Nick Clegg’s Gaza ‘non-statement’ shows the need to keep the Lib Dem torch burning in the “new politics”

by Stephen Tall on June 1, 2010

Nick Clegg is not normally reticent about commenting on the Middle East – see, for example, his public call for the international community to stop arming Israel 18 months ago. So why did it take more than a day for the Lib Dem leader to speak out against the “unjustifiable and untenable” blockade of the […]

LDV doesn’t do statporn, but if we did (May ‘10)

by Stephen Tall on June 1, 2010

… We’d say a big thank you to the 136,557 ‘absolute unique visitors’* who read Liberal Democrat Voice in May.
That’s over 20% higher compared to our April 2010 figure of c.112,000, and we are up some 227% on the equivalent figure for May ‘09. Anyone would think there had just been a general election. In […]

LDV members’ survey (5): Lib Dem members back 55%+1 fixed-term Parliament threshold

by Stephen Tall on June 1, 2010

Lib Dem Voice has been conducting a survey of party members registered on our members’ forum asking them for their views of the coalition, Labour leadership and the party’s general election result. Over 400 have responded, and here’s part five of what you’ve told us …
LDV asked: The coalition government is proposing that in order […]

LDV members’ survey (4): 86% of party members happy with coalition agreement (and most think LibCon government will last full term)

by Stephen Tall on June 1, 2010

Lib Dem Voice has been conducting a survey of party members registered on our members’ forum asking them for their views of the coalition, Labour leadership and the party’s general election result. Over 400 have responded, and here’s part four of what you’ve told us …
LDV asked: The Lib Dem / Conservative coalition government published […]