Posts Tagged “liberal voice 2009”

Peter Tatchell’s message to LDV readers

by Stephen Tall on January 19, 2010

Yesterday we announced that Peter Tatchell had won LDV’s annual Liberal Voice of the Year award (open only to non-Lib Dems) in recognition of his fearless campaigning work for international human rights. We emailed Peter to let him know the news, and here’s the message he sent to all LDV readers …
Wow! What an honour. […]

LDV readers vote Peter Tatchell your Liberal Voice of the Year

by Stephen Tall on January 18, 2010

Congratulations to Peter Tatchell, who has won Liberal Democrat Voice’s third annual Liberal Voice of the Year award – an award which publicly acknowledges the campaigning work of non-Liberal Democrats in promoting liberal values. Peter gained a plurality of votes, with 27%; the runner-up was author and journalist Ben Goldacre, with 20%.
Over 700 votes were […]

LDV’s Liberal Voice poll: a two-horse race* between Tatchell and Goldacre?

by Stephen Tall on January 14, 2010

Five days ago, LDV launched our search for our annual Liberal Voice of the Year, open only to non-Lib Dems, with you, our dear readers, forming the electorate. Voting will close this Sunday, 17th January. Here’s how the votes currently stack up:

11% (69) – Guy Herbert, general secretary of NO2ID, for his campaigning work […]

Vote now for your Liberal Voice of the Year

by Stephen Tall on January 10, 2010

That’s the nub of my quick video message, below: You can vote over at Lib Dem Voice here. Enjoy reading this? Please like and share:

NEW POLL: Who is your Liberal Voice of the Year?

by Stephen Tall on January 9, 2010

Ten days ago, in the dying days of the last decade, LDV launched our search for the Liberal Voice of 2009, to find the non-Lib Dem individual or group which has had the biggest impact on liberalism in this country in the past 12 months.
Our thanks to all who put forward nominations, all of which […]