Journal articles

Coalition before Party?

Review of David Laws, Coalition (Biteback Publishing, 2016) and Coalition Diaries 2012–2015 (Biteback Publishing, 2017)

Letters to the Editor

Liberal Democrats and the Coalition (Nigel Lindsay)

Coalition: Could Liberal Democrats have handled it better?

Autumn conference meeting, 18 September 2016, with David Laws, Chris Huhne and Akash Paun; chair: Jo Swinson

Liberal Democrats in coalition: constitutional reform

Liberal Democrats in coalition: Europe

Liberal Democrats in coalition: climate and energy

Liberal Democrats in coalition: home affairs

Liberal Democrats in coalition: social security

Liberal Democrats in coalition: health

Liberal Democrats in coalition: education

Liberal Democrats in coalition: economic policy

Coalition and the Liberal Democrats: the policy record

Coalition and the 2015 election

Comparing coalitions

The 2015 election campaign and its outcome

The impacts of coalition

Managing the coalition

Why did it go wrong?

Coalition and the deluge

Coalition and the Liberal Democrats

2010 analysed

Review of Robert Worcester and Roger Mortimore, Explaining Cameron’s Coalition (Biteback Publishing, 2011).

Events

Coalition: Could Liberal Democrats have handled it better?

The 2015 election decisively ended the Liberal Democrats’ participation in government. Did what the party achieved in coalition between 2010 and 2015 justify the damage? Could the party have managed coalition better? The meeting marks the publication of the autumn Journal of Liberal History, a special issue on the policy record of the coalition. Speakers: […]