In this issue: The first wave of Liberal women in local government leadership 1918-39; The 2015 election campaign; Community politics and the Liberal revival; British Liberal leaders.
Shirley Williams retires; Liberal Democrat conference, September 2015; Former ministers give candid interviews on their time in office; On this day in Liberal history.
The first wave of Liberal women in local government leadership 1918–1939.
Targeting and its effect on Liberal Democrat performance in the 2015 general election; Can Liberals learn from history?
Labour and the Liberals; questions for readers (Sandy Waugh); The Great War and the Liberal Party (Duncan Marlor and Roy Douglas); Coalition and the Liberal Democrats (Geoff Payne, Peter Hellyer, Andy Connell and Richard Gadsden); Asquith and the Lords (Michael Meadowcroft).
The questions …
Conference fringe meeting held jointly with the Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, 13 March 2015.
Evening meeting of the Liberal History Group, 19 July 2015.
Review of Duncan Brack, Robert Ingham and Tony Little (eds.), British Liberal Leaders: Leaders of the Liberal Party, SDP and Liberal Democrats since 1828 (Biteback Publishing, 2015).
Review of Travis L. Crosby, The Unknown Lloyd George: a Statesman in Conflict (I. B. Tauris, 2014).
Review of Pauric Travers and Donal McCartney (eds.), Parnell Reconsidered (University College Dublin Press, 2013).
Review of Peter Rowland, Lloyd George’s Tada – the one father he never knew! (PublishNation, 2014).
The answers …