A lifetime in Liberalism: where do we go now?

The fourth Viv Bingham Lecture, as delivered by Tony Greaves

Lloyd George’s presidency of the Board of Trade

A review of Lloyd George’s time at the Board of Trade, from 11 December 1905 to 8 April 1908

Welsh Liberal Party 1966–70

New beginnings and the challenge of Plaid Cymru

OId heroes for a new leader

Liberal Democrat leadership candidates’ historical heroes

‘Vote for Mr Crum and one other Liberal’

The origin of two 1874 election leaflets.

The long-lived Liberal Party of Canada

An examination of the history of the Canadian Liberal Party.

Writing about Paddy

A look at how Paddy Ashdown’s life and career were remembered and celebrated in the media.

Paddy Ashdown – An Appreciation

A recollection of the career of Paddy Ashdown, Leader of the Liberal Democrats 1988–99.

The historical Gladstone and the contemporary Gladstone

Gladstone’s library at Hawarden

The general election of 1874

Analysis of the reasons behind the crushing Liberal defeat in 1874

Saving Dunford House

The threat to Richard Cobden’s Sussex home

Jogging along by the Parliamentary train?

Gladstone’s first government and the House of Lords

Gladstone’s first ministry and Ireland

The Liberal government’s policy on Ireland

A Chapter of Autobiography as campaign document

Examination of the role played by the publication of Gladstone’s pamphlet during the 1868 election campaign

The general election of 1868

Discussion of the results of the election that brought the Liberals to power

Gladstone’s first government, 1868–74

Introduction to this special issue of the Journal of Liberal History, marking 150 years since William Ewart Gladstone first became prime minister

Interview with David Steel

David Steel on his recollections of Jeremy Thorpe

The 1924 Labour Government and the Failure of the Whips

The party whips, the collapse of the government and the decline of the Liberal Party