Posts Tagged “federal executive”

Lib Dem internal elections results: results breakdown, with candidates ranked in order

by Stephen Tall on November 10, 2012

This morning saw the announcement by the Lib Dems of who had won election to its federal committees for the next two years. These are a pretty crucial 24 months, as they’ll take us to within six months of the (…)

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Lib Dems’ internal elections: your guide to where we’re at

by Stephen Tall on October 7, 2012

Every couple of years the Lib Dems hold internal elections in which conference representatives choose members of key party committees. As one of the seemingly few Lib Dems neither standing for election nor with a vote, I thought our readers might like an update on where we’re at… Federal Executive What does it do? The […]

Rennard’s expenses clearance: Party needs to learn some lessons in transparency

by Stephen Tall on October 21, 2009

What’s the correct response to the news that Lord (Chris) Rennard has been cleared by the Clerk of the Parliaments of any wrong-doing over his allowances claims? I ask because I think there are some important issues at play here for how we, the Lib Dems, as a party can help restore trust in democracy.
First, […]