It is increasingly clear that the Westminster bubble cannot shield itself from the debate on drug reform much longer.
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The Liberal Democrats have been the only party not to get dragged into silly debates about immigration numbers.
The most likely scenario in 2015 is a hung-parliament. Policymakers should be considering how they deal with that reality.
Sadly, an attempt to challenge lazy and dangerous anti-Muslim stereotypes has ended up reinforcing them.
Here are some basics from the world of law and policy on sexual harassment and violence, which are worth bearing in mind in reviewing procedures.
The Liberal Democrats have received just 15 votes in a council byelection in the Kingswood ward in Corby after the sitting councillor stepped down due to health problems.
Liberal Democrat peers opposed a move to make fuel poverty a factor for the government to consider when in makes energy policy.
The argument for keeping the Trident nuclear deterrent boils down to the following: by getting rid of Trident Britain will lose its position as a leading world power; it will also leave the country open to attack by hostile powers.
Further questions must now be raised about the competence of the Liberal Democrats in Scotland as one of its leading members urged a Scottish minister not to politicise the Royal Highland Show despite one of the party’s own MEPs launching the ‘Rural Better Together’ campaign at the very same show.