ALWYN TURNER wanders through thirty years of elections to the European Parliament.
ALWYN TURNER remembers John Major’s problems with BSE and the EU.
The late Paddy Ashdown’s election as Lib Dem leader in 1988 appears routine, but PAUL SAFFER points out the significance of the contest.
With the Liberal Democrats massing (ahem) in Bournemouth for their autumn conference, DAN ATKINSON wonders whether they’ve lost the taste for power.
It’s not the voters who are anti politics, says ALWYN TURNER, it’s the politicians.