Journal of Liberal Democrat History 22 – Special issue: Liberals and Nationalists
Sometimes allies, sometimes enemies: the history of relations between Scottish Liberals and Scottish Nationalists.
The history of the post-war Welsh Liberal tradition.
Examines the development of the Scottish Liberal Democrats and assesses whether the party can emerge from the fringes of Scottish politics to become an important player in the Scottish Parliament.
The fight for an independent Cumberland.
Examination of the historical links between Liberalism and nationalists in Cornwall.
The political career of David Murray, one politician who epitomised the relationship between Liberals and Nationalists in Scotland.
Liberals in the balance (Tony Little); Was Grimond a ‘great man’? (Lord Beaumont of Whitley).
Review of Alan O'Day, Irish Home Rule 1867-1921 (Manchester University Press, 1998).
Review of David Stemp, Three Acres and a Cow: The life and works of Eli Hamshire.
Review of Duncan Brack et al (eds.), Dictionary of Liberal Biography (Politico's Publishing, 1998).