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

Many thanks to the 12,781 visitors who dropped by Lib Dem Voice this week. Here’s our 7 most-read posts…

Andrew Rawnsley: “The real reason Nick threw the gauntlet down to Nigel” (19 comments) by The Voice

Shirley Williams: “A separate Scotland would be a diminished Scotland, leaving behind a diminished United Kingdom” (46 comments) by The Voice

Two Liberal Democrats on holiday together? They must be plotting to overthrow Nick Clegg.(16 comments) by Newsmoggie

Cameron “to rule out second Coalition” piece in Telegraph. It may be a bluff, but that doesn’t mean he won’t be forced to do it (36 comments) by Stephen Tall

Who’s afraid of Scottish independence? (33 comments) by Stephen Tall

Opinion: Nick, Nigel and the Hokey Cokey Party (21 comments) by Adam Killeya

Can everyone please just play nice? Briefing against fellow Liberal Democrats and insulting party activists is never going to help (23 comments) by Caron Lindsay

 

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