With the general election underway, Stephen Tall and Mark Pack discuss how things are going so far for the Liberal Democrats, what the constituency polls are saying, the role of bar charts and the latest on the party's internal elections.
What the national opinion polls are saying.
All the constituency polls made public so far.
The full list of Unite to Remain seat arrangements.
What went wrong with the Liberal Democrat constituency polling in 2015?
Responsible bar charting.
More information on voting in the Liberal Democrat internal elections.
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Once again, an MP has kindly timed their decision to join the Liberal Democrats for just before the recording of an episode of Never Mind The Bar Charts. Stephen and Mark discuss the party's latest Parliamentary recruit along with the outlook for the general election.
Antoinette Sandbach joins the Liberal Democrats.
How many Liberal Democrat MPs are there now?
The new Liberal Democrat election slogan.
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In this episode Stephen Tall and Mark Pack discussing the growing number of recruits to the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Party, the unusual set of seats the party is targeting for the general election, why Will Hutton is wrong about Jeremy Corbyn and why everyone should go read Gaby Hinsliff.
Mark is running to be Liberal Democrat Party President.
The must-listen interview with Paula Surridge about British politics and the place for the Liberal Democrats.
Local Lib Dem PPC Ian Sollom graciously welcomes Heidi Allen to the Lib Dems.
Rob Castell, formerly Lib Dem PPC for Beaconsfield, previously did a brilliant campaign video.
Cake, having and eating thereof.
Grandmothers and machine guns.
Gaby Hinsliff's excellent piece on the end of the liberal Tory.
Welcome to the latest episode of Never Mind The Bar Charts, a variation of the usual format in which I interview Paula Surridge about her research into the British electorate. She's been one of the pioneers in understanding how there is more than left versus right to modern British politics. Listen to hear what she has to say about what this means for the Liberal Democrats...
A good introduction to some of Paula Surridge's work.
Paula Surridge on Twitter.
Paula Surridge on Medium.
Stephen Tall attempts to fisk Mark Pack's Remainer optimism. He possibly fails. Or does he?
Keep count of how many Liberal Democrat MPs there are.
Monica Harding is the Lib Dem PPC for Dominic Raab's constituency.
Demand Better sets out the wider Lib Dem policy plans beyond Brexit.
Boris Johnson on Damian McBride.
Mark Pack goes full on cheerleading for Remain. Stephen Tall responds with half a bucket of cold water.
Beatrice Wishart wins in Shetland.
Reasons to doubt the Boris Johnson / Dominic Cummings strategy.
The public doesn't like prorogation.
Tom Chivers on Dominic Cummings and a game of chicken.
Charles Moore's biography of Margaret Thatcher.
The Led By Donkeys anti-Breixt campaigners.
Come and watch us record a special episode: "Is Dominic Cummings a genius?".
Mark Pack interviews would-be Liberal Democrat leader Ed Davey about why he's decided now is the time to run for leader. They also discuss the Coalition Government, environmental policy and how to defeat Boris Johnson.
Mark Pack interviews would-be Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson about why she wants the job. The topics they discuss include what she thinks of the SNP, what she'd do in a hung Parliament and how the party can be more successful.
Stephen Tall and Mark Pack discuss the leaked Change UK memo about the Lib Dems, where Change UK is headed, a bold claim about Tony Blair from Stephen and how the local elections may change the political trajectory of the Remain parties.