Posts Tagged “party president”

It’s 8 May 2015. Nick Clegg’s resigned. Who speaks for the Lib Dems?

by Stephen Tall on September 9, 2014

Imagine the following scenario… At the next general election, 7th May 2015, there is a hung parliament in which the Lib Dems hold the balance of power. However, the party doesn’t do very well. Nick Clegg resigns as party leader, or at (…)

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LDV survey: what party members want from the Lib Dem president

by Stephen Tall on September 21, 2010

Lib Dem Voice has polled our members-only forum to discover what Lib Dem members think of the early race for the party presidency, the London mayoral selection, Trident, and the Labour leadership. Over 400 party members have responded, and we’re currently publishing the full results. With the election for party president in the offing, Lib […]

EXCLUSIVE: Lib Dem party presidency – first poll of Lib Dem members

by Stephen Tall on September 21, 2010

Lib Dem Voice has polled our members-only forum to discover what Lib Dem members think of the early race for the party presidency, the London mayoral selection, Trident, and the Labour leadership. Over 400 party members have responded, and we’ll be publishing the full results of our survey in the next couple of days. A […]

Party Presidency, rumour-mill update

by Stephen Tall on September 16, 2010

It’s less than a week since Baroness (Ros) Scott announced she would not be standing for a second term as President of the Lib Dems, the only post directly elected by all party members other than that of Leader. But with nominations closing in less than a fortnight — and 200 nominations to be secured […]

Who do you think should stand for the Lib Dem presidency (and what should they do if elected)?

by Stephen Tall on September 11, 2010

Ros Scott’s announcement that she is standing down from the position of party president has come as a surprise to Lib Dem members. First, because it has become almost traditional for party presidents to serve two terms — Ros’s three predecessors, Simon Hughes, Lord Dholakia and Lord Maclennan all served two terms each, unchallenged. Secondly, […]

EXCLUSIVE: Ros Scott announces no permanent replacement for Rennard as Lib Dem Chief Exec 'til 2010

by Stephen Tall on June 12, 2009

Here’s the statement from Baroness (Ros) Scott, Lib Dem party president: After some considerable deliberation, the Leader, the Chair of the FFAC and I have decided not to proceed immediately with the appointment of a new permanent Chief Executive to (…)

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