The reforms in municipal services that Joseph Chamberlain introduced during his three-year mayoralty of Birmingham in the mid-1870s marked a turning point for British Liberalism as well as in the governance of industrial cities.
Lady Howard of Llanelli and the strange case of the Cowell-Stepneys.
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Report of Liberal Democrat History Group fringe meeting, Bournemouth, 17 September 2017, with Kath Pinnock, Tony Greaves, Richard Kemp, Sarah Bedford, Matt Cole and Ruth Dombey; chair: Andrew Stunell.
The first wave of Liberal women in local government leadership 1918–1939.
The importance of local government to the Liberal Democrats.
The contribution of the chair of Birmingham’s Housing Committee, 1901-11, to the debates on slum housing and town planning.
Analysis of the outcomes of the local, Scottish and Welsh elections of May 2007. What do they mean for the Liberal Democrats?
Liberalism, garden cities and early town planning.
Report of meeting of 4 February 2008, with Cllr Sir David Williams and Mike Tuffrey GLA.
Mary Murphy and Pontypridd Urban District Council.
Analysis of the municipal record of the leader of Bath’s Victorian Liberals.
Report of Liberal Democrat History Group meeting of February 2002, with Professor Peter Marsh and Dr Graham Davis.