With politics no longer defined by class struggle. it seemed everyone wanted to be middle class, to own their own home and send their children to university. But there was a massive flaw
Why do so many people yearn for a viable centrist party, and yet so readily discount the already 100,000-strong Liberal Democrats? There are two reasons, and neither stands up to scrutiny.
Why are LibDems so ready to rule ourselves out of a Trudeau or Macron-like surge at the next election? We should be in it to win it. Here are 10 steps to seeing a LibDem Prime Minister by Christmas.
Labour and Conservatives are each fragile coalitions of competing sects, riven by internal dissent and ready to break apart. This is the moment to seize these fractures in the established order and forge a realignment of British politics.
I don't want to be churlish about yesterday's endorsement of the Liberal Democrats by The Economist. It was a welcome boost to morale. But it was hardly a vote of confidence was it?