That tuition fees promise: what new research shows about the lessons to learn
There was a weird role reversal at the heart of the Liberal Democrat decisions over tuition fees in 2010, as Chris Butler's academic research reveals. So I invited him on Never Mind The Bar Charts to discuss what he has found, the lessons for the Liberal Democrats and the implications more generally about what makes for successful political parties.
Myth busting media coverage of election campaigns and social media
The origins and course of pro-Europeanism in the Lib Dems
Culture wars, Brexit and electoral reform, with Rob Ford
Who is going to win the US Presidency?
Lib Dem European policy, how the leadership election went and more
The future for liberalism, with David Howarth
Giving the Liberals direction, purpose and ambition: lessons from David Steel's leadership
Compulsory voting: how it happened in Australia, and could it happen in the UK?
Where next for the Liberal Democrats? What the data says, with Tim Bale
Will British politics become less volatile, and how important is ideology? Interview with Professor Jane Green
If the Liberal Democrats were to have an anthem, the song I'd pick is...
What really happens at the grassroots when political parties push new ways of campaigning?
Saving the party from disaster: lessons from Jo Grimond for the Liberal Democrats
What we can learn from Republicans campaigning against President Donald Trump
The virtues of Marmite: Tim Farron's advice on being a Liberal Democrat party leader
Making the Liberal Democrats win more elections - with Cllr Lisa Smart
Good News, Bad News
The five things an opposition party must do: interview with Tim Bale
Party leadership, online conferences and the election review