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Lib Dem Conference Shows Signs Of A New Liberal Revival

Lib Dem Conference Shows Signs Of A New Liberal Revival

Tom Davies September 29, 2015 0

You may not have been aware of this, but the Liberal Democrats have just met in sunny Bournemouth for their autumn conference. The mood was not the much anticipated dreary dirge of the defeated

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The Liberals need to stay liberal To Shake Off The Anoraks

The Liberals need to stay liberal To Shake Off The Anoraks

Tom Davies August 9, 2015 0

Bruce Anderson, a man who was referred to me recently as the epitome of a retired shires Colonel, has written a particularly aggressive piece for the right-wing site Capx about how the Liberal Democrats

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What Will The Next General Election Do To The Lib Dems?

What Will The Next General Election Do To The Lib Dems?

Lee Jenkins December 5, 2013 6

Being in power has changed the Lib Dems. How will their first General Election as an incumbent shape them? The last couple of months has seen a marked Labour shuffle to the Left, with

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Military Crisis: Which Party leader do the public trust most?

Backbencher April 1, 2013 0

  Stephen Morris, In case you hadn’t noticed, the rhetoric in the West Pacific has been ramping up over recent weeks, leading to concerns that the regional actors may be descend into full scale

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‘Tough’ Immigration Rhetoric Rises whilst Facts are Forgotten

‘Tough’ Immigration Rhetoric Rises whilst Facts are Forgotten

Olly Neville March 26, 2013 2

  The political class of today is eating a mess of its own making. For too long no one would talk about immigration, now they can’t talk enough about it. A force that is

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UKIP needs to be the party of small government by 2015

UKIP needs to be the party of small government by 2015

Backbencher March 25, 2013 4

Liberty Scott, UKIP presents itself as a “libertarian, non-racist party”, and there are umpteen articles online that present arguments one way or another about this point. Right now, it has a series of policies that

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5 radical things the Government should consider for the budget

Backbencher March 18, 2013 1

Derek Van de Ven, The latest opinion polls in the UK suggest that the Conservatives are 9 points behind Labour, with only 28% of the British population prepared to vote for them. The damage

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The Corby By-election

The Corby By-election

Backbencher November 15, 2012 2

  We give our predictions on the future of the Corby by-election. We asked two of our Editors to argue what they thought would be the most likely scenario for the seat. We urge

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