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Will the Lib Dems provide for women? Key announcements from the conference

Will the Lib Dems provide for women? Key announcements from the conference

There was to be no discussion of ‘red lines’ – policy positions that are non-negotiable in the event of coalition talks – but the Liberal Democrat conference in post-referendum Glasgow has been about little else.A key fault line that the Liberal Democrats have been seeking to open up between themselves and their Coalition partner of nearly five years is on ...

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Party Conference Series – Jo Swinson MP

As part of a series of guest-blogs during the party conferences, Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Under Secretary for Women and Equalities, Jo Swinson MP, tells us what the Lib Dems will offer women voters in the 2015 ...

Party Conference Series – Jo Swinson MP
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Party Conference Series: Nicky Morgan MP

As part of a series of guest-blogs during the party conferences, Conservative Secretary of State for Education and Minister for Women, Nicky Morgan MP, tells us what the Conservatives will offer women voters in ...

Party Conference Series: Nicky Morgan MP
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Will Labour provide for women? Key announcements from the conference

As time draws in on the Labour Party’s 2014 annual conference - their last before what one key Labour figure has called “the most important election in a generation”, what ...

Will Labour provide for women? Key announcements from the conference
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Party Conference Series: Gloria de Piero MP

As part of a series of guest-blogs during the party conferences, Labour's Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities, Gloria de Piero MP, tells us what Labour intends to do to tackle ...

Party Conference Series: Gloria de Piero MP
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