As Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice, one of the top political blogs in the UK, and a Research Associate at liberal think-tank CentreForum, I appear frequently in the media – on air, in print, online and in person – and regularly speak at conferences and events on the British political scene.
You can view the collection of my writings on, and appearances in, the media by clicking here.
Here are a few highlights of what I’ve done …
>> Editor, Liberal Democrat Voice since 2007. Lib Dem Voice is recognised as one of the top 10 political blogs within the UK (source: ebuzzing.com). I have hosted, chaired and spoken at party conference events, and various seminars and conferences on British politics and on the impact of new media.
>> Articles published in: The Guardian newspaper and its Comment Is Free website, Parliamentary Monitor, Government Gazette, the Poltico’s Guide To Political Blogging In The UK (2007, 2009, 2010), and Liberal Democrat News. Regular column during the 2010 election for the International Business Times.
>> Interview appearances on: BBC1 The Politics Show, BBC Question Time Extra, BBC1 Breakfast, BBC and Sky News, BBC Radio 4 Today Programme, The Westminster Hour, and The World Tonight, BBC Radio 5 Live, TalkSport, LBC, BBC Radio Oxford and other local radio stations.
>> Awards: inaugural Lib Dem Blog of the Year 2006 award at the party’s annual conference for website www.stephentall.org.uk (now archived) and my blog A Liberal Goes A Long Way (now hosted here). Finalist, together with three MPs, in the New Statesman New Media Awards 2006 (Elected Representative category).
This blog from the editor of Lib Dem Voice is full to the brim with links, interaction and detailed, well-written posts. Its fairly lengthy posts are updated with an alarming regularity leaving us to wonder when it is Stephen finds time to do anything else. It’s a little Lib Dem centric but don’t let that put you off, the content is well-researched and full of interesting titbits from the world of politics. Easy to use and with a clean, nice look this – as perhaps is to be expected from the editor of Lib Dem Voice – is one of the top political blogs going.