The LibDemVoice comments policy: why we moderate & how to avoid us moderating you

by Stephen Tall on March 17, 2012

There are many aspects of running this site that the LibDemVoice editorial collective actively discuss: which articles to publish and when, which adverts to accept and which to reject — and, most spiritedly, how to define our comments moderation policy. Until two years ago, we didn’t really have a policy: basically it was a free-for-all […]

LibLink: David Laws and Tim Farron – Budget 2012: Osborne must help the squeezed middle and tax the top

by Stephen Tall on March 17, 2012

Rumour a-plenty ahead of George Osborne’s third budget. Adding to theose rumours — or, more likely, giving us the inside gen on what’s likely to transpire — are the former Lib Dem chief secretary to the treasury David Laws and Lib Dem party president Tim Farron in The Guardian. Here’s an excerpt: Nick Clegg has […]

LDVideo | Poor old Ed, it’s the Miliband ‘Gaffes Tape’ Special

by Stephen Tall on March 17, 2012

Poor Ed Miliband — an attempt to make a serious speech on youth unemployment was overshadowed yesterday by his failure to be able to distinguish men from women when he took questions. As ITN labelled it in true tabloid fashion, Ed Miliband’s triple-fail: ‘Is that a man or a woman?’ Here’s the video: (Available on […]