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

7 ver 4 fullMany thanks to the 15600  visitors who dropped by Lib Dem Voice this week. Here’s our 7 most-read posts…

 Reasons to be careful about new analysis suggesting Lib Dems “set to lose several more seats than national polls with uniform swing would predict” (77 comments) by Stephen Tall

Game on in Gordon! Liberal Democrat Christine Jardine has to defend seat against former First Minister Salmond (25 comments) by Caron Lindsay

Clegg’s letter to Burnham: “you may have inadvertently misled” Commons on Labour’s NHS privatisation record (31 comments) by The Voice

Opinion: Is the Centre Ground disappearing from British Politics?  (93 comments) by Stephen Phillips

MPs to debate curtailing judicial review on Monday as rebel Lib Dem peers face wrath of senior party figures (40 comments) by Caron Lindsay

And it’s goodbye from me as Lib Dem Voice Co-Editor (42 comments) by Stephen Tall

Taunton Deane Liberal Democrats select Rachel Gilmour (2 comments) by The Voice

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