Monday, 19 April 2010

The Nick Clegg effect

According to recent polls the debates have increased public support for Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg.
Here are some useful sites for finding out more about who he is and what he stands for!
His Official web site has a biography, recent calendars of events and press releases. You can also read the party manifesto
The Guardian Aristotle (which is a useful site for getting factual information on all UK MPs) has a profile and voting history.
Consumer watchdog They work for you - covers very similar ground with voting record, lists of appearance and expenses statistics
Liberator magazine has some headlines
For discussion and debate from a Liberal Democrat party prespective some sites to try are: Lib Dem Blogs which aggregates discussion from party supporters
Very similarly Libdem Voice also contains recent postings from key blogs
Next left blog from the Fabian Society
regularly contains related materials on the left, socialism and Liberalism.
The Beveridge Group exists to promote discussion among Liberal Democrats of how policies in the Social Liberal tradition of Lloyd George, Keynes, Beveridge and their radical Liberal roots, can best be adapted to the needs and challenges of the 21st Century. Its website also has discussion
Centreforum is a major Liberal think tank. Its website currently contains discussion of what the Libdems would do in the event of a hung parliament.
download this report on whether they could work with the conservatives in a hung parliament. For instance you can download this pamphlet

Finally you can browse a catalogue of websites related to the UK Lib Dems on Intute

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