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

7 December 1916: Asquith, Lloyd George and the crisis of Liberalism

An analysis of the partnership between the Liberal leaders which finally split under the strains of war

Tim Farron as Party Leader

Interview with Tim Farron MP on his period as Leader of the Liberal
Democrats, 2015–17

25 years of the Journal

The Journal team celebrate our hundredth issue

Asquith: friendship, love and betrayal

How did Liberal Prime Minister Asquith’s friendships and relationships affect his political decisions?

The Liberal Party and the trade unions in the 1870s

Did the Liberals miss an historical opportunity to become the party of organised labour and the trade unions in the 1870s?

Religion and politics in the Edwardian era

The experience of the Hampshire Congregationalists

Shirley Williams, the SDP and Europe

Interview with Shirley Williams

Liberal Parties in Europe

How the Liberal Party became committed to the European Union

The Liberal contribution to the Council of Europe

‘Pacifism is not enough; nor patriotism, either’

The life of Philip Kerr, Lord Lothian

The ‘European mind’ of late Victorian Liberalism

W. E. Gladstone and Joseph Chamberlain

Liberals, free trade and Europe

From Cobden to the Common Market

Lord Geraint of Ponterwyd

Biography of Geraint Howells

The same but different: Lib Dem members in 1999 and 2015

The characteristics of Liberal Democrat members analysed

En Marche! A new dawn for European liberalism?

An examination of the political background to Emmanuel Macron’s election as French President