A great holiday read from the cheeky chappie of politics

Please Mister Postman by Alan Johnson is a great book to take on ...

Inside story of the coalition to come in book form from David Laws

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Liberal heroes in pop culture Part 1: Jon Snow from Game of Thrones

This is the first of what will hopefully be a series of light-hearted pieces that we will publish over the summer. Please do nominate further ...

The real reason why Mark Williams MP isn’t in Tim Farron’s front bench team, announced today *

...Wait for it... It's because he will be getting a big campaigning ...

Photos: Tim Farron meeting our two sensational Kingston and Richmond by-election victors today

Here's a couple of photos of Tim Farron today meeting Geraldine Locke and Jon Tolley ...

Today – Tim meets two new councillors in Kingston and urges members to get involved in by-elections

Today Lib Dem leader Tim Farron visited Kingston to meet two councillors who won their seats since the General Election as the party’s fightback gathers ...

LibLink: Tim Farron says blood donation rules urgently need to change

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The Times’ curious use of single quotation marks in headlines

Women 'are not tough enough to lead Labour' Such was the headline in the Times last ...

Tim Farron calls for a bit of compassion in the Calais debate

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++ Tim Farron announces diverse spokesperson team

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‘A leftwing Labour leader could raise the Liberal Democrats from the dead’

So runs the headline in the Guardian over a piece today by Mary Dejevsky: A return to more leftwingery for Labour could create more ideological ...

We need to be careful before jumping on the Lord Sewel bandwagon

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Leaving UKIP for the Liberal Democrats

I finally decided to leave UKIP in June this year. Let me first say, this has not been an easy decision. It has taken me a ...

Tim Farron calls for Lords reform in wake of Sewel

Tim Farron has written to party leaders and cross-bench peers calling for Lords reform in the wake of the Lord Sewel scandal. Tim argues that this ...

Writing by Simon Titley

Simon Titley was a member of the Liberator Collective from 1985 until his death, aged 57, on 31 August 2014. He became well known for both ...

The new Israeli proposal

Recently I’ve been interviewing Israeli and Palestinian scholars and activists about the prospects of alternative voices in the peace process: namely the BRICS countries and ...

Why I went from being Rugby Green Party’s general election candidate to a revived Liberal Democrat activist

I have defected to the Liberal Democrats following differences with myself and the national Green Party. ...

Policymaking reform; what the problem is and how to solve it

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Rawls v Bayes

At the Social Liberal Forum conference session on equality, one of the points raised by Julian Huppert (pictured alongside chair Mark Blackburn and the ...

The Human Rights Act 1998: Why this must always be protected

After the 2015 general election, David Cameron announced that during his time in government ...

The economic consequences of tuition fees 

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Liberal Democrats can define themselves through football reform

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Where are the Lib Dem business networks?

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Top of the Blogs: The Lib Dem Golden Dozen #424

Welcome to the Golden Dozen, and our 424th weekly round-up from ...

A trio of Lib Dem Lords stand up for LGBT+ Asylum seekers

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Lamb and Williams warn on care cap delay

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LDV’s Sunday Best: our 7 most-read articles this week

Many thanks to the 14,800 visitors who dropped by Lib Dem Voice this ...

Federal Executive urges party to stand in Police and Crime Commissioner Elections

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Tim Farron talks to his local newspaper on becoming Lib Dem Leader:

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#Libdemfightback: What do the polls say?

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