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3 HOURS AGO - New Statesman

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“We aren’t dead”: the new Lib Dem president Sal Brinton on her party’s prospects

The Lib Dem peer who has just taken up the party's presidency talks electoral strategy, the Lord Rennard case, and why Nick Clegg shouldn't have made coalition look like “a marriage”. “Coalition is a contract, not a marriage”. Photo: YouTube screengrab “Congratulations, damn it!” This is the note Sal Brinton’s father, Tim, the former Conservative MP for Gravesham, sent with ...

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JAN 24, 2015 - New Statesman

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Labour needs more radical policies to avoid losing its base

The party's policies do not measure up to the needs of post-recession Britain. Ed Miliband talks to students during a press conference at Belfast Art College on January 22, 2015. Photograph: Getty Images. Labour isn’t just fighting to win on 7 May but is fighting for its long-term survival. Greece, Spain and, closer to home, Scotland show what happens when social democratic ...

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JAN 22, 2015 - American Prospect

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When Liberals Were Organized

This article appears in the Winter 2015 issue of The American Prospect magazine. Subscribe here. When Republicans took control of the House of Representatives in 1994 for the first time in 40 years, one of Speaker Newt Gingrich’s earliest moves was to end the public funding for the Democratic Study Group (DSG), a caucus of liberal Democrats that had been created ...

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JAN 21, 2015 - New Statesman

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On the road in Essex: how Labour is trying to woo young voters and combat Ukip

The shadow universities minister Liam Byrne is travelling around estuary England this week in his party’s bid to make a manifesto for young people. A Dix of Dagenham luxury Ford coach driving through Essex. Photo: Flickr/Sludge G It starts down in Wapping There ain't no stopping By-pass Barking and straight through Dagenham Down to Grays Thurrock And rather near Basildon ...

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JAN 19, 2015 - American Prospect

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Can Moral Mondays Produce Victorious Tuesdays?

PHOTOGRAPHS BY JENNY WARBURG This article appears in the Winter 2015 issue of The American Prospect magazine. Subscribe here. Derick Smith arrived at the kickoff site for North Carolina’s 2014 Moral March on a raw February morning. He zipped his brown thermal hoodie up to the neck and soaked in the view from Raleigh’s Shaw University. It was a human ...

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