By reopening the British National Overseas Passport and extending it to give the city state's citizens the right to live here permanently, the Liberal Democrats will send a clear and overdue message to Beijing
Even Labour voters know the Lib Dems are the best means of taking seats from the Tories in this election
A lot of Remain voters simply don’t trust Corbyn’s Labour on Brexit, which they believe he’d be rather happy to see happen.
Jo Swinson has a greater mandate than any Liberal Democrat leader to participate in televised debates
The Liberal Democrats have long pushed for a People’s Vote. But without the numbers in parliament, the only option left for Remainers is to support a general election before the government’s withdrawal bill can pass
Dark and dangerous threats against MPs like me are a sign No10 and Cummings are getting utterly brazen
It is a right wing, nationalist government's attempt to suppress dissent
There are many problems with the prime minister’s blueprint, which is even worse than his predecessor’s, but it is worth focusing on the most crucial areas
The Lib Dems aren’t standing in the way of Corbyn leading caretaker government – his lack of a majority is
Lyndon B Johnson famously said that the first rule of politics was being able to count. Senior Labour folk peddling the myth that we’re holding him back are clearly struggling to do so
With a possible end to the era of Netanyahu in Israel, we must redouble efforts to push for a two-state solution
The election results demonstrate that things are shifting in Israeli politics.
Parliament wasn’t always this dysfunctional – but in just five years, it’s been completely broken by Brexit
Go back just four years and parliament was working well. But laws are no longer being passed, and Prime Minister's Questions has descended into a low-grade circus
Research shows that Labour is being taken over by alarming authoritarian impulses. Now it’s collapsing into bitter infighting, and progressive social democrats feel safer elsewhere
Under Jo Swinson's premiership we can breathe a progressive breath of fresh air into British foreign policy, revive our reputation on the world stage, and get on with helping to improve the lives of those across the world
The Labour and Tory parties are dead. For politically homeless centrists, that might be a good thing
While Corbyn has refused to adopt a clear position on Brexit, Johnson has reconfigured the party to the populist right. There’s no place for moderates in either camp.