ITV will exclude the views of voters who want to remain in the EU by leaving the Liberal Democrat and SNP leaders out of its televised election debate, the High Court has heard.
Willie Rennie has claimed the Liberal Democrats are “stronger” as a party after their time in coalition with the Tories but admitted he has “regrets” about some of the policies that were introduced.
Jo Swinson is to declare the Liberal Democrats are the “natural party of business” and she will insist remaining in the European Union gives the UK the best chance of success.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has described the Duke of York’s comments about sex during his televised interview as “worrying”.
Immigration has been a hot topic over the past few days, and some more detail is beginning to emerge regarding what the political parties propose to do.
Women are featuring in just a fifth of national press coverage of the General Election campaign, according to research.
Immigration has re-emerged as a key election battleground but the political parties are so far remaining tight-lipped on the detail of their proposals.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has insisted she is not losing control of party candidates after a standard bearer stood down in a key marginal.
Jo Swinson has welcomed outspoken anti-Brexit campaigner Steve Bray becoming a General Election candidate for the Liberal Democrats in Wales.
The Liberal Democrats have launched a High Court challenge against ITV over the broadcaster’s exclusion of Jo Swinson from a televised debate.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats have unveiled their plan for a “brighter future” following the General Election.
A senior Liberal Democrat has dismissed the idea of zero university tuition fees as a “fantasy”.
Political parties should stand on their own merit in the General Election campaign, Patrick Harvie has said, after his counterparts in England and Wales entered a “Remain alliance” with the Liberal Democrats and Plaid Cymru.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has insisted she will not be “bullied” by the online abuse women receive in public life.
Before Brexit fever hit Britain, economic spending announcements used to dominate elections.
The Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru and the Green Party have formed a General Election pact, agreeing not to stand against each other in dozens of seats.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has made a plea to Labour voters who feel they are “without a political home”.
The Liberal Democrats have been accused of using misleading data on election leaflets to suggest they are polling ahead of other parties in certain constituencies.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has said the party’s use of an electric coach for the General Election campaign shows its green credentials.
The Liberal Democrats have ruled out propping up a Labour government if the General Election delivers another hung Parliament.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson said her party will stop Brexit and “build a brighter future” as she set out her plan to become the next prime minister.
People in pubs and on the street are talking about Jo Swinson and believe she is the future, according to the Scottish Liberal Democrats.
If a week, in the famous old saying, is a long time in politics, then six weeks might seem like an eternity.
Britain is set to head to the polls for its first December general election in almost a century.
The first December election in Britain for 96 years has led to much discussion of whether or not the weather will impede polling – while climate change and rugby league also matter this time around.
Sir Tony Robinson has said he has no plans to join the Liberal Democrats after quitting the Labour Party earlier this year.
MPs return on Monday and could be faced with voting on a general election not once, but twice in as many days.
A Liberal Democrat and SNP bid to give Boris Johnson his pre-Christmas election has been branded a “stunt” and a “gimmick” by senior Tories.
The Liberal Democrats and SNP bid to give Boris Johnson his pre-Christmas election has been branded a “stunt” and a “gimmick” by the Tories.
The Liberal Democrats and SNP are preparing to give Boris Johnson an early Christmas present – the snap December election he has been demanding.