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Why are the Lib Dems partying like it’s 1993?

They’re another party that has returned to comfort-zone politics They have learned nothing and forgotten nothing. So Talleyrand said of the Bourbons and so much the same might be said of the Lib Dems today. If there’s one thing that we should take from the Witney by-election campaigns, it was the extent to which 2010-15 […]

The Lib Dems just slashed the Conservative majority in David Cameron’s former seat

The Conservative party have held onto ex-Prime Minister David Cameron's former parliamentary seat in a by-election — but their majority was reduced by over 20,000 votes after a Liberal Democrat fightback. Tory barrister Robert Courts...Show More Summary

Pro-EU Lib Dems Surge In U.K. By-Election For David Cameron's Old Seat

5 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

The pro-EU Liberal Democrats have more than tripled their vote share in a U.K. by-election for David Cameron’s old constituency of Witney in Oxfordshire, England. The Conservatives held the seat in the Thursday poll, but with a vastly reduced majority. Show More Summary

NEW POLL: The Conservatives' lead over Labour has widened to 17% — the second highest ever recorded

• ICM poll gives Conservatives 17% lead over Labour — the joint second highest ever recorded • Conservatives on 43%, Labour on 26%, UKIP on 11%, Lib Dems on 8% The Conservative party's lead over Labour has widened to 17 points, according to a new ICM poll for the Guardian. The poll puts the Conservatives on 43%, and the Labour party on 26%. Show More Summary

A former odds-on favourite for the Democratic nomination says the LDs could form the next UK government There is an incresing possibility that the Lib Dems could form the next UK Govt on a platform on No Brexit — Howard Dean (@GovHowardDean) September 26, 2016 Back in late 2003, not too long after the Iraq War, the governor of Vermont, Howard Dean, was causing a stir on the WH2004 betting markets. […]

What is the point of the Liberal Democrats?

last monthNews : Daily Chart

THE title of this post is the question that—more than ever before—I find myself asking following the Liberal Democrats’ just-finished gathering in Brighton. It was my fourth Lib Dem conference. My first, also in Brighton, was in 2012. Show More Summary

Tim Farron says Lib Dems would be willing to raise taxes to find 'a lot more money' for NHS - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Tim Farron’s speech on the final day of the Lib Dem conference 9.11am BST The Liberal Democrats are today heading into the fourth and final day of their autumn...Show More Summary

Lib Dems will turn NHS into National Health and Care Service, says Farron

Liberal Democrat leader to tell his party conference taxes would be raised, if necessary, to pay for beefed-up provision Tim Farron will tell the Liberal Democrat conference that the party would rebrand the NHS to include a fully taxpayer-funded care service, warning that governments must be honest about raising taxes to ease the healthcare crisis. Show More Summary

Lib Dems poised to back dedicated tax to help rescue NHS

Party health spokesman Norman Lamb will tell conference there is a strong case for the move despite political risk The Liberal Democrats are poised to become the first major political party to back a dedicated new tax to help rescueShow More Summary

Last night’s by election round up

The Lib Dem fightback continues, this time in the finest city in the known universe, Sheffield. Liberal Democrat GAIN Mosborough (Sheffield) from Labour. — Britain Elects (@britainelects) September 8, 2016 Mosborough (Sheffield) result:LDEM:...Show More Summary

The Lib Dems are coming off life-support: something else for Labour to worry about

How closely are we going to re-run the 1980s? We’ve not heard much from the Lib Dems lately. The party which until last year supplied the Deputy Prime Minister, the Business Secretary and three other cabinet ministers, which before the election had more than fifty MPs and which had been treated by the media almost […]

Harry Hayfield’s local elections report: What’s happened so far this week & tonight’s preview

Two good performances already for the Lib Dems RESULT July 26 The Hangers and Forest (Con defence) on East Hampshire Result of council at last election (2015): Conservatives 42, Liberal Democrats 2 (Conservative majority of 40) Result of ward at last election (2015): Conservative 983 (69%), Independent 257 (18%), Labour 184 (13%) Referendum Result: REMAIN […]

Wiping out the Lib Dems might have been Cameron’s greatest strategic mistake as Prime Minister

Picture: The apotheosis of the Tory targeting of the Lib Dems at the last general election. Why Cameron might still be PM if the coalition had continued after May 2015. When David Cameron reflects on his earlier than anticipated departure as Prime Minister I wonder if in hindsight he’ll regret his and Sir Lynton’s Crosby […]

Disgraced Dan Rather: Trump 'So Far to the Right,' But Dems Could Have a PR Problem with Lefty Platform

MSNBC just keeps turning to disgraced CBS anchor (and phony document presenter) Dan Rather as a grand expert on modern American political history. On Monday night’s All In, host Chris Hayes bowed to Rather’s very long career (in liberal bias). Show More Summary

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