In this issue: Churchill and Lloyd George – Liberal authors on the First World War?; Sir Walter Runciman and the Runciman papers at Elshieshields Tower; meeting report, Coalition: Could Liberal Democrats have handled it better?; Liberal archives at the Churchill Archives Centre; review of Kirkup, The Lib–Lab Pact.
Major new resource for students of Liberal history; Election song.
The life and political career of the Liberal MP Sir Walter Runciman (1847–1937) through the lens of his papers.
Autumn conference meeting, 18 September 2016, with David Laws, Chris Huhne and Akash Paun; chair: Jo Swinson.
An analysis of Winston Churchill’s and David Lloyd George’s volumes on the First World War.
Liberal archives at the Churchill Archives Centre at Cambridge.
Review of Jonathan Kirkup, The Lib–Lab Pact – A Parliamentary Agreement, 1977–78 (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015).
Review of Dick Taverne, Against the Tide (Biteback Publishing, 2014).
Review of Duncan Marlor, Fatal Fortnight: Arthur Ponsonby and the Fight for British Neutrality in 1914 (Frontline Books, 2014).
Review of Paul Bew, Churchill and Ireland (Oxford University Press, 2016).