Posts Tagged “lib dems”

Theresa May has the endorsement of the Tories – and progressives should be worried

by Stephen Tall on July 12, 2016

Politics isn’t just fluid, it’s runny. A couple of weeks ago, I almost took the time and trouble to write a ‘Boris v Theresa’ piece – just as well I didn’t, as it also would’ve ended up spiked by Michael (…)

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Victoria Coren nails us all bang to rights: “Freedom is the most important thing of all”

by Stephen Tall on August 4, 2013

Occasionally a column comes along and chimes with a lot of what you’ve been thinking. All at once. I’ve had that experience today with Victoria Coren’s Observer column. Vicky Pryce and the high cost of being unlikable Vicky Pryce has (…)

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Independent inquiry report published into Lib Dem processes and culture post-Rennard allegations

by Stephen Tall on June 12, 2013

Helena Morrissey’s independent inquiry into the Lib Dems’ culture and processes has just been published — it’s the first of two inquiries launched by the party to report. The other, specifically investigating the allegations against Lord Rennard, is on hold (…)

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Lib Dems to back independent regulator for Twitter users underpinned by statute

by Stephen Tall on November 30, 2012

Well, why not? After all, we’ve clearly seen in the last couple of years the potential for the Big Beasts of Twitter to trample on the lives of the innocent. Their thoughtless breaches of individuals’ rights and privacy have been (…)

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