Category: Revitalising Liberal Democracy

“It’s the economy, stupid”.  There is now an almost unanimous consensus that the next government, in less than 12 months from now, will inherit a daunting…

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Did you see it? The cheering crowds, the children with their little flags, the tear and the kiss? Maybe you didn’t, because you have an…

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Living abroad, I am bombarded with news about how badly Britain is faring (the latest being the post office scandal and the continuing tortuous debates…

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Ed Davey, the Lib Dem leader, seems to be being set up to take the rap for the Post Office scandal, following the television drama…

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Over the last few weeks, I have been told with increasing certainty that the government is now working towards a general election in late Spring/early…

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In 2021, we chose “Change” as our Word of the Year, quoting Vladimir Ilyich Lenin:  “There are decades when nothing happens, then there are weeks when decades…

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Every Parliamentary candidate should have to complete a formal application to show that they understand what it means – and are qualified – to be…

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For our last Chart of the Month for this year we have collated some information on how much progress the world has made over the…

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How we could choose better MPs? We first started thinking about what made a good MP in Autumn 2019, just a few weeks as it…

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We are governed by a grim bunch of numpties, a whole wheelbarrow full of them. It is hard to think of a less competent government…

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Here is peculiarity for us to ponder over Christmas. Why is it that those who are keenest to claim they are ‘defending science’ quite so…

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When Robert F. Kennedy Jr. first announced that he was standing for the nomination for the US  presidency, he promised that – if he got…

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