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Lib Dem Voice – the most-read independent website by and for Lib Dems – is run by a volunteer collective of Liberal Democrat members, activists and bloggers. The site is read by some 50,000 individual visitors each month, and is ranked among the top 5 most influential blogs in the UK.

For general enquiries, please email [email protected] If you are interested in submitting a post for publication, please visit the page ‘Write for us!’.

Editor

Day Editors

Contributing Editors

Posts using the pseudonyms ‘The Voice‘ (for news updates) and ‘NewsHound‘ (to link to articles published elsewhere) are, unless otherwise indicated, written by a member of the LDV editorial team.

Design and Technical Editor

Twitter & Facebook Manager

Photo editor, occasional articles and moderation assistance

We welcome contributors

Absolutely any Liberal Democrat party member is welcome to get involved with Lib Dem Voice, and we especially welcome opinion articles. These should be original pieces of writing, not previously published elsewhere. Please see our Write for us page for more details.

Lib Dem Voice is also committed to publishing opinion articles from non-Lib Dems which we think will be of interest to our readers. Please email the Co-Editors if you have an idea for an article.

Our editorial policy

Lib Dem Voice does not belong to any supposed wing of the party: it is a neutral platform where the views of all members are welcome, both as articles and comments. The site’s editorial team comprises a diverse range of party members, each of whom is free to put forward their own views while maintaining an overall balance of coverage. Queries or complaints about the balance of coverage can be directed to the Editor.

LDV alumni

Grateful thanks to all those who’ve taken editorial responsibility for LibDemVoice since it was founded in 2006:

  • Mark Pack, Co-founder and Co-Editor (2006-13)
  • Mark Valladares (2011-14)
  • Andy Boddington (2013)
  • Prateek Buch (2011-12)
  • Iain Roberts (2009-11)
  • Helen Duffett (2008-2014)
  • Richard Huzzey (2006-10)
  • Alix Mortimer (2008-09)
  • Will Howells (2006-08)
  • Rob Fenwick, Founding Editor (2006-07)
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    MPs would be absolutely mad to put no deal on a ballot, and the EU will not grant an extension for such a crazy purpose....
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    Arnold, point taken that public investment cannot of itself resolve the structural damage to the economy that Brexit would involve. But what we are talking...
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  • User AvatarLaurence Cox 21st Jan - 11:25am
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