New history of the Scottish Liberal Party; corrigenda
Obituary of Bill Pitt; events at Gladstone’s Library
Directory of election candidates; in memory of Sandy Waugh
Major new resource for students of Liberal history; Election song
Trevor Jones – an appreciation; meetings schedule; on this day in Liberal history
The Gladstone Umbrella; Survey of subscribers; Volunteers wanted for digitising tapes; On this day in Liberal history
Shirley Williams retires; Liberal Democrat conference, September 2015; Former ministers give candid interviews on their time in office; On this day in Liberal history.
Obituary: Lord Mackie of Benshie; Obituary: Patrick Jackson; Taped interviews; Biography of Rufus Isaacs; Scottish Liberal Party’s evidence to the Royal Commission on the Constitution; Sir Edward Grey; On this day in Liberal history
Huddersfield West 1964: a review note; 2015 Orpington dinner; On this day in Liberal history.
Chamberlain conference; Information wanted; Correction (Manchester); On this day in history.
The Jews and Liberalism (1928 Liberal pamphlet); On this day in history.
Jo Grimond centenary – Orkney weekend, 18-19 May; Viscount Bryce blue plaque unveiled in Belfast; On Liberties: Victorian Liberals and their legacies; Liberal Democrat History Group website.
Lloyd George commemorations; plaque to Lord john Russell; Gladstone statue unveiled in Seaforth.
History Group plaque; PhD in political history; Archiving the ‘Red Guard’; The Liberal Party, Unionism and political culture.
Neville Masterman; new online resources at the Bodleian Library
Jo Grimond honoured in St Andrews.
A new regular feature in the Journal, reporting news of meetings, conferences, commemorations, dinners or any other event, together with anything else of contemporary interest to our readers.
Gladstone bicentenary; Gladstone and Bulgaria; Gladstone bicentenary event in Edinburgh; What would Gladstone think?; New on the History Group website
Lloyd George book launch; Song for Francis Hirst; George Newnes: Liberal press baron.
Roy Hattersley lectures at Aberytswyth; Community politics forty years on; Who killed the News Chronicle?