LDVideo EXCLUSIVE: “The Lost Liberal Democrat Votes”

by Stephen Tall on February 7, 2014

Here’s a fascinating 7-minute video from documentary producer Ed Stradling looking at “The lost Liberal Democrat Votes” – and what the party can do to win them back by 2015. Ed’s not a Lib Dem member, so when I asked him what had prompted him to make this short film, here’s what he told me: […]

Fraser Nelson’s must-read guide to utterly and completely misunderstanding the Lib Dems’ Coalition strategy

by Stephen Tall on February 7, 2014

Fraser Nelson has written a must-read guide to utterly and completely misunderstanding the Lib Dems’ Coalition strategy today. My guess is he’s reliant on Tory intelligence, which in this case is an oxymoron. Much of it is the usual half-fair/half-unfair admixture of insults regularly thrown at the Lib Dems by the right-wing media. We are, […]

File this under “Woah, scary”

by Stephen Tall on February 7, 2014

I remember reading this in The Economist a few months ago and thinking “Woah, scary”. It’s from an article on how “the shape of people’s faces, determined by their bone structure, contributes enormously to how beautiful they are” – and (…)

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Liberal Hero of the Week #58: David Cameron

by Stephen Tall on February 7, 2014

Liberal Hero of the Week (and occasional Villains) is chosen by Stephen Tall, Co-Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice, and Research Associate at CentreForum.  David Cameron Conservative leader and Prime Minister Reason: for ruling that pubs can open longer during the World Cup. Poor Norman Baker. On the social libertarian wing of the party – he’s […]

My recommended reading for today February 7, 2014

by Stephen Tall on February 7, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention in the past couple of days… Teaching assistants can improve numeracy and literacy when used effectively | News & Events | The Education Endowment Foundation First 6 @EducEndowFoundn reports of (…)

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