New Edition of Ad Lib out

The party has revamped its online magazine Ad Lib and you can read the new version, hot off the digital press, here.

It’s jam packed full of stuff – a profile of our candidate in the most marginal seat in the country. Wendy Chamberlain is working to take the seat where sitting SNP MP Stephen Gethins and his wife make up his majority.

There’s an interview with Lucy Salek, our brilliant candidate in the Lewisham by-election and articles from Vince on housing and Tom Brake on Brexit.

If you have any feedback about it, LIb Dem Head of Membership Greg Foster would love to read it at [email protected]

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6 Comments

  • Tony Greaves 28th Dec '18 - 4:03pm

    Scrapping the Liberal (Democrat) News was a disaster and a disgrace really. How we could do with it now!

  • David Blake 29th Dec '18 - 9:30am

    I agree with Tony Greaves. I always welcomed LDN dropping through my door. I groan with exasperation when I get yet another email.

  • I feel totally out of the loop now.

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