derailing progress – the pitfalls of nationalist rhetoric for Britain’s railways. (22) by Jack Meredith
  Dropping the 1p tax rise has political costs too (26) by James Baillie
  We should ban disposable single use vapes (6) by Sarah Osborne
29th  Is Britain being rebranded – is it time for an English Government? (22) by Chris Perry
  Let’s embrace being the party of the NHS (5) by Paul Hindley
  Artificial Intelligence means we need a Universal Basic Income (4) by Mike Giles
  A taxing question (36) by Mark Corner
  ALDC by-election report: 28th September (6) by Charles Quinn
  29 September 2023 – today’s press releases (0) by Mark Valladares
30th  Observations of an Expat: Not So Evergrande (2) by Tom Arms
  Why I spoke for 30 seconds at Conference (3) by Michael Kilpatrick
  Caroline Pidgeon’s farewell speech to Conference (1) by The Voice

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