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Women aren't confident abuse in Westminster has been stopped

Women aren't confident abuse in Westminster has been stopped

Three women who have made allegations against politicians tell the Guardian political parties have ignored the issue for decadesWomen at the heart of the Westminster sexual harassment scandal have
Lib Dem Lord investigated over breaching data protection laws claims

Lib Dem Lord investigated over breaching data protection laws claims

The Lib Dems have previously campaigned to safeguard data and privacy.
How to end speculation and squalor in housing | Letters

How to end speculation and squalor in housing | Letters

Readers suggest boosting provincial centres, controlling rents, greater regulation of landlords, and minimum incomesAnn Pettifor (Journal, 27 January) identifies several important strategies for
Lib Dem deputy leader reveals she was ‘almost raped’ by university friend

Lib Dem deputy leader reveals she was ‘almost raped’ by university friend

Jo Swinson is calling for better sex education after opening up about her 'close call'.
Local election results show mixed results for Tories and Labour

Local election results show mixed results for Tories and Labour

With 150 councils and 4,000 seats being counted, results are still trickling in for the local elections.
Jeremy Corbyn urged to clarify Labour's position on Brexit

Jeremy Corbyn urged to clarify Labour's position on Brexit

‘Hard work’ to stop anti-hard Brexit voters turning to Lib Dems for Lewisham byelectionThe Labour leadership faces mounting pressure to clarify its position on Brexit after the local party in Lewisham
Lib Dems propose land-buying agency to boost house building

Lib Dems propose land-buying agency to boost house building

State-backed British Housing Company would compulsorily purchase land at low cost Vince Cable is to propose a state-backed agency to compulsorily purchase land for building and call for measures to
MPs call for changes to electoral system after Vote Leave broke rules

MPs call for changes to electoral system after Vote Leave broke rules

Letter to John Bercow signed by 45 MPs says existing fines are regarded as ‘simply the cost of doing business’More than 40 MPs have called for far-reaching changes to the UK’s electoral system, which
The Lib Dems can heal Britain's economic divide – here's how | Vince Cable

The Lib Dems can heal Britain's economic divide – here's how | Vince Cable

Our bold proposals would raise £15bn per year, which we would use to revive public services and create a citizens’ wealth fundMuch of the anger in today’s politics stems from an ongoing stagnation in
The Lib Dems can heal Britain's economic divide – here's how | Vince Cable

The Lib Dems can heal Britain's economic divide – here's how | Vince Cable

Our bold proposals would raise £15bn per year, which we would use to revive public services and create a citizens’ wealth fundMuch of the anger in today’s politics stems from an ongoing stagnation in
The Guardian view on the Lib Dems: missing their moment | Editorial

The Guardian view on the Lib Dems: missing their moment | Editorial

With Labour moving left and the Tories turning right, there ought to be room in the centre of British politics. Yet the Liberal Democrats are struggling to appear relevantOne side-effect of the
Almost half of voters say they would vote for new party in election

Almost half of voters say they would vote for new party in election

Neither Tories nor Labour offer a strong leader according to voters, Observer poll findsAbout two in five voters would be highly likely to vote for a new party in the political centre ground at a
The centre ground of politics has become the no man’s land few dare to cross

The centre ground of politics has become the no man’s land few dare to cross

The only advantage of being stuck in no man's land is that the bullets flying over your head aren't aiming at you.
Migration report plans could increase labour shortages, business leaders say - Politics live

Migration report plans could increase labour shortages, business leaders say - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenSummary of key points from MAC report on EU migration in UK 4.56pm BST Here is an extract from the MAC report summarising what it
Vince Cable to tell Lib Dem party conference Brexiteers are having ‘erotic spasm’ over leaving EU

Vince Cable to tell Lib Dem party conference Brexiteers are having ‘erotic spasm’ over leaving EU

He will make the remarks at the end of the Lib Dem party conference.
Facebook hires 'one of the least popular party leaders in modern British history' to fix its image

Facebook hires 'one of the least popular party leaders in modern British history' to fix its image

Facebook has hired the former UK Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg as its head of global affairs and communications. The former Liberal Democrat politician will be relocating to Silicon Valley in the
Facebook hires Nick Clegg as head of global affairs

Facebook hires Nick Clegg as head of global affairs

Former UK deputy PM says he ‘will no longer seek to play a public role’ in Brexit debateFacebook has hired Sir Nick Clegg, the former UK deputy prime minister, as its head of global policy and
Who Is Nick Clegg? Left-wing, Anti-Brexit Former UK Deputy PM Hired as Facebook's Global Comms Chief

Who Is Nick Clegg? Left-wing, Anti-Brexit Former UK Deputy PM Hired as Facebook's Global Comms Chief

Sir Nick Clegg, the left-wing former Deputy Prime Minister hired as vice-president of global affairs and communications by Facebook, has a long history public controversy, and has previously had harsh