Jo Swinson has indicated she wants to see a woman replace her as leader of the Liberal Democrats, after she lost her seat at the General Election.
After Jo Swinson failed to hold her East Dunbartonshire seat, former deputy leader Sir Ed Davey and Baroness Sal Brinton will become the Liberal Democrats’ joint acting leaders.
Nicola Sturgeon was filmed celebrating after the SNP claimed the Westminster seat of Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson, with the victory display described as “unacceptably ungracious” by a Lib Dem MP.
The Liberal Democrats have appointed the party’s deputy leader Sir Ed Davey and president Baroness Sal Brinton as joint leaders after Jo Swinson’s election defeat.
It has been a bad night for the Liberal Democrats by any reckoning.
Defeated Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson said she lost her seat to the SNP after a “wave of nationalism” swept politics on both sides of the border.
Jo Swinson began the Liberal Democrats’ election campaign with the claim she could be the next prime minister, but in the end she could not even hold her own seat.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson said she “will be making further remarks later today” after she lost her seat to the SNP.
Boris Johnson’s gamble on a snap election looks set to have paid off with the Tories likely to win a sizeable majority, according to an exit poll.
Boris Johnson was campaigning into the final hours of election day as parties braced for the 10pm exit poll.
Here is a look back at the most memorable events of the Liberal Democrat General Election campaign.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has accused Boris Johnson of being a liar over his stance on EU nationals in the UK.
General Election 2019: Boris Johnson, Jo Swinson, Nicola Sturgeon and Richard Leonard tell us why you should vote for their party
With just days left until voters go to the polls to elect their next government, the Evening Express asked the leaders of the four main UK parties to set out to our readers why they should place their trust in them at the ballot box.
The Liberal Democrats started this election campaign with high hopes and optimism.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson said she has had lots of “unsolicited advice” during the election campaign – including a tip to wear lower cut tops.
The Liberal Democrats have “changed the debate” in the election campaign, according to the party’s leader in Scotland.
Channel 4’s prime time Sunday night election debate turned heated after an audience member accused Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson of being a “Tory in disguise”.
Jo Swinson has insisted she will remain Liberal Democrat leader even if the party fails to make significant gains in the General Election.
More than 100 pro-EU groups have sent a letter to Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson asking her to back Labour in the Prime Minister’s constituency.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has urged activists to “channel the suffragettes” to fight for a “brighter future” as the campaign for Number 10 enters its final week.
The SNP will announce an independence referendum “within days” if they win in seats being fought by the Liberal Democrats, Jo Swinson claims.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has apologised for welfare cuts the party backed when it was in power with the Tories.
With just over a week to go until polling day, Jeremy Corbyn continues to have the edge over his rivals in terms of campaign visits.
Donald Trump has said he will “stay out” of the General Election campaign because he does not want to “complicate it”.
The Liberal Democrats could not support Labour’s renationalisation plans in the event of a hung Parliament, the party’s leader Jo Swinson has said.
Jo Swinson has said a Liberal Democrat win in the General Election, and the subsequent cancelling of Brexit, would be an “electoral earthquake”.
Party leaders have debated cutting emissions, tree planting and the future of flying – and their own personal actions to help the environment – in the first televised climate debate.
Jo Swinson launched a highly personalised attack on Boris Johnson as she accused him of being “not fit” to be Prime Minister.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson had to fight back tears as she opened up on the role of her recently deceased father in her political career.
Boris Johnson is on course to win the General Election with a comfortable 68-seat majority by triumphing in Labour heartlands, according to a projection poll which accurately forecast the hung parliament in 2017.