LDV’s Sunday Best: our 7 most-read articles this week

7 bestMany thanks to the 14,100  visitors who dropped by Lib Dem Voice this week. Here’s our 7 most-read posts…

In full: Tim Farron’s speech: I love my country and I want it back from the Nationalists (36 comments) by Caron Lindsay

Observations of an ex pat: Brexit goes nuclear (8 comments) by Tom Arms

Cole-Hamilton: Greens have no mandate to call for second Scottish independence referendum (27 comments) by The Voice

Yet another Liberal Democrat GAIN from the Conservatives (20 comments) by Caron Lindsay

From selfies with Clegg to the Glee Club Stage: My first Liberal Democrat Conference (16 comments) by Rebecca Yates

 Electoral expense allegations may have deep and wide ranging implications (18 comments) by Martin Roche

LibLink: Nick Clegg: The EU is facing a liberal insurgence. Now is not the time for us to leave (35 comments) by Newshound

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