In this issue: Paddy Ashdown – An Appreciation (Michael Meadowcroft); Writing about Paddy (Neil Stockley); The long-lived Liberal Party of Canada (Tom Axworthy and Lorna Marsden); ‘Vote for Mr Crum and one other Liberal’ (David Hanson MP); Europe – The Liberal Commitment, with Anthony Howe and Eugenio Biagini (meeting report by Neil Stockley); review of Kroeze, Vitoria and Geltner (eds.), Anti-corruption in History: From Antiquity to the Modern Era (Tom Crook); review of Wilkinson, Lloyd George: Statesman or Scoundrel (Alan Mumford); review of Pugh, State and Society: A Social and Political History of Britain Since 1870 (Eugenio Biagini); review of Gottlieb and Toye (eds.), The Aftermath of Suffrage: Women, Gender and Politics in Britain, 1918–1945 (Ian Cawood).
Saving Dunford House; Restoring Liberal Democrat party political broadcasts; Corrigenda.
A recollection of the career of Paddy Ashdown, Leader of the Liberal Democrats 1988–99.
A look at how Paddy Ashdown’s life and career were remembered and celebrated in the media.
An examination of the history of the Canadian Liberal Party.
The origin of two 1874 election leaflets.
Autumn Conference fringe meeting, 16 September 2018, with Anthony Howe and Eugenio Biagini; chair: Julie Smith.
Review of Ronald Kroeze, André Vitória, and G. Geltner (eds.), Anti-corruption in History: From Antiquity to the Modern Era (Oxford University Press, 2018).
Review of Richard Wilkinson, Lloyd George: Statesman or Scoundrel (IB Tauris, 2018).
Review of Martin Pugh, State and Society. A Social and Political History of Britain since 1870 (Bloomsbury Academic, 2017).
Review of J. Gottlieb and R. Toye (eds.), The Aftermath of Suffrage: Women, Gender, and Politics in Britain, 1918–1945 (Macmillan, 2013).
Description of the papers of Lord Davies of Llandinam held at the Welsh Political Archive at the National Library of Wales.
Liberals in local government (Michael Steed); Liberal Party Council (David Steel).