Tag Archives: policy

If Labour won’t listen to Arnie Graf, should the Liberal Democrats?

Yesterday’s Guardian had a very interesting interview with Arnie Graf, a veteran community organiser from Chicago who Ed Miliband brought in to advise on how to change the way the Labour Party works to make it more effective. Graf produced a report with various recommendations on how to improve the way the party works, but […]

Whatever happened to persuasion?

Hopi Sen has written an interesting blog post on how Labour adopting the policies desired by some of their lost voters would be a disaster for the country. I was thinking about this issue at the weekend, after reading on the SNP voting to change their policy on whether an independent Scotland being a member […]

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Though it is a comment, from a Lib Dem Voice thread on Conference accreditation: It sometimes strikes me that some people see winning elections as an end in itself, without giving very much thought about why you are trying to win them or what you should do when you have. And paradoxically, it’s that kind […]