Brexit, the Lib Dems and the Second Referendum

I joined the Liberal Democrats in 2015, before the Brexit referendum had been called. As a new member of the party at that point, I was proud of the party’s stance on the EU, and fervently supported the Remain campaign. I found it deeply frustrating that Jeremy Corbyn, the Leader of the Opposition, seemed satisfied… Continue reading Brexit, the Lib Dems and the Second Referendum

Dissecting the General Election – Part One

Firstly, let me congratulate the 12(!) Liberal Democrat MPs who will be representing us in this Parliament, however long the term may be. It was a huge achievement in the current political climate for the party to increase its number of MPs by 50% on the previous General Election, and it’s testament to the hard… Continue reading Dissecting the General Election – Part One