Launched Easter term in 2019.

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For the love of Dr Philip Lee, MP (Liberal Democrat) By Becky Grubb
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For the love of Dr Philip Lee, MP (Liberal Democrat) By Becky Grubb

For the love of Dr Philip Lee, MP (Liberal Democrat) By Becky Grubb On a Wednesday evening, liberals from across...
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Port & Pomposity: my evening with CUCA (★★☆☆☆) By Laurence van Someren

Port & Pomposity: my evening with CUCA (★★☆☆☆) Laurence van Someren went to Port & Policy so that you don’t...
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The Lib Dem Surge
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The Lib Dem Surge

The local elections were even better for the Liberal Democrats than they looked on paper By Gabriel Barton-Singer With 704...
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Let’s make “British” liberal again
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Let’s make “British” liberal again

Let’s make “British” liberal again by Henry Wright What went wrong What would you say if you had to define your...
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The Case for Evidence-Based Policy
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The Case for Evidence-Based Policy

The Case for Evidence-Based Policy by Peter McLaughlin (Membership & Alumni Officer 2019/20) We liberals are very proud of our commitment...
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