Vince Cable promises to take Liberal Democrats "back to government". Lib Dem leader insists he is a credible future prime minister. He tells his party conference that they can still get an "exit from Brexit." He mocks the governmentShow More Summary
Vince Cable delivers his first speech as leader and insists his party is relevant again. However Lib Dem conference is beset with discussions about how the party can be heard again. Real challenge for the party lies in receiving a public...Show More Summary
Former Lib Dem leader and wife go public about son’s experience and treatment to raise awareness of less toxic therapies for cancer The moment Nick Clegg and his wife had to tell their eldest son he had blood cancer was one of the “toughest...Show More Summary
The leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia, Vladimir Zhirinovsky, has told reporters he will definitely participate in the 2018 presidential race, also urging changes to the current law that allows presidents to serve two consecutive terms. Read Full Article at RT.com
LONDON — Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has accused over-65s who voted for Brexit of being "self-declared martyrs" in a Mail on Sunday article. Cable, who was appointed leader of the Lib Dems last month, writes that Britain's...Show More Summary
LONDON — Sir Vince Cable was on Thursday confirmed the new leader of the Liberal Democrats. The veteran MP for Twickenham was crowned the party's new leader at a press conference in central London after no other Liberal Democrat MP made...Show More Summary
LONDON — Tim Farron said he planned to quit as leader of the Liberal Democrats long before the June 8 general election. Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live's Emma Barnett on Friday morning, the MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale said he put his...Show More Summary
I have been thinking about Tim Farron’s assertion that he feels it ‘impossible’ to be leader of the Liberal Democrats while living as a faithful Christian. So he has stopped doing that (being leader of the Lib Dems, I mean)....
Some voices in the party say I want a hard Brexit. I don’t – what I want is an end to the gross inequality that has made me angrier than ever Liberal Democrats are faced with electing a new leader after Tim Farron’s resignation last week. Show More Summary
Tim Farron, the leader of Britain's Liberal Democrat Party, stepped down from his position yesterday saying he was unable to reconcile his party's progressive views with his evangelical Christian beliefs.He came under fire recently for refusing to answer a question about whether gay sex was a sin.
LONDON — The Liberal Democrats are looking for a new leader after Tim Farron resigned over his deeply-held religious beliefs on Wednesday evening. Farron — who was elected the party's leader in July 2016 — said it felt "impossible" to...Show More Summary
With all but 20 or so seats still to declare, the likely result of the 2017 general election is projected to look like this: Party, seats won [seats before the vote] Cons 318  Lab 262  SNP 35  Lib Dem 13  Green 1  PLAID...Show More Summary