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

7 ver 4 fullMany thanks to the 19,100 visitors who dropped by Lib Dem Voice this week. Here’s our 7 most-read posts…

Êtes-vous Charlie? (100 comments) by The Voice

Ming Campbell’s response to the Charlie Hebdo shootings worries me (95 comments) by Caron Lindsay

Could there be a National Government by the end of the year (42 comments) by Sally Pearson

48 good things Nick Clegg has done (48 comments) by Caron Lindsay

The 12 most read LDV posts of 2014: Day 12 by The Voice

Opinion: Deliberately offending people might be necessary (94 comments) by Mark Wright

Opinion: What will it take to win in 2015 (34 comments) by Helen Flynn 

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  • This appeared on my stockbroker’s website:

    UK GDP: a picture

    Yesterday we reported that the ONS has revised its estimates of UK GDP to take into account the effect of charitable donations, illegal drug dealing and prostitution. The result was that the UK economy did not contract quite as much as previously thought.

    We now have a new update on the story of the UK economy over the last 14 years or so. Let this picture do the talking.


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