New edition of Liberator – December 2014

liberatorThe latest issue of Liberator, the independent radical liberal magazine, is now with subscribers.

Live sample contents from Liberator 369 online are:

Commentary, on the Lib Dem general election messages.

The lead story from Radical Bulletin on the Federal Executive’s foul-ups over OMOV and gender quotas.

The main feature, A Pause On The Road To Independence

Wendy Kyrle-Pope campaigned for a ‘no’ vote in the Scottish referendum, but thinks the issue will soon be back – with a majority for independence likely

Please note that we are now using the website:

www.liberatormagazine.org.uk

and the email address;

[email protected]

This website also contains back numbers (which are free to view), information about Liberator and a sample from the Liberator Songbook.

Subscriptions are £25 a year. The site contains details of how to pay by cheque, bank transfer or standing order. PayPal is not working at present but we hope to restore this.

Liberator has had a fitful web presence this year due to both technical problems and the illness and subsequent sad death of Simon Titley, who looked after most of Liberator’s online presence.

Other articles in this issue, not yet available online are:

Radical Liberalism Beyond The Coalition

Iain Brodie Browne finds hope for social liberal action to combat disadvantage beyond the coalition in a new book from a group of Scottish Liberal Democrats

When The Values Vanished 

People who adhere to ethical values in the Middle East tend to end up powerless and oppressed. How can a region of autocrats change, asks our Mohammed Nosseir

Goodbye To Oil, And Oil States

Fracking may seem to have little connection with the Middle East, but as the USA’s shale frees it from dependence on oil, so may its interest wane in the region, says David Thorpe

Capital Case

Devolution is needed right under the government’s nose in London, says Ruth Dombey

Get Rid Of Experts

Liberal Democrat policy-making is in hock to vested interests, evidence-supported but not evidence-based, says Stan Collins

Now For The Bullies

Same sex marriage has been achieved and the next step should be ending bullying in schools based on sexual orientation, says Mathew Hulbert

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2 Comments

  • Looks like another edition of Liberator that is worth every penny of the annual subscription.

  • as someone who hasn’t paid a sub for 2 years (but still receives it), I can for once agree with John Tilley 😉

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