Victory for Boris Johnson in the Tory leadership race could be a “great recruiting tool” for the Liberal Democrats, Jo Swinson has said.
Tory frontrunner Boris Johnson is “one of the most disgraceful politicians in British politics today”, according to a Liberal Democrat leadership contender.
Jo Swinson and Sir Ed Davey are the only candidates in the contest for the Liberal Democrat leadership.
Liberal Democrats should have halted the so-called “bedroom tax” when they were in coalition with the Tories, party leadership contender Jo Swinson said.
Electoral reform would have to be “front and centre” of talks for the Lib Dems to enter a new coalition, one of the party’s leadership contenders has said.
Jo Swinson has said she will lead a movement to tackle “nationalism and populism” after confirming she will stand for the Liberal Democrat leadership.
The Liberal Democrats are “the strongest Remain force in British politics” the party’s leader has said.
George Osborne’s London Evening Standard newspaper has backed the Lib Dems in Thursday’s EU elections.
Vince Cable has defended the Liberal Democrats’ investigation into former leader David Steel after the party found there were no grounds for action about his answers to a child abuse inquiry.
Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable has urged remain voters to treat the European elections as a Brexit referendum and unite behind his party.
Liberal Democrats are demanding Health Secretary Jeane Freeman apologise to patients not treated within the Government’s guaranteed waiting time.
Former Liberal leader Lord Steel said he was “relieved” that an investigation launched after he gave evidence about child abuse allegations against former MP Sir Cyril Smith concluded there were “no grounds for action”.
The Liberal Democrats have won control of Bath and North East Somerset Council from the Conservatives.
Nicola Sturgeon has been challenged to abandon plans to cut a flight tax and instead “tackle a million tonnes of waste” from Scotland that could be dumped in England.
A veteran Aberdeen councillor has come under fire from opposition critics for a proposed move to take on a new post.
An Aberdeen councillor who made a shock exit from her party to form the council administration today said she felt "overruled" by the men in her former group.
The shenanigans at Aberdeen Town House, where we've witnessed just how the proportional representation system muddies our political waters, makes House of Cards look like Andy Pandy.
The Conservative leader for Aberdeenshire has declared a "blue tide" has swept across the area following the council election.
An angry Leave voter took Tim Farron to task over his views on Brexit while the Liberal Democrats were out campaigning.
Party leaders in Aberdeenshire are grappling with the big issues affecting residents across the region.
Aberdeen City Council leaders go head-to-head in today's Evening Express to lay out where they stand on major issues facing the city.
Scottish Liberal Democrats councillors have a powerful track record of service and action for their communities.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats have pledged to spend at least £5 million a year to repair the city's roads if elected next week.
On May 4, residents across the North-east will go to the polls to pick their new councillors.
Councillors have backed plans to partially pedestrianise Broad Street.
A councillor has renewed his calls for safety measures to be introduced at crossings on a major city road.
Aberdeenshire East has been best known as the constituency of former First Minister Alex Salmond since 2007. The then SNP leader swept into power in what was formerly the Gordon constituency in 2007, when Mr Salmond claimed 41% of the vote to oust Liberal Democrat Nora Radcliffe, who was seeking re-election for the second time.
Transport is a key issue for the Angus North and Mearns constituency, which is dissected by the arterial route to Aberdeen, the A90. The sweep from Stonehaven includes the construction site for the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR), as well as future upgrades on the railway at Montrose.
A PUNTER in Aberdeen has placed a £3,000 bet on the Lib Dems to beat Alex Salmond in the General Election.