The LDV Friday Five: 14 June 2013

It’s Friday. It’s five o’clock. Here’s a fistful of lists that sum up the LDV week:

5 most-read stories on LDV this week

  1. Ashcroft’s latest poll: a couple of interesting findings about the Lib Dems (39 comments) by Stephen Tall
  2. Unpaid internships: Tim Farron replies (23 comments) by Tim Farron MP
  3. The Lib Dem narrative dilemma: forget about 2010, start looking forward to 2015 (47 comments) by Stephen Tall
  4. Helena Morrissey’s report: my first impressions (15 comments) by Stephen Tall
  5. Would PR spell the end of the Liberal Democrats? (38 comments) by Nick Thornsby

5 sample LDV Members’ Forum threads

  1. Ed Davey MP: I want to see a community energy revolution !!
  2. Prism
  3. Disestablishment of the Church and State
  4. Is the Conservative Party heading for a split?
  5. Richest top 10% now own 850 times more than the bottom 10%

5 from the LDV archive

(14 June, 2007-12)

  1. The Gordon Brown meme: open to all LDV readers (4 comments) by Stephen Tall, from 2007
  2. Arise, Sir Alan! (7 comments) by Stephen Tall, from 2008
  3. Lib Dems call on George Osborne to pay capital gains tax (4 comments) by Mark Pack, from 2009
  4. Liberal Youth Scotland’s Sophie Bridger to fight Inverclyde for the Liberal Democrats (12 commments) by Caron Lindsay from 2011
  5. Nick Clegg celebrates Bob Russell’s big break (5 comments) by Helen Duffett, from 2011

5 top reader search returns to get to LDV

(excluding Liberal Democrat Voice or its variants)

  1. lib dem membership figures
  2. guido fawkes
  3. ttip
  4. helena morrissey
  5. rock salmon

5 recent Lib Dem tweets

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That’s it from the LDV Friday Five. Let the weekend commence in 5-4-3-2-1…

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One Comment

  • Peter Watson 14th Jun '13 - 9:34pm

    I was surprised that there were no articles or comments this week about Gove’s latest pronouncement (via Ofsted) about the reintroduction of O-levels (or whatever he’s calling them this month).
    In fact, contrary to my sterotypical view of Lib Dems as a party of teachers, I am surprised how infrequently education matters come up on LDV these days, especiallyif one excludes references to tuition fees and debates about RE.

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