Monthly Archives: November 2014

Vow Max? Has Smith delivered for Scotland and what about Yorkshire and the North of England?

In the febrile pre-referendum atmosphere, the Daily Record put together a “Vow” signed by all 3 UK party leaders to deliver “extensive” powers for Scotland in the event of a No vote. There would always have been further devolution. This “Vow” just … Continue reading

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Spirited campaigner, wise strategist, persuasive spokesperson, team builder and great motivator – why the Liberal Democrats need Daisy Cooper as President

I first met Daisy Cooper in Portcullis House in December 2012 after we had been elected to the Federal Executive and had been invited, like the first day at school, for tea with the headmaster. The headmaster in this case … Continue reading

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