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Tag Archives: Liberal Democrats
Nick Clegg appears finally to be dropping his principled stance on immigration in favour of ill-considered rhetoric.
With a track record like this, how do the Lib Dems expect us to take seriously their claim to protect the environment and halt climate change?
Bold proposals devolution proposals have a habit of not living up to the full height of their promises.
Blair is not the only one with Iraq amnesia – the Lib Dems were NOT anti-invasion, just anti-that-kind-of-invasion
It is one of the great myths of recent political history – that the Liberal Democrats were opposed to Britain joining with US forces to invade Iraq in 2003.
There are powerful lessons in the Lib Dems’ decimation in London which the Labour Party would do well to remember.
The challenge facing contemporary liberalism runs far deeper than the leader of the Liberal Democrats.
For liberalism to survive, its thinkers and activists will need to wrest control from those so mired in the Westminster bubble.