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Wollaston and Corbyn the good, the bad and the ugly

Two pieces of news have dominated politics today. The fact that Dr Sarah Wollaston has joined the Liberal Democrats and that Jeremy Corbyn has partly come off the fence that he has been sitting on for three years and is … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the approach to an NOC Parliament

Dear Jo, Ever since you were elected last Monday, I have been tempted to do a bit of mansplaining to assist you in your new role! However, you will be pleased to know that I have resisted the idea largely … Continue reading

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A tale of two Leaders

In the space of two days two of the Country’s three main Parties will have chosen a new Leader. Here’s my take on the new Lib Dem Leader and the likely new Leader of the Tory Party. Meanwhile Labour staggers … Continue reading

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Labour Party falls apart every day

If ever there was a seminal week in the decline of the once great Labour Party, I suspect this last week will be regarded as the one. Let’s just consider: 67 Labour Peers, all of whom have given many years’ … Continue reading

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Draining the British Swamp

It’s not been a good week for British politics has it?! Our Ambassador to the USA was forced to resign because Johnson wouldn’t publicly support him for doing the job we paid him to do. Labour anti-Semitism was exposed in … Continue reading

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What happens the day after the next General Election?

In a recent Blog I spoke about the potential end of two-Party politics. Since then we have had three more opinion polls with Lib Dems ranging from first with 30% to fourth with 19%. What doesn’t change is the fact … Continue reading

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Radical Policies and Persuasive, Angry Voices – Next Steps for the Lib Dems

When I joined the Liberal Party in 1967, I did not do it because I wanted a career in politics or a safe seat. Just as well really as I would have been doomed to eternal disappointment. I joined because … Continue reading

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