Next week, Saturday 1 November, will be the Liberal Democrats' Yorkshire and Humber Regional Conference, to be held at Sheffield Cathedral Conference Centre, Sheffield Cathedral, Church Street, Sheffield S1 1HA.
An online campaigner has already written about which lessons online campaigners and fundraisers can learn from it. The main idea is that fundraising and campaigning should go together.
The next issue of Liberator poses the same six questions to all three Lib Dem presidential candidates.
Julia Goldsworthy ... said that policymakers find it difficult to understand and respond to the "elusive generation", but that there were things Government could do. ... Insisting on paragraphs of small print at the bottom of credit card bills is pointless if young people don't understand how their debts actually mount up.
There's more to not leaking private conversations than good manners: itís also good sense.
In this time of great financial uncertainty, Nick Clegg's endorsement of 'credit freezes' for all - the ability for individuals to lock and unlock their own credit records - last week in Cambridge may not have received much media coverage. It should have.
Liberal Democrats have been successful in Sutton, the longest-held Liberal Democrat council in the country, by "marbling themselves throughout the borough, joining residents associations and other community groups, delivering leaflets that were not overtly party political and being seen as working hard for their neighbours rather than for a party."
It is not often that one turns for philosophical rigour to the early writings of Tony Blair. Yet compare and contrast the essays Blair brought out as a young leader of the opposition on the brink of the 1997 general election ... with Cameron on Cameron .... Leave aside the grubby revelation that Cameron was paid £20,000 for this, and look at the intellectual depth - or not.
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