Simon Hughes elected as Liberal Democrat Deputy Leader

Simon Hughes has been elected as Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats this evening following a ballot of MPs.

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Nick Clegg's speech on radical political reform plans

In his first speech to Parliament as Deputy Prime Minister, Liberal Democrat Leader Nick Clegg today outlined his radical plans for political reform.

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Welcome to our new Liberal Democrat Peers

The Liberal Democrats have recently announced the addition of nine new Peers appointed to the House of Lords.

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Victory for Liberal Democrats as ID cards to be scrapped within 100 days

The Coalition Government today announced that ID cards are to be scrapped for British citizens within 100 days.

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Vince Cable stands down as Deputy Leader

Vince Cable has stood down as Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats in order to concentrate on his role as Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills.

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Liberal Democrat policies announced in Queen’s Speech

A large number of Liberal Democrat policies were announced in today’s Queen’s Speech, including the party’s major priorities: fair taxes, a fair start for children, a green and sustainable economy, and a comprehensive clean up of politics.

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New Politics: Nick Clegg's speech on constitutional reform

Today Nick Clegg Leader of the Liberal Democrats gave his first official speech as Deputy Prime Minister on constitutional reform and the 'New Politics'.

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Liberal Democrat Conference approves Coalition Agreement

Liberal Democrat Special Conference in Birmingham today overwhelmingly approved the party’s Coalition Agreement with the Conservative Party.

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Special Conference passes 'Building a fairer Britain in government'

Conference notes the outcome of the general election held on 6 May 2010, in which no party secured a majority of seats in the House of Commons.

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Nick Clegg's statement on the results of the election

Today Nick Clegg Leader of the Liberal Democrats said that the party with the greatest number of seats and the greatest number of votes was the one which had the mandate to try and form a government.

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