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Super Thursday 2016 : 24 hours until polls close

Some of the more choice local by-elections being held tomorrow Tormohun on Torbay (Con defence) Main Election: Mayoral Referendum Result of council at last election (2015): Con 25, Lib Dem 7, Ind 3, UKIP 1 (Con majority of 14) Result of ward at last election (2015): Emboldened denotes elected Liberal Democrats 1,304, 1,067, 933 (25%) […]

Cameron can do to the Eurosceptic right in the EURef what he did to Miliband’s LAB and Clegg’s Lib Dems

This is about the total destruction of Dave’s opponents I was very struck last night by the Twreet from politics academic Professor Glen O’Hara on the first week of the referendum campaign. Cam + Osbo play high pressure game, high up the pitch. Put oppo under pressure, force them to make mistakes. That's what's happening […]

Super Thursday 2016 : Two Weeks to Go

A preview of the London Assembly Elections and the Northern Ireland Assembly Elections London Assembly Result of last election (2012): Lab 12, Con 9, Green 2, Lib Dem 2 (Hung Assembly, Lab short by 1) Result of votes at last election (2012): Constituency Votes Lab 42% (8 seats), Con 33% (6 seats), Lib Dem 9%, […]

The Lib Dem mayoral candidate explained how she'll make it cheaper for people to go to work in the early morning

Caroline Pidgeon, the Liberal Democrat candidate to be mayor of London, is trailing her main rivals Sadiq Khan and Zac Goldsmith by a large margin: a recent ComRes poll has Pidgeon on 7% while Labour's Sadiq Khan is on 44% and the Conservative Zac Goldsmith is on 37%. Show More Summary

Cameron 'Taking Eye Off the Ball' - Lib Dem Leader Tells Sputnik

The leader of Britain's Liberal Democrats, Tim Farron, has told Sputnik that UK Prime Minister David Cameron is spending so much of his time focused on the Brexit debate his government has "taken its eye off the ball" and is failing to tackle several crises back home.

The Tories are very lucky the Lib Dems didn’t accept George Osborne’s coupon deal

Embed from Getty Images British politics today might have been very different if the Lib Dems had accepted Osborne’s deal The Mail on Sunday are serialising the memoirs of David Laws, the former Liberal Democrat cabinet minister, in it he reveals that The Tories secretly tried to form a 2015 Election pact with the Lib […]

Tonight’s local by-elections – a CON defence in Theresa May’s constituency and a LD one in Tim Farron’s

Kendal, Strickland and Fell (Lib Dem defence) on Cumbria Result of council at last election (2013): Labour 35, Conservatives 26, Liberal Democrat 16, Independents 7 (No Overall Control, Labour short by 8) Result of ward at last election (2013): Liberal Democrat 980 (52%), Labour 506 (27%), Conservative 191 (10%), United Kingdom Independence Party 186 (10%), […]

Why Marco Rubio is like the Liberal Democrats

Nate Silver has written a very interesting comment on the problems faced by American Presidential hopeful Marco Rubio on the FiveThirtyEight site. It made me think about the similarities between the senator and the Lib Dems. I’m notShow More Summary

Keeping your local campaign going during the EU referendum debate

This post on the US Campaigns and Elections blog highlights the plight of Lib Dems (and other parties) campaigning in the run up to the May elections.For the Presidential primaries in the original post, read the EU referendum. It isShow More Summary

Local By-Election Review : January 2016

Local By-Election Review : January 2016 Botchery on Carlisle: Ind GAIN from Lab on a swing of 10.5% from Lab to Ind Launceston Central on Cornwall: Lib Dem HOLD on a swing of 9% from Lib Dem to Con Bushney North on Hertfordshire: Con HOLD on a swing of 1.5% from Lib Dem to Con […]

Local By-Election Preview : January 14th 2016

Launceston Central (Ind defence, elected as Lib Dem) on Cornwall Result of council at last election (2013): Independent 37, Liberal Democrats 36, Conservatives 31, Labour 6, United Kingdom Independence Party 6, Mebynon Kernow 4, Green Party 1 (No Overall Control, Independents short by 25) Result of ward at last election (2013): Liberal Democrat 551 (71%), […]

The return of Marf and tonight’s local by-election review by Harry Hayfield

Welcome back Marf Watton (UKIP defence) and South Smallburgh (Lib Dem defence) on Norfolk Result of council at last election (2013): Conservative 40, United Kingdom Independence Party 15, Labour 14, Liberal Democrats 10, Green Party 4, Independent 1 (No Overall Control, Conservatives short by 3) Result of ward at last election (2013): Watton: United Kingdom […]

Lib Dems to oppose ‘vested interests’

Lib Dem Kirsty Williams to oppose ‘vested interests’ 14 November 2015 From the section Wales politics Image caption Despite Kirsty Williams’s efforts, the Lib Dems suffered badly at the general election Welsh voters should reject a Labour government that only listens to “vested interests”, Welsh Lib Dem leader Kirsty Williams will say later. She will […]

Efforts to block AMs’ pay rise fail

Lib Dem efforts to block AMs’ £10,000 pay rise fail 11 November 2015 From the section Wales politics Image caption The pay rise is intended to recognise ‘new responsibilities’ and ‘new expectations’ on AMs Liberal Democrat attempts to stop a £10,000 pay rise for AMs have failed. The Lib Dems tried to block the £52m […]

Local By-Election Results : November 5th 2015

Huntly, Strathbogie and the Howe of Alford on Aberdeenshire (SNP and Lib Dem defence) Result: Conservative 1,469 (36% +9%), Scottish National Party 1,433 (35% unchanged), Liberal Democrats 928 (23% +5%), Labour 196 (5%, no candidate in 2012), Scottish Libertarians 20 (0%, no candidate in 2012) No candidate elected on first preferences. Scottish National Party elected […]

Two Lib Dem defences and one SNP one in tonight’s local by-elections

Huntly, Strathbogie and the Howe of Alford on Aberdeenshire (SNP and Lib Dem defence) Result of council at last election (2012): Scottish National Party 28, Conservatives 14, Liberal Democrats 12, Independents 11, Labour 2, Green Party 1 (No Overall Control, SNP short by 7) Result of ward at last election (2012) : Emboldened denotes elected […]

Antifrank on the GE2020 prospects for Tim Farron’s Lib Dems

The Lib Dems had a disastrous election in 2015, tallying just eight seats.  Where do they go from here?  Is the only way up? Well, actually, no.  There is a serious possibility that things could get worse for them in 2020.  Of their eight seats, only one of them looks truly safe on current boundaries: […]

Local By-Election Preview : October 29th 2015 – 3 Con, 2 Lab and 1 Lib Dem defences

Risedale on Barrow in Furness (Lab defence) Result of council at last election (2015): Labour 27, Conservative 9 (Labour majority of 18) Result of ward at last election (2015) : Emboldened denotes elected Labour 1,474, 1,361, 1,310 (77%) United Kingdom Independence Party 438, 348 (23%) Candidates duly elected: Michael Cassells (Lab), Carole Friend (Con), Colin […]

The Lords vote to delay, not kill, Osborne’s tax credits plan

The motion to delay the tax credits changes which has been agreed pic.twitter.com/fpOjbsHnxU — Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) October 26, 2015 LAB peers don't back the Lib Dem motion which would have totally killed the tax credit plan pic.twitter.com/WXll9S7OMN — Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) October 26, 2015 Methinks that LAB decision not to vote for the killing […]

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