The Liberal Democrats want to turn mothers into baby incubators.
Posts Tagged: Liberal Democrats
1923-24 reminds one of the intricate relationship between conservatism, liberalism and the Conservative Party, a story that is far from over.
With shameless courage the Deputy Prime Minister exposed Labour’s vacuity
John Major, William Hague, Michael Howard, David Cameron – all promised to win over new converts, all ended up preaching to the choir. And still no sign of the promised land: an outright majority.
The opportunity to blame the Conservatives was handed to him on a platter – tellingly, he didn’t take it.
James Wharton MP: Despite the delaying tactics of Labour and the Lib Dems, my EU referendum Bill rolls on
The people deserve a say on our membership of the EU – and Conservative MPs are helping to deliver one.
Adam Afriyie MP: My amendment was defeated, but a 2014 referendum would still have been the best approach
Conservatives are united in favour of giving the people a say – but this result will boost UKIP.
Neither the Conservatives nor Labour have the capacity to replicate the American President’s campaigning success of 2012 in our own election of 2015
WATCH: James Wharton says Conservative MPs are “disciplined and focused” in support of his referendum Bill
…while Lib Dem Martin Horwood still won’t say if he supports it or not.
The Defence Secretary denies he is stifling debate, and attacks “misdirected individuals”
A typical undecided voter is around twice as likely to be female than male, and is most likely to be aged between 25-39 years old
On Free Schools and localism, Clegg isn’t waving a liberal banner – he’s exhibiting his own confusion
The Deputy Prime Minister is incapable of deciding whether he trusts headteachers or wants to dictate to them.
The Lib Dems have been kind enough to give us that public row over green taxes – but will they buckle?
Clegg has no desire to become infamous as the man who blocked a cut to everyone’s energy bills.
State school can have class teachers teach modern languages who have absolutely no experience speaking the language at all. According to Nick Clegg it is okay.
Were the next election to produce a hung Parliament, Browne would surely urge the formation of a second blue-yellow coalition.