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

7 bestMany thanks to the  25000visitors who dropped by Lib Dem Voice this week. Here’s our 7 most-read posts…

Ed Davey MP writes…My family, my party (79 comments) by Ed Davey MP

If they say you’re a Red Tory or a Yellow Tory, ask about Corbyn’s welfare cuts (53 comments) by George Kendall 

There are worse things than a coronation for Vince (97 comments) by Caron Lindsay

May’s Brexit setup denies remaining EU states what she wants to recover for Britain: sovereignty over their nation) (37 comments) by Bernard Aris

Well that didn’t take long. Vince answers questions on Brexit, freedom of movement and single market (35 comments) by Caron Lindsay

Sal Brinton writes…What you need to know about the leadership election (29 comments) by Sal Brinton

The party of “I told you so” (60 comments) by Noel Davies

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  • @ Ed Davey BBC NEWS TODAY Well done, Ed.

    French energy supplier EDF has estimated that the cost of completing the new Hinkley Point nuclear plant will be nearly 10% more than expected. The company, which is the project’s main backer, said the total cost of the power station was likely to rise by £1.5bn to £19.6bn. Hinkley Point C would be the UK’s first new nuclear plant for decades, but has been beset with budget problems. An EDF review found the project could also be delayed by up to 15 months.

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