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post 09 September 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Will 'almost federal' offer to Scots change votes?

You find quite a few late-surge yes supporters saying they wish that devo max had been on the ballot paper.

post 08 September 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Will devolution process turn 'switherers'?

Labour decided the best interests of the cross-party agreement on fast-tracked devolution would be served if they slipped the announcement out early from the lips of Gordon Brown.

article 05 September 2014 Politics
The Liberal Democrats and Conservatives have clashed over a Commons bill that is seeking to reform the government's so-called
Coalition split over controversial 'bedroom tax'

The Liberal Democrats and Conservatives clash over a Commons bill that is seeking to reform the government's so-called "bedroom tax".

article 02 September 2014 UK, Scotland
Support for Scottish independence rises two weeks ahead of an historic referendum on leaving the UK, according to a new poll (Getty)
Poll shows rise in support for Scottish independence

Support for Scottish independence rises two weeks ahead of an historic referendum on leaving the UK, according to a new poll.

post 20 August 2014
Read more on Michael's blog Is the Lord Rennard affair really over for the Lib Dems?

It's hard to believe that at some point in the next year or two, Lord Rennard won't try to slip back into at least one of his old roles, despite the assurances of the top brass.

article 20 August 2014 UK
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Lib Dems lift Lord Rennard's suspension

The Liberal Democrats lift Lord Rennard's suspension from the party. But one alleged victim of sexual harassment, who resigned when he was not expelled, says they are failing to stand up for women.

video 03 August 2014 UK

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Compensation for 'garden city' neighbours? - video

Homeowners could be compensated by the state if the value of their property falls as a result of the building of new garden cities, says Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg. James Blake reports.

article 22 July 2014 UK
Left to right: David Davis MP and Tom Watson MP (pictures: Getty)
Two MPs to sue government over data law 'stitch-up'

Two MPs, Tom Watson and David Davis, are to sue the government for introducing "ridiculous" emergency legislation allowing police and security services access to people's phone and internet records.

post 02 July 2014
Read more on Cathy Newman's blog Leaving the Lib Dems - senior woman quits over Rennard

Channel 4 can reveal that Susan Gaszczak, who holds an influential position as chair of the Lib Dems' conference committee, is tearing up her membership card.