The Liberal Democrat leader is pressed by Marr on his party’s commitment to free speech on this issue, and tries to evade the issue.
Posts Tagged: Sir Ed Davey MP
WATCH: ‘People thought Boris couldn’t be beaten, we’ve shown they can.’ Davey on Chesham and Amersham.
Lib Dem leader says Conservatives “have taken people for granted” who feel Johnson is “not in tune with traditional Tory values”.
The leader is encouraged by where the party made gains in the UK.
The miscarriage of justice was technically caused by technology – but actually came down to human greed and arrogance.
The unenviable role of humourless teacher trying to discipline an impudent schoolboy was played by the Leader of the Opposition.
The party leader takes refuge in the claim that this campaigning furthers community outreach during Covid.
“Some of them have had to sign contracts for accommodation – so it’s quite a complicated issue, and I don’t see the Government talking about it at all.”
WATCH: The idea that Britain will revisit Brexit within two or three years is “for the birds”, says Davey
“The issue is can we have good relations with our European neighbours…I want to be as close to them as possible.”
Aphra Brandreth: Davey would take the Lib Dems backwards; Moran to the Left. But whichever direction, does it matter?
Until they are prepared to set out a future that is both workable and distinct, they are unlikely to have much of a voice in this Parliament or the next.
Those caught carrying acid to be imprisoned on the first offence, not the second. Yet the Lib Dems want to weaken the penalties.
Plus: Why the BBC must keep Neil. Why I’m leaving Lloyds. And: three hours with the LibDem leadership candidates.
Exactly a decade after forming a government with the Conservatives, the Liberal Democrats are languishing on the political fringes – where did it all go wrong?
Richard Holden: Labour has socially distanced from voters in my seat – and others in the north and midlands. Starmer won’t change that.
The party is pinned down where it feels at home – in its new heartlands of central London, the middle of major cities and the University towns.
“We’ve seen Denmark, Poland and France say that the Government support they’re giving to business shouldn’t to these firms.”
Two extreme versions of what happens next in Britain. Events are more likely to end up somewhere in the middle.