Liberal Democrats are one step closer to enshrining the UK aid target in law after winning a crucial vote in the House of Commons today.
In government Liberal Democrats made sure the UK met the UN's international aid target of 0.7%.Read more
Liberal Democrat Leader Nick Clegg, will today set out his vision for decentralisation and devolution for the North of England.Read more
Whenever I think about the United Kingdom splitting up something inside me breaks. I do not live in Scotland and so I have no vote in the referendum. But I am British and so have every right to a say.
Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg will speak today at an event hosted by IPPR North in Sheffield, where he will set out his vision for decentralisation and devolution for the North of England.Read more
At Autumn conference Liberal Democrats will debate the policy paper Doing What Works to Cut Crime.
The paper proposes evidence based policies that will cut crime and same money without needlessly compromising civil liberties.Read more
At Autumn conference Liberal Democrats will debate the policy paper Protecting Public Services and Making them Work For You.
The paper sets out Liberal Democrats’ vision for public services that are high quality, accessible to all and locally accountable and transparent. It explains how joined-up public services can be achieved by joint commissioning at a local level.Read more
Liberal Democrats are proud of our vision for a free, free and open society. At Autumn Conference we will debate the policy motion Expanding Opportunity, Unlocking Potential.
This paper sets out our vision to continue our work in government in championing equalities.Read more
Our ageing population is one of the biggest challenges Britain faces today.
At Autumn Conference Liberal Democrats will debate the policy paper Age Ready Britain, which proposes a number of measures that will help make Britain age ready.Read more
Watch as Nick Clegg takes your questions live on LBC for this week's Call Clegg.Read more
Changes to child maintenance rules are set to benefit up to 50,000 children.
Under changes to the system, single and separated parents who have previously received no maintenance from their former partner could start receiving payments.Read more