Monthly Archives: January 2014

Volunteercorps

The Ideas Factory is a chance for you to pitch your own idea of what should be in the next Liberal Democrat manifesto. The proposal here is not the policy of the Social Liberal Forum. We will however be passing

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Nick Clegg and today’s FT – by Gareth Epps

Today’s news that the Liberal Democrats have reviewed the pledge to cut the overall burden of taxation is timely and welcome. It was obvious that financial pressures were disproportionately hitting those on the lowest incomes, even before the start of

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Reinventing the State (for a tenner)

The new printing of Reinventing the State is now available for sale on the Methuen Bookshop at the special discount price of £10 including postage (RRP £14.99). Get your copy today!

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No turning back? A response to Compass

At the launch of the Social Liberal Forum in Harrogate, there was considerable enthusiasm among those attending for talking to people outside the Liberal Democrats where there is scope for developing policy ideas together. One organisation specifically suggested was Compass.

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Report from Social Liberal Forum Launch

The launch of the Social Liberal Forum in Harrogate was a truly excellent meeting – I don’t think I have ever come across so much enthusiasm at such an event. Kicking off the discussions, Matthew Sowemimo spoke with great conviction

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A ‘Citizen Endowment’ for an active and balanced democracy

The Ideas Factory is a chance for you to pitch your own idea of what should be in the next Liberal Democrat manifesto. The proposal here is not the policy of the Social Liberal Forum. We will however be passing

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A full-blooded commitment to going local

The Ideas Factory is a chance for you to pitch your own idea of what should be in the next Liberal Democrat manifesto. The proposal here is not the policy of the Social Liberal Forum. We will however be passing

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