He claims only his party is the home of “decent liberal values”, pays tribute to Charles Kennedy and pledges a return to power.
Posts Tagged: Tim Farron MP
The Lib Dems’ big beasts outnumber their smaller creatures.
The last attempt at reviving the Social Democrat experiment was New Labour. Now those same people face exile under Corbyn.
Cameron increasingly talks as though it’s the latter. This may not be wise.
Benefits, housing, environmentalism, immigration, civil liberties and, of course, Europe.
Low taxes for low income earners, the Northern Powerhouse, devolution and… Halfonism.
Tim Farron intends to target centre-Left voters – the very people who will never forgive his evasions on sin and sexuality,
Why and how the Conservatives should work with the Lib Dems in this Parliament.
And much will depend on whether the Liberal Democrats could give either major party enough votes for a sustainable majority.
Plus: My Big Fat New Wedding. An invitation to Roger Bird. And: Happy New Year to you all. P.S: Here is my, er, prediction success rate for last year.
The Business Secretary consolidates his lead in the most-disliked stakes.
Stephen Tall: A spectre haunts the Lib Dems. Actually, scratch that. At least five spectres haunt the Lib Dems.
The reality is that there is no easy bounce-back recovery for the Lib Dems. It’s going to be a long, hard slog. And that’s the best case scenario.
Plus: The whitest party conference I’ve ever been to; Where will Carswell sit? Bombing ISIS in Syria; and publishing a book without having read a page of it.
…but their call for reform does shift them towards Ed Miliband’s party. Question is, will they move even closer next year?
He would find it hard to sell a second Lib/Con coalition to his party…or to serve in a Lib/Lab coalition as Deputy Prime Minister.