Cambridge Student Liberal Democrats, the student branch of the Liberal Democrats for students at both Cambridge University and the APU University campus in Cambridge. It is the successor to the Cambridge University Liberal Club (founded in 1885) and the Cambridge University Social Democratic Party (founded in 1981) which merged on the creation of the Lib Dems in 1988. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cambridge Student Liberal Democrats"
Delga is the LGBT organisation of the British Liberal Democrats political party, the full name being Liberal Democrats for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Action. ...more on Wikipedia about "Delga"
The Liberal Democrat Frontbench Team consists of the following: ...more on Wikipedia about "Liberal Democrat Frontbench Team"
Liberal Democrat Youth and Students (LDYS) is the youth and student group of the UK Liberal Democrats. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liberal Democrat Youth and Students"
The Liberal Democrats, often shortened to Lib Dems, are a liberal political party in the United Kingdom. The party was formed in 1988 by the merger of the Liberal Party and the short lived Social Democratic Party; the two parties had already been in an alliance for some years prior to this. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liberal Democrats"
The 2006 Liberal Democrats leadership election was called by party leader Charles Kennedy on January 5 2006, when, following a period of heavy speculation about both his leadership and his personal life, he called for a leadership contest to be held to allow party members to decide if his leadership should continue. On January 7 2006, following public pressure from many prominent Liberal Democrats to stand down, including twenty-five MPs who publicly announced they would refuse to serve on the party's frontbench if he did not step down, he announced that he would not be standing in the leadership election, resigning as party leader "with immediate effect". ...more on Wikipedia about "Liberal Democrats leadership election, 2006"
The Orange Book - Reclaiming Liberalism (ISBN 1861977972) is a book written by a group of prominent British Liberal Democrat politicians and edited by David Laws and Paul Marshall in 2004. Beside Laws and Marshall, the contributors include Vincent Cable, Nicholas Clegg, Edward Davey, Chris Huhne, Susan Kramer, Mark Oaten and Steve Webb. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Orange Book - Reclaiming Liberalism"
*At 1500 GMT, Charles Kennedy resigns as leader of the Liberal Democrats. He explains that he had been "inundated" with support from ordinary members of the party, but felt he no longer had sufficient support among MPs. His resignation is with immediate effect, with Deputy Leader Menzies Campbell to act as interim leader. ...more on Wikipedia about "Timeline of events in the Liberal Democrats leadership election, 2006"
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