Biography of Lloyd George’s private secretary, A. J. Sylvester (1889-1989).
Geraint Howells (1925-2004) interviewed in 2003.
How close were the Liberals to backing the King’s cause during the abdication crisis in December 1936?
Wilhelm von Humboldt and early German Liberalism.
Jo Grimond honoured in St Andrews.
Liberal wins against the odds at general elections.
Report of the Liberal Democrat History Group meeting, March 2004 in Southport, with Sir Trevor Jones and Cllr Mike Storey.
Speeches and names (Michael Meadowcroft); Counterfactuals (Andrew Hudson); Spectacular victories (Larry Iles); Auntie Nell, the mole (Anne Roberts).
Interview with Tony Greaves.
Religion and politics. The impact of the Bradlaugh case on the Berwick-upon-Tweed by-elections of 1880 and 1881.
Appreciation of the life of the historian and Liberal Democrat peer (and Honorary President of the History Group).
Cobden’s critique of British imperialism.
Argues that the SDP ultimately failed because its strategy was fundamentally flawed.
The careers of social reformers and committed Liberals Joseph (1836-1925) and Seebohm (1871-1954) Rowntree.
The Beveridge archives at the London School of Economics Library.
Interview with Tom McNally.
Report of the Liberal Democrat History Group meeting at Bournemouth, September 2004, with Dick Taverne, Shirley Williams and Peter Riddell.
Liberalism in the 1920s (Jaime Reynolds); Hair in history (Tim Hill); Liberalism in Liverpool (Michael Meadowcroft).
Update on voting behaviour of Liberal Democrat MPs.
Biography of Raymond Jones (1883-1948), constituency organiser, election agent and parliamentary candidate.