LIB DEM business minister Jenny Willott was the highest-profile casualty of the general election in Wales, writes Luke James.
Ms Willott paid the price for her party propping up the Tories as an 11 per cent swing to Labour saw Jo Stevens claim the seat.
Lib Dem campaigners had...
Saturday 9th May 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
“GRANT SHAPPS is a fine man and has never done anything dodgy,” Lib Dem campaign chief Paddy Ashdown has declared.
Mr Ashdown lavished Mr Shapps with praise after the Tory chairman was accused of editing his own Wikipedia entry under an pseudonymous profile named...
Thursday 23rd Apr 2015
John Haylett talks to Labour stalwart, trade unionist and sport fanatic JO STEVENS as she fights
to win Cardiff Central amid Lib Dem smears and dirty tactics
posted by Morning Star in Features
NICK CLEGG is among six Lib Dem MPs who could lose their seats amid a student backlash over tuition fees, according to a poll published today.
The Student Politics survey shows Lib Dem support has fallen by two-thirds since the party’s leaders broke their pledge.
Monday 20th Apr 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain
OVER 830,000 people fell off the electoral roll last year when the Lib Dems changed the registration method, official statistics revealed yesterday.
The slump in the number of people registered to vote between 2013 and 2014 was revealed just four days before this year’s general...
Friday 17th Apr 2015
FOOTBALL ACTION NETWORK will protest at the headquarters of Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the Conservatives tomorrow and hand over its The Game is Our Game manifesto.
There has been continued calls to make Premier League teams pay staff the living wage and invest more into their...
posted by Morning Star in Sport
STUDENTS have vowed today to make the general election “payback time” for Lib Dem MPs who broke their pledge to vote against higher tuition fees.
The National Union of Students (NUS) has launched an eye-catching advertising campaign calling on seven million students to...
Thursday 16th Apr 2015
THERE must be a limit to Nick Clegg's chutzpah, but, judging by his breathtaking comments at the Liberal Democrats' manifesto launch, he hasn't reached it yet.
He is intent on presenting whatever depleted band of MPs his party has on May 8 as a coalition partner for either Ed Miliband...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
No 2 keeps ‘better economy’ in his empty yellow suitcase
Friday 20th Mar 2015
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Deputy PM faces flash occupation reminder of tuition fees U-turn, by Joana Ramiro and Peter Lazenby
Thursday 5th Mar 2015