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If the Lib Dems learn from the past, they could be in with a chance

Being the ‘party of Remain’ has suddenly become a major vote winner. The question now is how far can it take them?

I helped launch Change UK – the fiasco that ensued is full of lessons

MPs lament the polarisation of society and the bitterness directed at them. But they are also pretty good at directing it at one another – even when they are on the same side

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Andrew Grice The ‘unity government’ brinkmanship is only just beginning

Jeremy Corbyn’s offer to be caretaker prime minister in order to avert a no-deal Brexit is an opening shot in what could be weeks of manoeuvring, writes Andrew Grice

Voting to open in by-election that could cut Tories’ majority to one

Liberal Democrats expected to capture seat from expenses fraud Tory MP

Top civil servant urged to block appointment of Brexiteer aide

Exclusive: Arrival of former Vote Leave boss should ‘send shivers down the spines’ of the British public

This is why I joined the Liberal Democrats

I thought that Britain needed a new party. I thought that was what the millions of politically homeless people in Britain wanted. I was wrong

Chuka Umunna lands Liberal Democrat treasury spokesperson job

‘I will dive straight in and get on with that in addition to, of course, continuing to serve my constituents in Streatham’