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On Farron’s lurch to the left

If you read some commentators, you’d think that in less than a week of leadership, Tim Farron had virtually turned us all into revolutionary socialists. Matt Dahan wrote a story for the Independent which suggested that Nick Clegg would be “shaking his … Continue reading

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Report shows how extensively this country fails vulnerable children

Yesterday the UK’s Children’s Commissioners published a joint report to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child. It makes very grim reading. If a child is poor, bullied, suffers mental ill health, gets involved with the criminal … Continue reading

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The big thing that worries me if Tim Farron is elected leader

If Tim Farron is elected leader on 16th July, it’ll be a huge thing for me to deal with. A rite of passage, even. For the first time, a leader of the Liberal Democrats will be younger than me. I … Continue reading

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