Half a defence of Paul Staines (aka @guidofawkes)

by Stephen Tall on September 1, 2010

My Voice colleague Iain Roberts has already blogged about this afternoon’s big political news that William Hague’s special advisor Christopher Myers has quit his post following allegations — vehemently denied by both — that they might be having an affair. Iain writes: “We at Lib Dem Voice wish both the Hagues and Christopher Myers well,” […]

Tony Blair’s A Journey: 3 reasons I’m impressed without having read a single page

by Stephen Tall on September 1, 2010

No, I haven’t read Tony Blair’s A Journey yet (though it should be waiting for me at home). I haven’t even had time to read more than a handful of the preview articles, such as The Guardian’s trailer. With that confesion of near-total ignorance of A Journey established, I think there are three points worth […]

LDV survey: What party members think of Lib Dem ambitions for government

by Stephen Tall on September 1, 2010

Lib Dem Voice has polled our members-only forum to discover what Lib Dem members think of a variety of key issues, and what you make of the Lib Dems’ and Government’s performance to date. Almost 600 party members have responded, and we’re currently publishing the full results of our survey. Today we’re looking at a […]

LDV survey: What Lib Dem members think are the biggest dangers to the party in the next 12 months

by Stephen Tall on September 1, 2010

Lib Dem Voice has polled our members-only forum to discover what Lib Dem members think of a variety of key issues, and what you make of the Lib Dems’ and Government’s performance to date. Almost 600 party members have responded, and we’re currently publishing the full results of our survey. Today we’re looking at what […]