Posts Tagged “liberal voice 2010”

LDV readers vote Aung San Suu Kyi your Liberal Voice of the Year

by Stephen Tall on January 10, 2011

Congratulations to Aung San Suu Kyi, who has won Liberal Democrat Voice’s fourth annual Liberal Voice of the Year award – an award which publicly acknowledges the campaigning work of non-Liberal Democrats in promoting liberal values. She gained a plurality of votes, with 22%; the runner-up was Prime Minister David Cameron (assisted by some right-wing […]

Why Cameron’s a credible candidate for 2010?s Liberal Voice award

by Stephen Tall on January 3, 2011

Lib Dem Voice is currently running our fourth annual Liberal Voice of the Year poll. The purpose of this award since we launched it in 2006 has been to find a liberal from beyond the ranks of the Lib Dems — a Good Thing for a party committed to pluralism. Equally traditionally, this has attracted […]

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

by Stephen Tall on January 1, 2011

Earlier this week, in the dying days of the last decade, we launched our search for the Liberal Voice of 2010, to find the individual or group which has had the biggest impact on liberalism in the past 12 months. And as is our tradition, we’re looking beyond the ranks of the Lib Dems to […]