What’s being debated in our members’ forum this week?

forum1LibDemVoice has two parallel sites. The first is our public blog, the thing you’re reading now. The second is our private members’ forum, which only current Lib Dem members can access.

If you’re a member and want to chat with fellow party members about any issue that’s on your mind, then why not sign up? In addition, you’ll be included in our regular surveys’ of party members’ views.

Here’s some of the most active discussions this past week:

Labour on housing, tenants and landlords

Delivery rounds and geocodes

Newark: a new by-election to test the waters

The Coalition record on jobs

A Liberal Democrat exit strategy

 

      Why not join in the debate and share your views? (But please remember to

stick to our comment policy

      — and that no forum is ever 100% private!)

 

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