In this issue: 25 years of the Journal; Interview: Tim Farron as party leader; 7 December 1916: Asquith, Lloyd George and the crisis of Liberalism (Kenneth O. Morgan); The 1924 Labour government and the failure of the whips (Michael Meadowcroft); Review of Laws, Coalition and Coalition Diaries 2012–2015; Votes for women – meeting report and book reviews; Meeting report: The 1918 coupon election and its consequences; Review of A Very English Scandal and interview with David Steel about his recollections of Jeremy Thorpe.
The <i>Journal</i> team celebrate our hundredth issue.
Liberal Party Council (John Smithson).
Interview with Tim Farron MP on his period as Leader of the Liberal Democrats, 2015–17.
An analysis of the partnership between the Liberal leaders which finally split under the strains of war.
The party whips, the collapse of the government and the decline of the Liberal Party.
Review of David Laws, Coalition (Biteback Publishing, 2016) and Coalition Diaries 2012–2015 (Biteback Publishing, 2017).
Report of the conference fringe meeting, 9 March 2018, with Krista Cowman and Jo Swinson MP; chair: Elizabeth Jewkes.
Review of Diane Atkinson, Rise Up Women! The Remarkable Lives of the Suffragettes (Bloomsbury, 2018); Jane Robinson, Hearts and Minds: The Untold Story of the Great Pilgrimage and How Women Won the Vote (Doubleday, 2018).
Report of the evening meeting, 2 July 2018, with Alistair Cooke and Kenneth O. Morgan; chair: Claire Tyler.
Review of A Very English Scandal, BBC One, 20 May – 3 June 2018
David Steel on his recollections of Jeremy Thorpe.