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

7 ver 4 fullMany thanks to the 19,400  visitors who dropped by Lib Dem Voice this week. Here’s our 7 most-read posts…

Statement from Alistair Carmichael following leak enquiry (62 comments) by The Voice

How not to motivate your exhausted, defeated candidates (65 comments) by Caron Lindsay

Opinion: This will be closer than we all think (57 comments) by Craig Dearden-Phillips

Lynne Featherstone writes…Why I’m backing Norman Lamb for Leader (36 comments) by Lynne Featherstone

Paul Scriven writes….Be clear about who we are (112 comments) by Lord Paul Scriven

What Llib Dem Voice members think about Nick Clegg stepping down as leader (75 comments) by Ryan Cullen

Tim Farron talks to Pink News about his record on LGBT issues, disestablishing the Church of England and the Lib Dems’ “massive embarrassment” (71 comments) by Newshound


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  • I was looking through some old political literature and I found a story about Lib Dems on Somerset County Council spending 250 thousand pounds on an advertising campaign “Providing for Life”. I wanted to ask if this had been recognised as a failure by the party and if there has been any response to this, such as better candidate training to ensure that this does not happen again

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