Library bibliography - Liberal pamphlets

What follows is a bibliography of pamphlets on the British liberal tradition. It serves as the "wish list" for the National Liberal Club's library, and is made available here for more general information. The Club also maintains separate bibliographies of general political reference works; books on the British liberal tradition (including biographies); books on liberal philosophy; and theses on the British liberal tradition.

This bibliography has been compiled by the National Liberal Club's Honorary Librarian, Dr. Seth Thévoz, incorporating an earlier bibliography produced by the Liberal History Group

Items in bold are already a part of the Club library.

 

80 Club Lecture series

  • Jo Grimond, The First Eighty Club Lecture (Eighty Club, London, 1981).
  • The Second Eighty Club Lecture (Eighty Club, London, 1982).
  • Lord Scarman, Police and Public Order in a British Setting: The Third Eighty Club Lecture (Eighty Club, London, 1983).
  • Lord Ezra, A New Economic Strategy: The Fourth Eighty Club Lecture (Eighty Club, London, 1984).
  • Mark Warnock, Philosophy and Public Policy: The Fifth Eighty Club Lecture (Eighty Club, London, 1985).

 

1910s misc

  • "A. G. G.", The Daily Mail and the Liberal Press: A Reply to "Scaremongers" and an Open Letter to Lord Northcliffe (Daily News, London, 1915). 

 

1920s misc

  • The Business Girl on this New Business of Voting (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1929). [FLYER.]
  • How the Tory Government Looks After the Line Fishermen (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1929). [FLYER.]
  • Imperial Preference and Free Trade: A Reply to Mr Bruce (Free Trade Union, Manchester, 1923).
  • Liberalism’s Call to Youth (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1929). [FLYER.]
  • Politics in the Home (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1929). [FLYER.]
  • The Snores of the Government: What Do Conservatives Think of Themselves? (Liberal Party, London, 1929). [FLYER.]
  • The Tale of the Divisions (Liberal Party, London, 1924). [FLYER.]
  • The Truth About the Agricultural Wages Board (Liberal Party, London, 1924). [FLYER.]
  • Youth Calling (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1929). [FLYER.]
  • C.J.L. Brock, Peace and Disarmament (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1928).
  • H.E. Crawfurd, Achievements of Liberalism (London Liberal Federation, London, 1924).
  • David Lloyd George, The Liberal Pledge to Conquer Unemployment: A Speech Delivered to Liberal Candidates on March 1st, 1929 (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1929).
  • George W. Gough, The Workers’ Case Against Socialism: A Challenge (Economic League, London, 1928).
  • Captain A.H. Henderson-Livesey, The Intriguers of Abingdon Street: An Outspoken Narrative of the Course of Events Leading to the Present Crisis in the Liberal Party (Social Services Ltd, London, 1926).
  • Sir Charles Mallet, Richard Cobden: The First Richard Cobden Lecture, 1929 (Cobden-Sanderson, London, 1929).
  • Ramsay Muir, The Socialist Case Examined (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1922).
  • ____________, Government Under the Three Party System (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1929).
  • Hubert Phillips, Verses for Various Occasions (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1928).
  • Political Research Committee of the National League of Young Liberals, A Report on Constitutional Reform (Ebor Press, York, 1928).
  • Political Research Committee of the National League of Young Liberals, Inheritance (Ebor Press, York, 1928).
  • Sir Harold J. Reckitt, Liberal Industrial Reform: Notes of a Speech Delivered at Paddington on December 18th, 1928 (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1928).
  • E.D. Simon, The Inheritance of Riches (Liberal Summer School, Cambridge, 1925).
  • Harold Storey, What is Free Trade? (Free Trade Union, Manchester, 1923).
  • Harold Storey (ed.), The Liberal Candidate’s Handbook: General Election - 1929 (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1929).

 

1930s misc

  • Coal Problems: A Plea for a National Fuel Policy! (Mineworkers’ Federation of Great Britain, London, 1932).
  • Council of Action: Speakers’ Notes on Reconstruction (London, n.d.).
  • National Liberal Federation: Agenda for the Fifty-First Annual Meeting of the Council, Town Hall, Bournemouth, 2nd, 3rd & 4th May, 1934 (National Liberal Federation, London, 1934).
  • National Liberal Federation: Fifty-First Annual Report of the Executive Committee, to be Presented to the Annual Meeting, Bournemouth, 3rd and 4th May, 1934 (National Liberal Federation, London, 1934).
  • Patriotism Ltd: An Exposure of the War Machine (Union of Democratic Control, London, 1933).
  • Peace or War: National Declaration on the League & Armaments (National Declaration Committee, London, n.d. [c.1933])
  • The Position of the Coal Miner: The Facts! (Miners’ Federation of Great Britain, London, 1933).
  • A Westminster Newsletter, April 1934 (Bucks New Press, High Wycombe, 1934).
  • W. Arnold-Forster, How Should We Answer Hitler? (National Peace Council, London, 1933).
  • Moritz J. Bonn, The World Crisis, and the Teaching of the Manchester School: The Third Richard Cobden Lecture, 1931 (Cobden-Sanderson, London, 1931).
  • H.N. Brailsford, Towards a New League: New Statesman Pamphlet (New Statesman, London, 1936).
  • Nicholas Murray Butler, The World Crisis - The Lesson Which It Teaches: The Fourth Richard Cobden Lecture, 1932 (Cobden-Sanderson, London, 1932).
  • Joseph Caillaux, The World Crisis, and the Teaching of the Manchester School: The Second Richard Cobden Lecture, 1931 (Cobden-Sanderson, London, 1931).
  • Gustav Cassel, From Protectionism Through Planned Economy to Dictatorship: The Sixth Richard Cobden Lecture, 1934 (Cobden-Sanderson, London, 1934).
  • Sir Stafford Cripps, Are You a Worker? Where the Middle-Class Stands (New Clarion, London, 1933).
  • F.W. Davey, Liberalism and the Economic Crisis: An Unorthodox Approach (Reliance Press, London, n.d.).
  • Don Salvador de Madariaga, The Price of Peace: The Seventh Richard Cobden Lecture, 1935 (Cobden-Sanderson, London, 1935).
  • L.M. Fraser, Protection and Free Trade: Day to Day Pamphlets No. 5 (Hogarth Press, London, 1931).
  • E. Heldring, The Economic Labyrinth: The Fifth Richard Cobden Lecture, 1933 (Cobden-Sanderson, London, 1933).
  • Aldous Huxley, What Are You Going To Do About It? The Case for Constructive Peace (Lund Humphries, London, 1936).
  • Peter Lee at al, Co-Operation or ? (Miners’ Federation of Great Britain, London, 1932).
  • Marquis of Lothian, Liberalism in the Modern World (Lovat Dickson, London, 1934).
  • Lucy Masterman et al, Unemployment: Report on an Enquiry into (a) Agricultural Unemployment (b) Black-coated Unemployment, and (c) The Means Test (Liberal Women’s Unemployment Group, London, 1934).
  • Thomas Madsen-Mygdal, The Revival of Trade as a Problem of Practical Politics: The Ninth Richard Cobden Lecture, 1937 (Cobden-Sanderson, London, 1937).
  • Ramsay Muir, Protection Versus Free Imports (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1930).
  • ____________, The Faith of a Liberal (Lovat Dickson, London, 1933).
  • ____________, Is Democracy a Failure? (Lovat Dickson, London, 1934).
  • ____________, The Liberal Way: Advance Copy (National Liberal Federation, London, 1934).
  • James Murray, The Only Way: Economics of Justice and Commonsense (Senga, Kilsyth, 1933).
  • The Hon. George Peel, The Work of Sir Robert Peel and its Lesson For Today: The Tenth Richard Cobden Lecture, 1938 (Cobden-Sanderson, London, 1938).
  • W.E. Rappard, The Common Menace of Economic and Military Armaments: The Eighth Richard Cobden Lecture, 1936 (Cobden-Sanderson, London, 1936).
  • Sir Herbert Samuel, Answers to Protectionists, Safeguarders and “Empire Free Traders” (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1930).
  • _________________, Free Trade or Food Taxes? (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1930).
  • _________________, The Right Road to Disarmament: A Speech Delivered in the House of Commons on Nov. 13th, 1933 (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1922).
  • J.A. Spender, Mr. Gladstone (National Liberal Club, London, 1937).
  • John Strachey, Why You Should Be a Socialist: John Strachey’s Terse Guide (Victor Gollancz, London, 1938).

 

1940s misc

  • A National Health Service: The White Paper Proposals in Brief (HMSO, London, 1944).
  • A People’s Parliament - And How to Get It! (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1944).
  • Coats Off for the Future! The Report of a Committee on Party Reconstruction Prepared for the Consideration of the Liberal Party Assembly 1946 (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1946).
  • Social Insurance and Allied Services: The Beveridge Report in Brief (HMSO, London, 1942).
  • C.J.L. Brock, The Moral Case for Free Trade (Cobden Club, Midhurst, 1943).
  • Elliott Dodds, People in Industry: A Report on the Liberal Co-Ownership Proposals (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1949).
  • Victor Gollancz, “Let My People Go”: Some Practical Proposals for Dealing with Hitler’s Massacre of the Jews, and an Appeal to the British Public (Victor Gollancz, London, 1943).
  • Francis W. Hirst, The Theory of Safeguarding (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1945).
  • Ramsay Muir, The British Empire: How it Grew and How it Works (Jonathan Cape, London, 1940).
  • H.M. Vernon (with an introduction by Megan Lloyd George), Hours of Work, and Their Influence on Health & Efficiency (British Association for Labour legislation, London, 1943).

 

1950s misc

  • Sensible People Count on Liberals: Jo Grimond Says People Count (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1959).
  • A. Lloyd Adams and Anthony Miller, Opportunity in Education (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1959).
  • John Armitage et al., Looking Ahead; Being the Report of the Liberal Education Advisory Committee (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1954).
  • Allan Batham and Jeremy Thorpe, To All Who Are Interested in Democracy... A Short Study in Ways of Voting and their Effect on Responsible Government (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1953).
  • Irene Collins, Liberalism in Nineteenth-Century Europe (Historical Association, London, 1957).
  • Jo Grimond, The New Liberalism (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1958).
  • __________, The New Liberal Democracy (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1959).
  • J. Edgar Hardy, Election Agent’s Handbook (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1959).
  • Wallace Lawler, Pensions For All (London, 1958).
  • Sir Geoffrey Mander, To Liberals (Labour Party, London, undated [c. 1950]).
  • J.F.S. Ross et al., A Liberal Policy for Education (Liberal Party Organisation, London, 1958).
  • Granville Slack et al., Interim Report of the Liberal Party Co-Ownership Committee (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1955).
  • Donald Wade, Towards a Nation of Owners: A Challenge Answered (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1958).
  • Richard Wainwright, Own As You Earn (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1958).

 

1960s misc

  • Get Britain Moving with the Liberals: A Liberal Party Statement (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1963).
  • This is Liberal Policy (Liberal Publications Department, London, n.d.). LEAFLET - GRIMOND VERSION.
  • This is Liberal Policy (Liberal Publications Department, London, n.d.). LEAFLET - THORPE VERSION.
  • No Colour Bar Here (National League of Young Liberals, London, c.1963)
  • Tell the Nation: The Liberal Winter Campaign, 1962-63 (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1962).
  • Desmond Banks, Why Britain Suffers! (Liberal Publications Department, London, n.d. [1968?]).
  • Tony Greaves (ed.), Blackpool Essays (National League of Young Liberals, London, 1967).
  • Jo Grimond, Industry, Profits and People (Industrial Co-Partnership Association, London, 1960).
  • Elliott Jaques, Employee Participation and Managerial Authority (London, 1968).
  • Russell Johnston, Highland Development (Scottish Liberal Party, Edinburgh, 1964).
  • Wallace Lawler, The Truth About Cathy (London, 1968).
  • Eric Lubbock, One Vote, One Value: Electoral Reform (Liberal Central Association, London, 1968).
  • John Macdonald, Bill of Rights (Liberal Research Department, London, 1969).
  • Stuart Mole, Community Control (Union of Liberal Students, London, 1969).
  • E.J. Thompson, The Orpington By-Election (Liberal Party Organisation, London, 1962).
  • Ludvik Vaculik, The Relations Between Citizen and Power: Contribution at the Writers’ Conference 1967 (Liberal International British Group, London, 1967)
  • Donald Wade, Our Aim and Purpose (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1961).
  • John H. Williamson, The Crawling Peg (Princeton University, New Jersey, 1965).
  • Effective Organising series [FLYERS].
    • Effective Organising #1
    • Effective Organising #2
    • Effective Organising #3
    • Effective Organising #4
    • How to Run a Public Meeting: Effective Organising #5
    • Effective Organising #6
    • How to Plan a Branch Programme: Effective Organising #7
    • How to Run a Training School: Effective Organising #8
  • Vanguard series (Vanguard: A Liberal Viewpoint on Contemporary Problems).
    • Vanguard, No. 1
  • William Riddell, Vanguard, No. 2: Towards Scottish Home Rule (Vanguard Group, Edinburgh, 1968).

 

1970s misc

  • An Agent’s Guide to Local Elections (Home Counties Liberal Party, Egham, 1975).
  • Britain’s New Deal in Europe (HMSO, London, 1975).
  • Eastbourne ’70: A Strategy for Liberals (National League of Young Liberals, Eastbourne, 1970).
  • Forward With the Liberals (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1973).
  • Stop the Great Vote Robbery (LAGER, London, 1974).
  • This is Your Party (Liberal Party, London, 1976).
  • What the Police Committee Member Needs to Know (Association of Metropolitan Authorities, London, n.d.).
  • Why You Should Vote No (HMSO, London, 1975).
  • Why You Should Vote Yes (HMSO, London, 1975).
  • Window on Women: Past and Present — An Account of the Aims, Activities and Achievements of Women Liberals in the 20th Century (Women’s Liberal Federation, London, 1978).
  • Desmond Banks, The Liberal Programme for Europe (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1975).
  • ______________, Britain In…We Say Yes! (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1975).
  • ______________, Your Future With the Liberals (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1978).
  • Maurice Bennett (ed.), Money, and How to Raise it Liberally (East Midlands Regional Liberal Party, Nottingham, 1975).
  • Vivian Bingham, We Must Conquer Unemployment (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1978).
  • Roger Cowe (ed.), A Fool’s Guide to Economics (Young Liberal Economic League, London, 1979).
  • Harry Cowie, Full Employment Without Inflation (Liberal Publications Department, n.d. [1979?]).
  • Ralf Dahrendorf, Towards a European Science Policy: Nineteenth Fawley Foundation Lecture (Southampton University, Southampton, 1973).
  • Bernard Greaves (ed.), Scarborough Perspectives (Young Liberal Movement, London, 1971).
  • __________________, Liberals and Gay Rights (Liberal Party Organisation, London, 1977).
  • John Gray, John Stuart Mill and the Future of Liberalism (Privately printed, Oxford, 1976).
  • Jo Grimond, A Roar for the Lion (Exchange Publications Department, London, 1976).
  • Peter Hain, Radical Liberalism and Youth Politics (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1974).
  • Richard Holme, 1984: The Real Alternative — The Task for Liberals Now (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1979).
  • Emlyn Hooson, The Case for a Bill of Rights (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1978).
  • _____________, Law and Order in a Civilised Society (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1979).
  • Russell Johnston, To Be a Liberal (London, 1972).
  • Gordon Lishman, Community Politics Guide (North West Community Newspapers, Manchester, 1974).
  • Christopher Mayhew, Blueprint for a Breakthrough, 1-2-3-X (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1976).
  • Neva Orrell, Chris Brown and Ian Stuart, Reaching the Parts… That Other Liberals…; Being Advice on How to Reactivate That Derelict Branch or Constituency, by Those Who Have Successfully Done So (Home Counties Liberal Party, Egham, 1975).
  • John Pardoe, We Must Conquer Inflation: A Liberal Approach to the Greatest Danger of the Age (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1974).
  • ___________, The Liberal Road to Power (Exchange Publications, London, 1976).
  • Roger Pincham (ed.), A New Deal for British Farming (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1979).
  • David Steel, A New Political Agenda: Address by the Liberal Leader at the Llandudno Assembly, 1976 (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1976).
  • __________, Militant for the Reasonable Man: Addresses by the Liberal Leader at the Brighton Assembly, 1977 (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1977).
  • __________, A New Majority for a New Parliament: Speech by the Liberal Leader at the Annual Assembly of the Liberal Party, Southport, 1978 (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1978).
  • Graham Tope, Tony Greaves and Stuart Mole, Liberals and the Community (North West Community Newspapers, Todmorden, 1973).
  • Towards a New Political Agenda series
  • Graham Searle, Energy: Towards a New Political Agenda #1 (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1977).
  • David Liston et al, Liberal Enterprise: Towards a New Political Agenda #2 (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1977).
  • Philip Vince, To Each According…Liberal Tax Credit Proposals (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1979).

 

1980s misc (Liberal)

  • The Best System, 1884-1984: An Account of the First Hundred Years of the Electoral Reform Society (McDougall Fund, London, 1984).
  • A Chance to Work: A Liberal Programme for Investing in People (Liberal Publications Department, London, n.d.).
  • Civil Liberties and the Miners’ Dispute: First Report of the Independent Inquiry (National Council for Civil Liberties, London, 1984).
  • A Liberal Handbook for Women (Women’s Liberal Federation, London, 1982).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #1:  Our National Health Service - Towards a Vision for the Future (Liberal Party, London, 1978).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #2: A Comment on the Bureaucracy in the Reorganised Health Service (Liberal Party, London, 1980).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #3: A Liberal Response to “Patients First” (Liberal Party, London, 1980).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #4: Health Services and the Inner Cities - A Health Panel Response to “Saving Our Cities" (Liberal Party, London, 1980).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #5: Community Health Councils - A Developing Role (Liberal Party, London, 1981).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #6: A Liberal Party View of the Pattern of Hospital Provision (Liberal Party, London, 1981).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #7: Pay Policy and Industrial Relations in the NHS (Liberal Party, London, 1981).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #8: Care of the Dying (Liberal Party, London, 1982).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #9: Special Hospitals (Liberal Party, London, 1982).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #10: Care in the Community (Liberal Party, London, 1982).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #11: The Health Service - An Action Guide for Liberals (Liberal Party, London, 1983).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #12: Rural Health (Liberal Party, London, 1984).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #13: Health is Everything (Liberal Party, London, 1985).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #14: Access By Patients to Health Care Records (Liberal Party, London, 1986).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #15: Health Care and the Inner Cities (Liberal Party, London, 1986).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #16: Priorities for Liberals in Government (i) - An Agenda for Action for the NHS (Liberal Party, London, 1986).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #17: Priorities for Liberals in Government (ii) - Buildings for the 21st Century (Liberal Party, London, 1986).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #18: Freedom in Sickness and Health (Liberal Party, London, 1986).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #19: Fair Pay for NHS Staff (Liberal Party, London, 1986).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #20: Real Issues for Health Authority Members (Liberal Party, London, 1987).
    • Liberal Party Health Panel Paper #21: Health for Sale? A Critique of the Internal Market and Health Maintenance Organisation Models within the N.H.S. (Liberal Party, London, 1987).
  • National Liberal Club Official Opening of the David Lloyd George Room, Tuesday 1 March 1988 - official programme (NLC, London, 1988).
  • Survival: The Liberal Way to an Environment for the Future (Hebden Royd, Hebden Bridge, 1986).
  • Thwack! How Local Liberals Can Hit the Headlines (Greater Manchester Liberal Party, Manchester, n.d.).
  • Leighton Andrews, Liberalism Versus the Social Market Economy (Hebden Royd Publications, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
  • Paddy Ashdown and Richard Holme, First Steps: Back from the Brink (Liberal Party Organisation, London, 1985).
  • Alan Beith, Leadership for Freedom (Hebden Royd, Hebden Bridge, 1988).
  • David Boyle, Motor Saturation: The Trouble With Traffic (Liberal Ecology Group, London, 1986).
  • Chris Davies, Liberal Guide to Housing Repairs (Chris Davies, Liverpool, n.d. [c.1980]).
  • Jonathan Fryer (ed.), Foreign Affairs: A Liberal Discussion Document - By Members of the Foreign Affairs Panel of the Liberal Party (Carisbrooke Press, London, 1984).
  • Tony Greaves and Gordon Lishman, Democrats or Drones? (Hebden Royd, Hebden Bridge, 1987).
  • Hebden Royd Papers
    • David Thomson, The Shock-Troops of Pavement Politics: An Assessment of the Impact of Community Politics in the Liberal Party - Hebden Royd Paper #1 (Hebden Royd, Hebden Bridge, 1984).
    • Leighton Andrews, Liberalism Versus the Social Market Economy - Hebden Royd Paper #2 (Hebden Royd, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
    • Neville Presley, Uniting for Peace: A Policy for the Nineties - Hebden Royd Paper #3 (Hebden Royd, Hebden Bridge, 1986).
  • Peter Knowlson, Think You’re a Liberal? Discussions, How to Hold Them and Why (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1980).
  • Sarah Ludford, Fair Deal for Women (ELDR, London, 1989).
  • Elizabeth Sidney, Women, Health and Community Health Care (Women’s Liberal Federation, London, 1984).
  • Michael Steed and John Curtice, From Warrington and Croydon to Downing St.: How to Sort Out the Psephological Details of a Liberal-Social Democrat Alliance (Michael Steed and John Curtice/N.W.C.N. Ltd., Manchester, 1981).
  • David Steel, Labour at 80…Time to Retire (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1980).
  • Philip Vince, …To Each According… Tax Credit - The Liberal Plan for Tax and Social Security, 1983 (Sarsen Press, Winchester, 1983).
  • Richard Wainwright, New Wisdom for a New Age (Cambridge Liberal Association, Cambridge, 1984).
  • ________________, Fairer Shares: The Liberal Way of Encouraging the Spreading of Welath by an Accessions Tax (Hebden Royd, Hebden Bridge, 1986).
  • Jennifer Ware (ed.), Policy Guidelines, London - 1982 (London Liberal Party, London, 1982).

 

1980s misc (SDP/Alliance)

  • Back to Work: Interim Report of the Liberal/SDP Alliance Commission on Employment and Industrial Recovery, August 1982 (Poland Street Publications, London, 1982).
  • Defence and Disarmament: Report of the Joint SDP-Liberal Alliance Commission (Hebden Royd Publications, Hebden Bridge, 1986).
  • Electoral Reform: First Report of the Joint Liberal/SDP Alliance Commission on Constitutional Reform, July 1982 (Poland Street Publications, London, 1982).
  • SDP Local Government Election Handbook (SDP, London, 1982).
  • SDP — Caring About People…Caring About Costs…: Policy Guidelines for the Local Elections, 1984 (SDP, London, 1984).
  • What Future for Northern Ireland? Report of the Alliance Commission on Northern Ireland (Hebden Royd Publications, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
  • Lesley Abdela, Liz Barker, Helen Drummond, Zerbanoo Gifford, Julie Horton, Harriet Steele, Elizabeth Sidney, Janice Turner and Susan Thomas, Freedom & Choice for Women: A Liberal-SDP Alliance Policy Proposal (Hebden Royd, Hebden Bridge, 1986).
  • Alliance Papers
    • Alex Carlile and Robert Maclennan, Government, Law and Justice: The Case for a Ministry of Justice - Alliance Paper #1 (Hebden Royd, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
    • Equal Justice: Report of a Joint Working Party - Alliance Paper #2 (Hebden Royd, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
  • Victor Anderson, Peter Beresford, Suzy Croft, Steve Dawe, Peter Hain, Simon Hebditch, Geoff Hodgson and Chris Mullin, The Realignment of the Right: The Real Face of the SDP (Labour Co-Ordinating Committee, London, 1982).
  • David Boyle, How to Deal With the Media (Association of Social Democrat Councillors, London, 1985).
  • Douglas Eden, The Future of Social Democracy - As Written for The Social Democrat (Jaguar Press, London, 1983).
  • Richard Holme and Tom McNally, Freeze: An Alliance for Peace (Poland Street Publications, London, 1982).
  • David Hughes, Liberals and Social Democrats: The Case for an Alliance (Poland Street Publications, London, 1981).
  • Matthew Oakeshott, The Road from Limehouse to Westminster (Radical Centre for Democratic Studies in Industry and Society, London, 1981).

 

1980s misc (Social and Liberal Democrats)

  • Britain Without Thatcher: Five Tasks for the Nineties (1988).
  • Constitution of the Social and Liberal Democrats (Liberal Democrat Publications, Hebden Bridge, 1988).
  • What Choice Have Northern Ireland’s Voters Got? (SLD 650, Belfast, 1989).
  • Paddy Ashdown, Winning the Battle of Ideas: Speeches Delivered During the 1988 Leadership Election (1988).
  • Paddy Ashdown, Alan Beith, Francis Cairncross, Mark Goyder, Dieter Helm, Chris Huhne, Robert Hutchison, David Marquand, Nancy Seear, Christopher Smallwood and Hilary Wainwright, People, Prosperity and Politics: A LINk Conference (LINk Publications, Hebden Bridge, 1989).
  • Paul Beatty and Christopher Walmsley, From Collective to Common Security (FREEZE, Bristol, 1988).
  • Duncan Brack, The Myth of the Social Market (LINk Publications, Hebden Bridge, 1989).
  • _____________, Taking the Temperature - The NHS: A Review of the Eighties with Ideas for the Nineties  (Social and Liberal Democrats Health Association, London, 1988).
  • _____________, Europe and Human Rights (1989).
  • Ralf Dahrendorf, The Future Tasks of Liberalism: A Political Agenda (1988).
  • Felix Dodds (ed.), Into the 21st Century: An Agenda for Political Realignment (Green Print, Basingstoke, 1988).
  • Jonathan Fryer, The Price of Partnership: Britain and Europe in a Developing World (1988).
  • Gwynoro Jones, Golden Opportunities (ARC Press, Wales, 1988).
  • Sarah Ludford, Fair Deal for Women (TEAM Promotions, London, 1989).
  • David Marquand, East/West Relations: Hopes and Fears (1988).

 

1990s misc

  • The Future of Community Politics (Liberal Democrat Publications, Dorchester, 1995).
  • Political Speech and Race Relations in a Liberal Democracy: Report of an Inquiry into the conduct ofTower Hamlets Liberal Democrats in publishing allegedly racist election literature between 1990 and 1993 (Liberal Democrats, London, 1993).
  • Paddy Ashdown, Making Change Our Ally (Liberal Democrat Publications, Dorchester, 1995).
  • ______________, Signposts for the Next Ten Years: From the Speeches of the Rt. Hon. Paddy Ashdown MP, November 1997-July 1998 (London, 1998).
  • Muriel Chamberlain, Who Founded the Liberal Party (University College of Swansea, Swansea, 1991).
  • Anthony Dix, Britain’s Forgotten Army: 50,000 Prisoners (1990).
  • Andrew Duff, Britain’s Agenda in Europe: The United Kingdom Presidency of the Council of the European Union, January to June 1998 (Federal Trust for Education and Research, London, 1997).
  • Bernard Greaves, Tackling Crime Together: The Liberal Democrat Commitment to Safer Neighbourhoods (ALDC, Hebden Bridge, 1993).
  • Peter Joyce, Towards the Sound of Gunfire: A Short History of the Liberal Democrats, 1st edition (Liberal Democrat Publications, London, 1993).
  • __________, Towards the Sound of Gunfire: A Short History of the Liberal Democrats, 2nd edition (Liberal Democrat Publications, London, 1994). [3rd edition is kept in section of books on “Liberal Democrats”]
  • Stephen Livingstone, Civil Liberties and Northern Ireland (1990).
  • Kiron Reid (ed.), Riot & Responsibility: Young Liberal Democrat Essays in Radical Liberalism and Where the Liberal Democrats Should be Going (LDYS, London, 1993).
  • Geoffrey Thomas, Liberal Democracy: The Radical Tradition (Liberal Democrat Publications, Dorchester, 1994).
  • Bernard Wasserstein, Herbert Samuel and the Partition of Palestine: The Sixteenth Sacks Lecture (Oxfford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies. Oxford, 1990).
  • Rif Winfield, Liberals in Parliament: An Electoral History, 1924-1994 (Aberystwyth: University of Wales Press, 1994).

 

2000s misc

  • Best Practice Guides
    • Best Practice Guide Number 1
    • Best Practice Guide Number 2
    • Cllr Ann De Vechi, Cllr David Rogers, Norman Baker MP and Cllr Ann Shaw OBE, The Lewes and Three Rivers Story: Best Practice Guide Number 3 (LGA Liberal Democrats, London, 2007).
    • Ed Fordham and Rob Banks, Action For Our Cities: Best Practice Guide Number 4 (LGA Liberal Democrats, London, 2009).
  • David Boyle, Communities Actually: A Study of Liberal Democrat Localism in Action (LGA Liberal Democrats, London, 2007).
  • __________, Power Actually (LGA Liberal Democrats, London, 2007).
  • __________, Greening Actually (LGA Liberal Democrats, London, 2009).
  • Nick Clegg, Doing Less to Do More: A New Focus for the EU (Centre for European Studies, London, 2000).
  • Nick Clegg and Richard Grayson, Learning From Europe: Lessons in Education (Centre for European Reform, London, 2002).
  • Ed Fordham and Benedict Greening, Local Elections 2006: The First 100 Days (LGA Liberal Democrats, London, 2006).
  • Bernard Greaves and David Boyle, The Theory and Practice of Community Economics (ALDC, Hebden Bridge, 2008).
  • Jeremy Hargreaves, Wasted Rainforests: An Essay on the Policy-Making Process of the Liberal Democrats (Jeremy Hargreaves, London, 2004).
  • Richard Kemp, Erica Kemp, Colin Eldridge and Billy Maxwell, Cabinet Member for Your Ward: A New Challenge for All Councillors (Leadership Centre for Local Government, London, 2007).
  • Richard Kemp (ed.), Pavement to Power (LGA Liberal Democrats/Leadership Centre for Local Government, London, 2009).
  • ________________, Smart Government for Hard Times: A Local Liberal Democrat Response to the Recession (LGA Liberal Democrats/Leadership Centre for Local Government, London, 2009).
  • Seth Thevoz (ed.), The Local Parliament: A Liberal Democrat Approach to Devolution (LGA Liberal Democrats/Leadership Centre for Local Government, London, 2008).

 

2010s misc

  • Coalition and Beyond: Liberal Reforms for the Decade Ahead (Liberal Reform, London, 2012).
  • The Compliance Guide to the 2017 UK Parliament General Election (LDHQ Compliance Department, London, 2017).
  • What We Are Thinking & Doing: Liberal Democrats in Education Pamphlet Number 8 (LGA Liberal Democrats, London, 2011).
  • Charlotte Baker, Maxine Johnson and Sam Lawson, Your Liberal Britain: Autumn Conference 2017: Day-By-Day Motion Summaries (Your Liberal Britain, London, 2017).
  • Peter Bancroft, David Thorpe and Joe Otten, The Sharing Economy (Liberal Reform, London, 2017).
  • David Boyle and Joe Zammit-Lucia, A Radical Politics for Business (New Weather Institute/Web of Life Foundation/Camunico, Amsterdam, 2015).
  • Will Brett, It’s Good to Talk: Doing Referendums Differently After the EU Vote (Electoral Reform Society/Democratic Futures, 2016).
  • Duwayne Brooks (ed.), Fighting Crime - Locally (LGA Liberal Democrats, London, 2012).
  • Lynne Featherstone, Race Equality and the Liberal Democrats (Runnymede, London, 2010).
  • Nick Harvey, After the Rose Garden: Harsh Lessons for the Smaller Coalition Party About How to be Seen and Heard in Government - InsideOUT Paper #11 (Institute for Government, London, 2015).
  • David Howarth and Mark Pack, The 20% Strategy: Building a Core Vote for the Liberal Democrats (Howarth and Pack, Cambridge, 2015).
  • Richard Kemp (ed.), Community Politics in the 21st Century: The Challenges and Opportunities for Community Politicians (LGA Liberal Democrats, London, 2010).
  • ________________, Delivering Localism: How Liberal Democrats in Government Are Helping to Set Councils Free (LGA Liberal Democrats, London, 2011).
  • ________________, The Fightback Starts Here… How Liberal Democrat Councils Have Made a Difference - And Why We Will Keep Fighting for Our Communities! (LGA Liberal Democrats, London, 2011).
  • Helena Morrissey, Processes and Culture Within the Liberal Democrats and Recommendations for Change: An Independent Inquiry (London, Liberal Democrats, 2013).
  • Mark Pack, How to Rebuild the Liberal Democrats (Liberal Democrat Newswire, London, 2016).
  • Mark Pack (ed.), Top Tips for Local Campaigners (ALDC, Hebden Bridge, 2012).
  • Paul Pettinger, The Progressive Alliance: Why the Liberal Democrats Need It (Compass, London, 2017).
  • Stephen Tall (ed.), The Coalition and Beyond: Liberal Reforms for the Decade Ahead (Liberal Reform, London, 2014).
  • Matthew Taylor, Garden Villages: Empowering Localism to Solve the Housing Crisis (Policy Exchange, London, 2015).
  • Seth Thévoz, Show Me the Money: A Study of the Efficacy of Donations and Spending on Lib Dem Seats at the 2015 UK General Election (OpenDemocracy, London, 2016).
  • Chris White (ed.), Lib Dem Action On…Local Economy (LGA Liberal Democrats, London, 2012).
  • Giles Wilkes, The Unelected Lynchpin: Why Government Needs Special Advisers Paper #10 (Institute for Government, London, 2014).
  • Jim Williams and Mark Pack, Reinventing the Liberal Democrats: How to Build a Party for Tomorrow (Your Liberal Britain, London, 2017).

 

'A Report to the Liberal Party’ series, 1962

  • Arthur Holt et al, Transport (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1962).
  • Bryan Keith-Lucas et al, Local Government (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1962).
  • Eric Lubbock et al, Housing (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1962).
  • Peter McGregor et al, Industrial Affairs (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1962).
  • Bruce Pattison et al, Education (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1962).
  • Mrs. L. [Inga-Stina] Robson et al, Consumer Protection (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1962).
  • G.S.A. Wheatcroft et al, Taxation (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1962).

 

Association of Liberal Councillors, 1967-1988

  • ALC Activists’ Guide series
    • Arthur Preece and Tony Greaves, ALC Activists’ Guide #1: How to Organise the Postal Vote for Local and National Elections - A Briefing for Liberals (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Tony Greaves, ALC Activists’ Guide #2: Polling Day - A Guide to Organisation (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Tony Greaves, ALC Activists’ Guide #3: Knocking On Doors (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Tony Greaves, ALC Activists’ Guide #4: Leaflet Delivery Systems (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Activists’ Guide #5: Keeping Ward Records, 2nd Edition (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Chris Rennard. Michael Key, Peter Knowlson and David Vasmer, ALC Activists’ Guide #6: Members, Money and Workers - A Guide to Liberal Recruitment (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Activists’ Guide #7: Candidate Selection and Approval for Local Election (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Chris Rennard, ALC Activists’ Guide #8: Winning By-Elections (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • T. Hill and P. Winch, ALC Activists’ Guide #9: Doing Your Own Printing - Setting Up, Printing Societies, Mistakes to Avoid, VAT, etc. (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Activists’ Guide #10: Don’t Panic - A FOCUS Editor’s Guide to Legalities, Libel/Copyright (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Activists’ Guide #11: Liberal Councillors Tax Guide (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Tony Greaves, ALC Activists’ Guide #12: Election Agent’s Guide to Local Elections - Essential Guide (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Chris Rennard, ALC Activists’ Guide #13: Getting Activists - Keeping Members. Members, Money and Workers, Part 2. (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Activists’ Guide #14 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Activists’ Guide #15 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Activists’ Guide #16 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Activists’ Guide #17 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Activists’ Guide #18 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Activists’ Guide #19 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Activists’ Guide #20 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Activists’ Guide #21: Local Elections & the S.D.P. - Tactics for Liberals (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Activists’ Guide #22: Standing Orders for Liberal Council Groups (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Margaret Clay, ALC Activists’ Guide #23: Working with the S.D.P. on the Council - A Guide for Liberals (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
  • ALC Campaign Booklet series
    • Trevor Jones, ALC Campaign Booklet #1: Could You Be a Liberal Councillor? (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Elisabeth Wilson, ALC Campaign Booklet #2: Casework - How to Cope & Stay Sane: A System for Dealing With Casework (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Trevor Jones & Margaret Clay, ALC Campaign Booklet #3: On the Council - A Guide for Liberals (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • John Smithson, ALC Campaign Booklet #4: Community Campaign Manual (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Phoebe Winch, ALC Campaign Booklet #5: Parish Politics - A Liberal Guide (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Tony Greaves, ALC Campaign Booklet #6: How to Produce Focus - and Live! (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Margaret Clay, ALC Campaign Booklet #7: Life in the Balance (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Tony Greaves, ALC Campaign Booklet #8: How to Fight Local Elections and Win, 2nd Edition (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Andrew Ellis, Tony Greaves and Mike Oborski, ALC Campaign Booklet #9: Housing - A Guide for Activists (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Mike Oborski, ALC Campaign Booklet #10: How to Get Things Done (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Mike Oborski, ALC Campaign Booklet #11: Press, TV and Radio (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Bernard Greaves and Gordon Lishman, ALC Campaign Booklet #12: The Theory and Practice of Community Politics (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1980).
    • Viv Bingham and Margaret Clay, ALC Campaign Booklet #13: Community Help for the Unemployed (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1980).
    • ALC Campaign Booklet #14: Rural Campaigning Guide (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1980).
    • ALC Campaign Booklet #15 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1980).
    • Peter Chegwyn, ALC Campaign Booklet #16: Community Help for the Unemployed (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1980).
    • Leighton Andrews (ed.), ALC Campaign Booklet #17: Breaking the Chains - An Independent Voice for the Unions (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1980).
  • ALC Fundraisers Manual series
    • Jeremy Shaw, ALC Fundraisers Manual #1: How to Run a Jumble Sale (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Jeremy Shaw, ALC Fundraisers Manual #2: Advertising and Focus (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Jeremy Shaw, ALC Fundraisers Manual #3: How to Run a Tote (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Tim Clement-Jones, ALC Fundraisers Manual #4: Fundays Without Tears (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
  • ALC Members’ Bulletin (1970-1987)
    • ALC Bulletin (Conference special, undated, c.1970-2).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1970 (1).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1970 (2).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1970 (3).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1970 (4).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1970 (5).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1970 (6).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1971 (1).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1971 (2).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1971 (3).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1971 (4).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1971 (5).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1971 (6).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1972 (1).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1972 (2).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1972 (3).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1972 (4).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1972 (5).
    • ALC Bulletin, 1972 (6).
    • ALC Bulletin, Spring 1973.
    • ALC Bulletin, Summer 1973.
    • ALC Bulletin, Autumn 1973.
    • ALC Bulletin, Winter 1973.
    • ALC Bulletin, Spring 1974.
    • ALC Bulletin, Summer 1974.
    • ALC Bulletin, Autumn 1974.
    • ALC Bulletin, Winter 1974.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1975, Number 1.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1975, Number 2.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1975, Number 3.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1975, Number 4.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1975, Number 5.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1975, Number 6.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1976, Number 1.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1976, Number 2.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1976, Number 3.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1976, Number 4.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1976, Number 5.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1976, Number 6.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1977, Number 1.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1977, Number 2.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1977, Number 3.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1977, Number 4.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1977, Number 5.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1977, Number 6.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1978, Number 1.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1978, Number 2.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1978, Number 3.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1978, Number 4.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1978, Number 5.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1978, Number 6.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1979, Number 1.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1979, Number 2.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1979, Number 3.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1979, Number 4.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1979, Number 5.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1979, Number 6.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1980, Number 1.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1980, Number 2.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1980, Number 3.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1980, Number 4.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1980, Number 5.
    • ALC Bulletin, 1980, Number 6.
    • ALC Bulletin81, Number 1.
    • ALC Bulletin81, Number 2.
    • ALC Bulletin81, Number 3.
    • ALC Bulletin81, Number 4.
    • ALC Bulletin81, Number 5.
    • ALC Bulletin81, Number 6.
    • ALC Bulletin 1982, Number 1.
    • ALC Bulletin 1982, Number 2.
    • ALC Bulletin 1982, Number 3.
    • ALC Bulletin 1982, Number 4.
    • ALC Bulletin 1982, Number 5.
    • ALC Bulletin 1982, Number 6.
    • ALC Bulletin 1983, Number 1.
    • ALC Bulletin 1983, Number 2.
    • ALC Bulletin 1983, Number 3.
    • ALC Bulletin 1983, Number 4.
    • ALC Bulletin 1983, Number 5.
    • ALC Bulletin 1983, Number 6.
    • ALC Bulletin 1984, Number 1.
    • ALC Bulletin 1984, Number 2.
    • ALC Bulletin 1984, Number 3.
    • ALC Bulletin 1984, Number 4.
    • ALC Bulletin 1984, Number 5.
    • ALC Bulletin 1984, Number 6.
    • ALC Bulletin 1985, Number 1.
    • ALC Bulletin 1985, Number 2.
    • ALC Bulletin 1985, Number 3.
    • ALC Bulletin 1985, Number 4.
    • ALC Bulletin 1985, Number 5.
    • ALC Bulletin 1985, Number 6.
    • ALC Bulletin 1986, Number 1.
    • ALC Bulletin 1986, Number 2.
    • ALC Bulletin 1986, Number 3.
    • ALC Bulletin 1986, Number 4.
    • ALC Bulletin 1986, Number 5.
    • ALC Bulletin 1986, Number 6.
    • ALC Bulletin 1987, Number 1.
    • ALC Bulletin 1987, Number 2.
    • ALC Bulletin 1987, Number 3.
    • ALC Bulletin 1987, Number 4.
    • ALC Bulletin 1987, Number 5.
    • Merger - A ‘Members’ Bulletin’ Briefing.
  • ALC Grapevine (1980-1987)
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Special Edition, May 1981.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, July 1981.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Number 7, September 1981.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Special Issue. [Undated, but post-September 1981]
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 2, No. 2, December 1981.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 2, No. 3, January 1982.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 2, No. 4, April 1982.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 2, No. 5, June 1982.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 3, No. 1, September 1982.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 3, No. 2, October 1982.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 3, No. 3, December 1982.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 3, No. 4, February 1983.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 3, No. 5, April 1983.
    • NHS Job Cuts: A ‘Grapevine’ Briefing.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 4, No. 2, October 1983.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Special Issue, November 1983.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 4, No. 3, December 1983.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Special Issue, May 1984.
    • Surcharge and Disqualification of Councillors / Education Bill 1986 - A Grapevine Briefing.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 5, No. 1, September 1984.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 6, No. 2, November 1985.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 6, No. 4, February 1986.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 6, No. 5, March 1986.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 6, No. 6, June/July 1986.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 7, No. 1, September 1986.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 7, No. 2, November 1986.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 7, No. 3, December 1986.
    • Grapevine: Liberal Council Groups Mailing, Vol. 7, No. 6, July 1987.
  • ALDC Practical Briefing series
    • ALC Practical Briefings Number 1 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Practical Briefings Number 2 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Margaret Clay, Making the Most of Europe: How to Get Money from EEC Funds - ALC Practical Briefings Number 3 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Practical Briefings Number 4 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Margaret Clay, Opening Up the Council - ALC Practical Briefings Number 5 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Robin Grayson, Workers’ Co-Operatives - ALC Practical Briefings Number 6 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
    • Richard Kemp, Creating Small Businesses: Managed Workspace - ALC Practical Briefings Number 7 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
    • ALC Practical Briefings Number 8 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Practical Briefings Number 9 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Practical Briefings Number 10 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Caroline Titley and Mark Hayes, Council Housing: Providing Houses - ALC Practical Briefings Number 11 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Deirdre Razzall, Council Housing: Housing Departments - ALC Practical Briefings Number 12 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Graham Evans, Council Housing: Allocation - ALC Practical Briefings Number 13 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Practical Briefings Number 14 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Greg Trimmer, Private Landlords & Tenants - ALC Practical Briefings Number 15 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Mike Oborski, Andrew Ellis, Tony Greaves & Others, Health Hazards - ALC Practical Briefings Number 16 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • ALC Practical Briefings Number 17 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Graham Evans & Mark Hayes, Housing Finance - ALC Practical Briefings Number 18 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Mark Hayes, Rents & Rates - ALC Practical Briefings Number 19 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
  • Grassroots Booklets
    • Bruce Galloway with Ruth Cohen, Simon Hughes, Peter Thornton, Vivienne Gay and N.C.C.L., There Ought to Be a Law… A Liberal Focus on Civil Liberties - Grassroots Booklet 1 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1983).
    • Bruce Galloway and Bernard Greaves, Out From the Closet: A Liberal Focus on Gay Rights - Grassroots Booklet 2 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1983).
    • Peter Chegwyn, If Only They Could Vote: A Liberal Focus on Animal Rights - Grassroots Booklet 3 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1983).
    • Ray Beatty, Free Speech: How to Reform the Media - Grassroots Booklet 4 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1984).
    • Peter Chivall (ed.), Liberalism, Defence and Disarmament: A Radical Perspective - Grassroots Booklet 5 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1984).
    • Leighton Andrews, A Good Age: A Liberal Approach to the Politics of Ageing - Grassroots Booklet 6 (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1984).
  • Association of Liberal Councillors Topical Series
    • Michael Steed and John Curtice, One in Four: An Examination of the Alliance Performance at the Constituency Level in the 1983 General Election - Association of Liberal Councillors Topical Series #1 (ALC, Hebden Bridge, 1983).
    • David Vasmer (ed.), Paul Clark, Chris Davies, Trevor Jones, Richard Pine, and Mike Storey, Liverpool Under Labour: The First 100 Days - Association of Liberal Councillors Topical Series #2 (ALC, Hebden Bridge, 1983).
    • Association of Liberal Councillors Topical Series #3 (ALC, Hebden Bridge, n.d.).
    • Roger Carrier, Crisis in Local Government Finance - Association of Liberal Councillors Topical Series #4 (ALC, Hebden Bridge, 1984).
    • Guy Liddell and Derek Barrie, Action for Jobs, by Cheltenham and North-East Fife Councils - Association of Liberal Councillors Topical Series #5 (ALC, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
    • Action Programme series (1980s)
  • Action Programme for the Counties (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1981).
  • Action Programme for the Districts (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1982).
  • Action Programme for the London Boroughs (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1982).
  • The Worthing Declaration (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
  • Phoebe Winch, Action with the ALC: Ten Years at the Birchcliffe Centre (Association of Liberal Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1986).

 

Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, 1988-present

  • ALDC: 40 Years of Community Campaigning, 1967-2007 (Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 2007).
  • Beating the Green Party: A Practical Guide for Liberal Democrats on Fighting Elections Against the Green Party (Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, Hebden Bridge, c.2007).
  • Winning Local Elections: Volume 1 - Basic Campaign Skills (Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 2006).
  • Winning Local Elections: Volume 2 - Advanced Campaign Techniques (Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 2006).
  • Jackie Ballard, Beyond Public Question Time (Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1995).
  • Steve Hitchins and Alana Coombes, Effective Opposition (Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1999).
  • Steve Hitchins and Katie Hall, Defending Control (Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 2003).
  • Richard Kemp (ed.), The Rise and Rise of Urban Liberalism (Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1998).
  • Chris Rennard, Winning Local Elections (Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1989).
  • ____________, The Campaign Manual (Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 1995).
  • Hilary Stephenson and Mark Pack, Basic Election Law: A Guide to the Fundamentals of Election Law (Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, Hebden Bridge, 2001).

 

Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, Goldmine (1993-2006)

  • Goldmine, No. 1, 19th March 1993.
  • Goldmine, No. 2, March 1993.
  • Goldmine, No. 3, April 1993.
  • Goldmine, No. 4, June 1993.
  • Goldmine, No. 5, July 1993.
  • Goldmine, No. 6, August 1993.
  • Goldmine, No. 7, September 1993.
  • Goldmine, No. 8, October 1993.
  • Goldmine, No. 9, November 1993.
  • SEVERAL MISSING ISSUES.
  • Goldmine, 1995 Budget Special.
  • Goldmine, 1st April 1995.
  • SEVERAL MISSING ISSUES.
  • SEVERAL MISSING ISSUES.
  • Goldmine, Glasgow Conference Special [September 1995].
  • Goldmine, October 1995.
  • Goldmine, Queen’s Speech Special [November 1995].
  • Goldmine, May 1996.
  • SEVERAL MISSING ISSUES.
  • Green Pack, Environment Campaign Pack Autumn 1998 - A Goldmine Special Edition. 
  • SEVERAL MISSING ISSUES.
  • Goldmine, April 2000.
  • Goldmine, June 2000.
  • Goldmine, July 2000.
  • Goldmine, Summer 2000 Campaign Pack.
  • Goldmine, Autumn [2000] Campaign Special.
  • Goldmine, November 2000.
  • Goldmine, December 2000.
  • Goldmine, January 2001.
  • SEVERAL MISSING ISSUES.
  • Goldmine, December 2001.
  • SEVERAL MISSING ISSUES.
  • Goldmine, August 2002.
  • SEVERAL MISSING ISSUES.
  • Goldmine, June 2003.
  • Goldmine, July 2003.
  • Goldmine, September 2003.
  • Goldmine, October 2003.
  • Goldmine, November 2003.
  • Goldmine, December 2003.
  • Goldmine, February 2004.
  • Goldmine, April 2004.
  • Goldmine, May 2004.
  • Goldmine, July 2004.
  • Goldmine, September 2004.
  • Goldmine, October 2004.
  • Goldmine, November 2004.
  • Goldmine, January 2005.
  • Goldmine, March 2005.
  • Goldmine, April 2005.
  • Goldmine, May 2005.
  • Goldmine, June 2005.
  • Goldmine, July 2005.
  • Goldmine, August 2005.
  • Goldmine, September 2005.
  • Goldmine, November 2005.
  • Goldmine, December 2005.
  • Goldmine, January 2006.
  • Goldmine, February 2006.
  • Goldmine, March 2006.
  • Goldmine, April 2006.
  • Goldmine, May 2006.
  • Goldmine, June 2006.
  • Goldmine, August 2006.
  • Goldmine, September 2006.
  • Goldmine, October 2006.
  • Goldmine, November 2006.
  • Goldmine, December 2006.

 

Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, Grassroots Campaigner (1995-2007)

  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 1, Issue 1, December 1995.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 1, Issue 2, February 1995.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 1, Issue 3, April 1995.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 1, Issue 4, June 1995.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 1, Issue 5, August 1996.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 1, Issue 6, October 1996.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 1, Issue 7, December 1996.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 2, Issue 1, February 1997.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 2, Issue 2, April 1997.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 2, Issue 3, June 1997.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 2, Issue 4, September 1997.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 2, Issue 5, November 1997.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 2, Issue 6, December 1997.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 3, Issue 1, February 1998.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 3, Issue 2, March 1998.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 3, Issue 3, December 1998.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 3, Issue 4, July 1998.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 3, Issue 5, September 1998.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 3, Issue 6, December 1998.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 4, Issue 1, February 1999.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 4, Issue 2, March 1999.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 4, Issue 3, July 1999.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 4, Issue 4, September 1999.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 4, Issue 5, November 1999.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 4, Issue 6, December 1999.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 5, Issue 1, February 2000.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 5, Issue 2, March 2000.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 5, Issue 3, July 2000.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 5, Issue 4, September 2000.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 5, Issue 5, November 2000.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 5, Issue 6, December 2000.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 6, Issue 1, February 2001.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 6, Issue 2, March 2001.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 6, Issue 3, July 2001.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 6, Issue 4, September 2001.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 6, Issue 5, November 2001.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 6, Issue 6, December 2001.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 7, Issue 1, February 2002.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 7, Issue 2, March 2002.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 7, Issue 3, July 2002.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 7, Issue 4, September 2002.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 7, Issue 5, November 2002.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 7, Issue 6, December 2002.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 8, Issue 1, February 2003.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 8, Issue 2, April 2003.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 8, Issue 3, July 2003.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 8, Issue 4, September 2003.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 8, Issue 5, November 2003.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 8, Issue 6, January 2004.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 9, Issue 1, February 2005.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 9, Issue 2, April 2005.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 9, Issue 3, July 2005.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 9, Issue 4, August 2005.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 9, Issue 5, November 2005.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 9, Issue 6, December 2005.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 10, Issue 1, February 2006.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 10, Issue 2, April 2006.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 10, Issue 3, July 2006.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 10, Issue 4, August 2006.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 10, Issue 5, November 2006.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 10, Issue 6, December 2006.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 11, Issue 1, February 2007.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 11, Issue 2, April 2007.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 11, Issue 3, June 2007.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 11, Issue 4, September 2007.
  • Grassroots Campaigner, Vol. 11, Issue 5, November 2007.

 

Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, Campaigner/Local Campaigner (2006-2014)

  • Campaigner, March 2007.
  • Campaigner, July 2007.
  • Campaigner, November 2007.
  • Campaigner, January 2008.
  • Campaigner, March 2008.
  • Campaigner, July 2008.
  • Campaigner, September 2008.
  • Campaigner, November 2008.
  • Campaigner, February 2009.
  • Campaigner, June 2009.
  • Campaigner, July 2009.
  • Campaigner, October 2009.
  • Campaigner, December 2009.
  • Campaigner, February 2010.
  • Campaigner, February 2010.
  • Campaigner, April 2010.
  • Campaigner, June 2010.
  • Campaigner, August 2010.
  • Campaigner, October 2010.
  • Campaigner, February 2011.
  • Campaigner, June 2011.
  • Local Campaigner, August 2011.
  • Local Campaigner, October 2011.
  • Local Campaigner, December 2011.
  • Local Campaigner, February 2012.
  • Local Campaigner, April 2012.
  • Local Campaigner, June 2012.
  • Local Campaigner, August 2012.
  • Local Campaigner, October 2012.
  • Local Campaigner, December 2012.
  • Local Campaigner, Spring Issue 2013.
  • Local Campaigner, Summer Issue 2013.
  • Local Campaigner, Autumn Issue 2013.
  • Local Campaigner, Winter Issue 2013-14.
  • Local Campaigner, Spring Issue 2014.

 

Centre for Reform papers (1998-2002)

  • Richard Grayson and John Howson, Saving Our Future: Disaffection With Schools — Centre for Reform Paper No. 1 (Centre for Reform, London, 1998).
  • Michael Ignatieff and Sean Neeson, Identity and Politics: A Conversation with Michael Ignatieff and Sean Neeson — Centre for Reform Paper No. 2 (Centre for Reform, London, 1998).
  • Dick Newby, Britain’s Constitutional Revolution: Challenges for the English Regions — Centre for Reform Paper No. 3 (Centre for Reform, London, 1998).
  • William Wallace and Neil Stockley, foreword by Diana Maddock, ed. Richard Grayson, Liberal Democrats and the ‘Third Way’ — Centre for Reform Paper No. 4 (Centre for Reform, London, 1998).
  • David Boyle, Alternative Currencies, Alternative Identites — Centre for Reform Paper No. 5 (Centre for Reform, London, 1998).
  • Dick Taverne, Tax and the Euro — Centre for Reform Paper No. 6 (Centre for Reform, London, 1998).
  • Vincent Cable, Preparing for EMU: A Liberal Democrat Approach — Centre for Reform Paper No. 7 (Centre for Reform, London, 1998).
  • Nicholas Bromley, Richard Grayson, Jay Liotta, Margaret Sharp and Ryan White, Funding Federalism: A Report on Systems of Government Finance — Centre for Reform Paper No. 8 (Centre for Reform, London, 1999).
  • Steve Webb, A New Future for the Basic State Pension — Centre for Reform Paper No. 9 (Centre for Reform, London, 1999).
  • Jackie Ballard, with Bill le Breton, Ruth Coleman, Wyn Evans, Richard Grayson, Martin King and Hywel Morgan, Power in the Community: A Vision of Local Government — Centre for Reform Paper No. 10 (Centre for Reform, London, 1999).
  • Paul Hodgson, Archy Kirkwood and Trevor Smith, Directors’ Remuneration and Private Utilities — Centre for Reform Paper No. 11 (Centre for Reform, London, 1999).
  • Laura Brodie and Andrew Stunnell, Energy: Clean and Green by 2050 — Centre for Reform Paper No. 12 (Centre for Reform, London, 1999).
  • Andrew Tucker, Why Trust Has No Part in Modern Politics — Centre for Reform Paper No. 13 (Centre for Reform, London, 1999).
  • Alison Holmes, with Duncan Brack, Andrew Duff, David Laws, and Nick South, foreword by Paddy Ashdown, Beyond Citizen’s Britain — Centre for Reform Paper No. 14 (Centre for Reform, London, 1999).
  • Jane Coker, Georgina Dobson, Nick Hardwick, Kate Harris, Richard Kemp, Sandy Ruxton and Graham Watson, introduction by Simon Hughes, Asylum: A Balanced View — Centre for Reform Paper No. 15 (Centre for Reform, London, 2000).
  • Paddy Ashdown, The Invisible Revolution: The globalisation of Power and its Consequences for Our Politics at Home and Abroad — Centre for Reform Paper No. 16 (Centre for Reform, London, 2000).
  • Barbara Lindsay, Women, Children and Poverty: Values and Visions — Centre for Reform Paper No. 17 (Centre for Reform, London, 2000).
  • Francis Wilkinson, The Leaf and the Law: The Case for the Legalisation of Cannabis — Centre for Reform Paper No. 18 (Centre for Reform, London, 2000).
  • Edward Davey MP, Making MPs Work for Our Money: Reforming Parliament’s Role in Budget Scrutiny — Centre for Reform Paper No. 19 (Centre for Reform, London, 2000).
  • Mark Hinnells and Stephen Potter, Don’t Tax More, Tax Different! A Tax Paradigm for Sustainability — Centre for Reform Paper No. 20 (Centre for Reform, London, 2001).
  • Maria Menezes and Andrew Stunell MP, The Nuclear Age: Cleaning Up the Mess — Centre for Reform Paper No. 21 (Centre for Reform, London, 2001).
  • Brian Cotter MP, Creating an Entrepreneurial Culture: Unleashing the Potential of Britain’s Small Businesses — Centre for Reform Paper No. 22 (Centre for Reform, London, 2001).
  • Duncan Brack and Nick Clegg MEP, Trading for the Future: Reforming the WTO — Centre for Reform Paper No. 23 (Centre for Reform, London, 2001).
  • Francis Wilkinson, with a foreword by Sir David Ramsbotham, Heroin: The Failure of Prohibition, and What to Do Now — Centre for Reform Paper No. 24 (Centre for Reform, London, 2001).
  • Jonathan Wallace, Devolution by Evolution — Centre for Reform Paper No. 25 (Centre for Reform, London, 2001).
  • Ross Laird, Education Outsourcing: A Privatisation Too Far? — Centre for Reform Paper No. 26 (Centre for Reform, London, 2002).
  • Norman Baker MP (ed.) The State of the Union: An Address by the Rt Hon Tony Blair MP, Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury — Centre for Reform Paper No. 27 (Centre for Reform, London, 2002).
  • Ed Randall, A Union for Health: Strengthening the European Union’s Role in Health — Centre for Reform Paper No. 28 (Centre for Reform, London, 2002).
  • Alan Moss, Prisoners of Profit? Do Financial Considerations Drive Investment Decisions Too Far in the Police Service? — Centre for Reform Paper No. 29 (Centre for Reform, London, 2002).
  • Dr Vincent Cable MP, Regulating Modern Capitalism — Centre for Reform Paper No. 30 (Centre for Reform, London, 2002).
  • Simon Hughes MP, Who Goes Where? Asylum - Opportunity Not Crisis — Centre for Reform Paper No. 31 (Centre for Reform, London, 2002).
  • Eleanor Mack, with a foreword by Susan Kramer, From A-Z: But How? Private Investment in Public Transport — Centre for Reform Paper No. 32 (Centre for Reform, London, 2002).

 

Centre for Reform miscellaneous publications (1998-2006)

  • Nicholas Bromley and James Stibbs, Universal Access, Individual Choice: International Lessons for the NHS (Centre for Reform, London, September 1998).
  • John Lotherington (ed.), with contributions from Prof. Sheila McLean, Mary Riddell, Dr. John Coleman, Lord Ralf Dahrendorf, Helen Wilkinson, Frank Field MP, and Harry Cayton, The Seven Ages of Life (Centre for Reform, London, March 2002).
  • Charles Kennedy MP, Edward Davey MP, Chris Huhne MEP, Charles Secrett and Adair Turner, with a foreword by Lord Ralf Dahrendorf, “Funding Society: Can Taxation Be Fun and Popular?” — Report of the Liberal Summer School, Guildford, 2001 (Centre for Reform, London, May 2002).
  • Diana Wallis MEP, Forgotten Enlargement: Future Relations with Iceland, Norway and Switzerland (Centre for Reform/ELDR, London, November 2002).
  • Dr. Silvia Kobi, Democracy and Decentralisation: A British-Swiss Contribution to the Debate on the Future of Europe (Centre for Reform/UK+CH The British-Swiss Steering Committee on Democracy and Decentralisation, London, March 2003).
  • Paul Burstow MP and Dr. James Sandbach, When I’m Sixty-Four: The Case for a New Approach to Ageing (Centre for Reform, London, March 2003).
  • Lord Alderdice, Martin Bell, Air Marshal Sir Timothy Garden, Prof. Mary Kaldor, Barbara Stocking and Baroness Williams of Crosby, with a foreword by Lord Ralf Dahrendorf, Duties Beyond Borders: Dealing with Threats to International Security — Report of the Liberal Summer School, Harpenden, November 2002 (Centre for Reform, London, April 2003).
  • David Stevenson, with a foreword by Keith Todd, Broadening Horizons: Why Broadband Matters (Centre for Reform/NTL, London, June 2003).
  • Lord Goodhart QC and Paul Tyler MP, Britain’s Democratic Deficit: Constitutional Reform — Unfinished Business (Centre for Reform, London, September 2003).
  • Matthew Taylor MP, with a foreword by Lord Marshall of Knightsbridge, Decide and Prepare: What the Government Should be Doing About the Euro (Centre for Reform/Britain in Europe, London, September 2003).
  • Professor Vernon Bogdanor, Nick Clegg MEP, Professor Stephen Coleman, Lord Dahrendorf, Lord Holme of Cheltenham, and John Lloyd, Does Democracy Have a Future? — Report of the 2003 Liberal Summer School (Centre for Reform, London, February 2004).
  • Molly Conisbee, Local Economies for Local Communities (Centre for Reform/Local Government Association Liberal Democrat Group, London, March 2004).
  • Nicholas Bromley, What Makes Hospitals Successful? (Centre for Reform, London, September 2004).
  • Lord Dahrendorf, Mary-Jo Jacobi, Christopher Layton, Rt Hon Peter Lilley MP, Professor Diana Liverman, Baroness Miller of Chilthorne Domer, and Sir Crispin Tickell GCMG KCVO, Climate Change: The Greatest Threat We Face? — Report of the 2004 Liberal Summer School (Centre for Reform, London, February 2005).
  • Nicholas Bromley and Katy Taylor (eds), Online Pharmacy: Patient Choice or Patient Peril? (Centre for Reform, London, April 2005).
  • Vincent Cable MP, Public Services: Reform with a Purpose (Centre for Reform, London, September 2005).
  • Lynne Featherstone MP, Imam Monawar Hussain, Magnus Linklater, the Revd. Professor Ken Medhurst, Trevor Phillips and Lord Wallace of Saltaire, Katy Taylor (ed.), What Does It Mean to Be British? — Report of the 2005 Keynes Forum (Centre for Reform, London, February 2006).

 

Centre Forum pamphlets (2006-2016)

  • Julian Astle, Open Universities: A Funding Strategy for Higher Education (CentreForum, London, 2006).
  • Paul Marshall, Jennifer Moses and Edward Seed, Aiming Higher: A Better Future for England’s Schools (CentreForum, London, 2006).
  • Jennifer Moses, Climbing the Ladder: How Can Britain Become More Socially Mobile? (CentreForum, London, 2006).
  • Alasdair Murray and Edward Seed, Keeping Up With the Pack: Can Government Reduce Health Inequality? (CentreForum, London, 2006).
  • Neal Lawson, Ed Vaizey and Jeremy Browne, Freedom: Three Perspectives on the Meaning of Liberty in the 21 Century (CentreForum, London, 2006).
  • Centre Forum, Britain and the Broader Middle East: Keynes Forum Conference Report, 4th November 2006 (CentreForum, London, 2006).
  • Julian Astle and Alasdair Murray, Blair: The Record, the Legacy (CentreForum, London, 2007).
  • Jesse Norman, Kitty Ussher and Danny Alexander, From Here to Fraternity: Perspectives on Social Responsibility (CentreForum, London, 2007).
  • Jennifer Moses and Mark Bell, Working on Welfare (CentreForum, London, 2007).
  • Tim Leunig, In My Back Yard: Unlocking the Planning System (CentreForum, London, 2007).
  • Mark Bell and Alasdair Murray (eds), In the Balance: Coalition and Minority Government in Britain and Abroad (CentreForum, London, 2007).
  • Mark Bell, Looking Ahead: Paying for Long-Term Care (CentreForum, London, 2007).
  • Paul Marshall, Sumi Rabindrakumar and Lucy Wilkins, Tackling Educational Inequality: A Better Future for England’s Schools (CentreForum, London, 2007).
  • Alasdair Murray, From Boom to Bust? Fertility, Ageing and Demographic Change (CentreForum, London, 2007).
  • Julian Astle, The Sunset Route: Early Years Education and Life Chances (CentreForum, London, 2007).
  • Julian Astle, Mark Bell and Alasdair Murray (eds), Globalisation: A Liberal Response (CentreForum, London, 2007).
  • Julian Astle and Conor Ryan (eds), with a foreword by Andrew Adonis, Academies and the Future of State Education (CentreForum, London, 2008).
  • Demetrios G. Papademetriou and Will Somerville, Earned Amnesty: Bringing Illegal Workers Out of the Shadows (CentreForum, London, 2008).
  • David Laws, Greg Clark, Jon Cruddas and Jonathan Rutherford, Equality in the UK (CentreForum, London, 2009).
  • Giles Wilkes, A Balancing Act: Fair Solutions to a Modern Debt Crisis (CentreForum, London, 2009).
  • European Liberal Forum, Green Growth: How Best to Promote Green Investment (CentreForum, London, 2010).
  • John Kampfner, Lost Labours: Where Now for the Liberal Left? (CentreForum, London, 2010).
  • Norman Lamb, The NHS: A Liberal Blueprint (CentreForum, London, 2010).
  • Giles Wilkes, Credit Where it’s Due: Making QE Work for the Real Economy (CentreForum, London, 2010).
  • Martin Adahl and Alasdair Murray (eds), Migration: Europe’s Challenge (CentreForum, London, 2010).
  • Alison Wolf, More Than We Bargained For: The Social and Economic Costs of National Wage Bargaining (CentreForum, London, 2010).
  • David Kirkpatrick, Making Ends Meet: Challenges for the 2010 Strategic Defence and Security Review for the United Kingdom (CentreForum, London, 2008).
  • John Springford (ed.), Dealing With Debt: Lessons from Abroad (CentreForum/Ernst & Young/Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, London, 2010).
  • Tim Leunig, Community Land Auctions: Working Towards Implementation (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Alexandra Fitzpatrick (ed.), The End of the Peer Show: Responses to the Draft Bill on Lords Reform (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Thomas Brooks with Chris Nicholson, Pathway to Prosperity: Making Student Immigration Work for Universities and the Economy (CentreForum, London, February 2011).
  • Elizabeth Truss, Academic Rigour and Social Mobility: How Low Income Students are Being Kept Out of the Top Jobs (CentreForum, London, March 2011).
  • Quentin Maxwell-Jackson, Getting Better Value from Public Sector Research Establishments (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Tim Leunig, Mastering Postgraduate Funding (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Pauline Dixon and Paul Marshall, International Aid and Educating the Poorest (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Chris Paterson, Parenting Matters: Early Years and Social Mobility (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Gill Wyness, Degrees of Quality: How to Deliver the Courses We Need at Prices We Can Afford (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Nicholas Crafts, Delivering Growth While Reducing Deficits: Lessons from the 1930s (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Vince Cable, Moving from the Financial Crisis to Sustainable Growth (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Tim Leunig, Community Land Auctions: Working Towards Implementation (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Chris Huhne, Climate Change: The Science, the Geopolitics and the Economics (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Dick Newby, Tax and the Coalition: Fairness and Responsibility? (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Chris Nicholson, Your Choice: How to Get Better Public Services (CentreForum/KPMG, London, 2011).
  • Dave Nicholson, Cooperating Out of Crime (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Paul Marshall with Sam Tomlin, Football and the Big Society (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Gill Wyness, London Schooling: Lessons from the Capital (CentreForum, London, November 2011).
  • Alasdair Murray, Britain’s Points Based Migration System (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Tim Leunig, Universities Challenged: Making the New University System Work for Students and Taxpayers (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Julian Astle, Sheree Bryant and Charles Hotham, School Choice and Accountability: Putting Parents in Charge (CentreForum, London, 2011).
  • Patrick Brione and Chris Nicholson, Employee Empowerment: Towards Greater Workplace Democracy (CentreForum, London, January 2012).
  • Thomas Brooks and Quentin Maxwell-Jackson, Hit the Gas: How to Get the Anaerobic Digestion Sector Moving (CentreForum, London, 2012).
  • Kate Barker, Macroeconomic Policy: Too Much Autonomy and Too Little Coordination (CentreForum, London, 2012).
  • Thomas Brooks and Chris Paterson, A New Lease of Life: Reforming Leasehold for the 21st century (CentreForum, London, 2012).
  • Patrick Brione and Chris Nicholson, Employee Ownership: Unlocking Growth in the UK Economy (CentreForum, London, 2012).
  • Nick Tyrone (ed.), Paul Tyler and Nick Harvey, A Devolution Dialogue: Evolution or Revolution? (CentreForum, London, 2012).
  • Toby Fenwick, Dropping the Bomb: A Post Trident Future (CentreForum, London, 2012).
  • Tim Leunig, Cutting Emissions and Making Cars Cheaper to Run: A New Approach to Vehicle Excise Duty (CentreForum, London, 2012).
  • Vicky Pryce, Britain Needs a Fourth Generation Industrial Policy (CentreForum, London, 2012).
  • Tom Brooks, Chris Nicholson and Howard Reed, Taxing Decisions: The Debate Between Tax Credits and Personal Tax Allwances (CentreForum, London, 2012).
  • Alan Paterson and Chris Paterson, Guarding the Guardians? Towards an Independent, Accountable and Diverse Senior Judiciary (CentreForum/CPLS, London, 2012).
  • Callum Biggins, A Demanding Job: Finding Sustainable Employment for Britain’s Youth (CentreForum, London, 2012).
  • Paul Burstow (ed.), Delivering Dilnot: Paying for Elderly Care (CentreForum/Partnership, London, January 2013).
  • Tom Papworth and Adam Corlett, The Path to IPO: Funding SME Jobs and Growth (CentreForum/London Stock Exchange Group, London, February 2013).
  • Jo Owen, The Wrong Sort of Money: Options for Quantitative Easing (CentreForum, London, May 2013).
  • Adam Corlett, Ending the Self-Employment Tax Break (CentreForum, London, May 2013).
  • Tom Frostick and Tom Gault (eds), Postgraduate Education: Better Funding and Better Access (CentreForum, London, June 2013).
  • James Kempton and Sam Tomlin, Train Too: Industry Secondments into Further Education (CentreForum, London, July 2013).
  • George Turner, Money Down the Drain: Getting a Better Deal for Consumers from the Water Industry (CentreForum, London, July 2013).
  • Chris Paterson, Measuring What Matters: Secondary School Accountability Indicators That Benefit All (CentreForum/Pearson, London, August 2013).
  • Paul Burstow (ed.), Giving Older People a Voice: The Case for an Older People’s Commissioner for England (CentreForum, London, September 2013).
  • James Kempton, To Teach, to Learn: More Effective Continuous Professional Development for Teachers (CentreForum, London, November 2013).
  • Sam Cannicott, James Kempton and Sean McDaniel, Smarter Accountability in Further Education (CentreForum, London, December 2013).
  • Tom Papworth, The Business Case for Immigration Reform (CentreForum, London, December 2013).
  • Quentin Maxwell-Jackson, Build the Infrastructure, Bin the Wishlist (CentreForum, London, December 2013).
  • The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Social Mobility, Character and Resilience Manifesto (CentreForum and Character Counts, London, January 2014).
  • Adam Corlett, Making Allowances: Tax Cuts for the Squeezed Middle (CentreForum, London, January 2014).
  • Toby Frostick and Toby Fenwick, The Post Office: A Front Office for Local Government (CentreForum, London, February 2014).
  • Sam Tomlin and Stephen Lee, It’s All in the Game: Proposals for Greater Transparency in Football Governance (CentreForum, London, February 2014).
  • James Kempton and Sam Tomlin, Ageing Alone: Loneliness and the ‘Oldest Old’ (CentreForum, London, April 2014).
  • Toby Fenwick, UK New Build Nuclear Power: Delivering Best Value (CentreForum, London, May 2014).
  • Toby Fenwick, Scottish Independence: A Political and Economic Appraisal (CentreForum, London, May 2014).
  • David Boyle, Turbo Charging Volunteering: Co-Production and Public Service Reform (CentreForum, London, May 2014).
  • Michael Brown, Higher Education as a Tool of Social Mobility: Reforming the Delivery of HE and Measuring Professional Graduate Output Success (CentreForum, London, May 2014).
  • Janet Grauberg (ed.), Early Years: Valuable Ends and Effective Means (CentreForum, London, July 2014).
  • Anna Claeys, James Kempton and Chris Paterson, Regional Challenges: A Collaborative Approach to Improving Education (CentreForum/RM Education, London, July 2014).
  • Paul Burstow et al, The Pursuit of Happiness: A New Ambition for our Mental Health (CentreForum, London, July 2014).
  • Stephen Lee, Access and Equality: Positioning Alternative Providers in Higher Education Provision (CentreForum/bimm/GSM London, London, September 2014).
  • Chris Thoung, Reading Well by 11: Modelling the Potential for Improvement (CentreForum, London, September 2014).
  • Alasdair Murray, A Place of Sanctuary? Creating a Fair and Efficient Asylum System (CentreForum/Barrow Cadbury Fund/Unbound, London, November 2014).
  • India Keable-Elliott, Hypothecated Taxation and the NHS (CentreForum, London, December 2014).
  • Tom Papworth and Adam Corlett, Intergenerational Fairness: What Is It? Does It Matter? (CentreForum, London, December 2014).
  • Harriet Davison, James Kempton and Chris Thoung, Progress Matters in Primary Too: Holding Schools to Account Consistently (CentreForum/Pearson, London, January 2015).
  • Toby Fenwick, Retiring Trident: An Alternative Proposal for UK Nuclear Deterrence (CentreForum, London, February 2015).
  • Tom Frostick (ed.), Fit for Growth: Investing in a Stronger Skills Base to 2020 (CentreForum, London, February 2015).
  • James Kempton and Harriet Davison, Advocacy on Ageing: Design Principles for an Older People’s Commissioner for England (CentreForum, London, February 2015).
  • Stephen Lee (ed.), Jacquie Hughes, Broadcasting by Consent: The BBC, Public Service Broadcasting and Charter Renewal in 2017 (CentreForum, London, February 2015).
  • Tom Papworth, SMEs and Health & Safety (CentreForum/St John Ambulance, London, February 2015).
  • Tom Papworth and India Keable-Elliott, with Patrick Day and Josh Thomas, The Liberal Case for Aviation (CentreForum, London, March 2015).
  • Quentin Maxwell-Jackson, Open Public Services — Better Public Services? (CentreForum, London, March 2015).
  • Tom Papworth and Patrick Day, with Josh Thomas, Reforming Retail Energy Markets (CentreForum, London, April 2015).
  • India Keable-Elliott, Tom Papworth, Tom Frostick and Nikki Stickland, Moving Beyond the Mansion Tax: A Fair and Efficient Property Tax Regime (CentreForum, London, May 2015).
  • India Keable-Elliot and Tom Papworth, Unbiased Capital: Making Tax Work for Business (CentreForum, London, May 2015).
  • Toby Fenwick, Promoting Effective Competition in UK Defence Procurement: The Case of UK Maritime Patrol (CentreForum, London, June 2015).
  • Ben Nicholls and Nicolette Strickland, Schools Plus: Education at the Heart of Communities (CentreForum, London, July 2015).
  • Natalie Perera, Mike Treadaway and Rebecca Johnes, Education in England: Progress and Goals (CentreForum, London, January 2016).
  • Nikki Stickland, Transferring Rehabilitation? Prison Education: Analysis and Options (CentreForum, London, March 2016).
  • Natalie Perera abd Mike Treadaway, with Peter Sellen, Jo Hutchinson, Rebecca Johnes and Lance Mao, Education in England: Progress and Goals (CentreForum, London, April 2016).
  • Emily Frith, CentreForum Commission on Children and Young People’s Mental Health: State of the Nation (CentreForum, London, April 2016).
  • Peter Sellen, The Education White Paper & Budget 2016: Financial Implications for Schools (CentreForum, London, April 2016).
  • Written Evidence Submitted by CentreForum (CentreForum, London, April 2016).
  • Rebecca Johnes and Jo Hutchinson, Widening the Gap? The Impact of the 30-Hour Entitlement on Early Years Education and Childcare (CentreForum, London, May 2016).

 

Conference and Assembly papers

  • Liberal Assemblies
    • Agendas
      • Preliminary Agenda - Brighton - September 1966.
      • Blackpool - September 1967.
      • Final Agenda - Edinburgh - September 1968.
      • Final Agenda - Brighton - September 1969.
      • Final Agenda - Eastbourne - September 1970.
      • Final Agenda - Scarborough - September 1971.
      • Final Agenda - Scarborough - September 1971.
      • Final Agenda - Margate - September 1972.
      • Final Agenda - Southport - September 1973.
      • Final Agenda - Brighton - September 1974.
      • Final Agenda - Scarborough - September 1975.
      • Final Agenda - Llandudno - September 1976.
      • Final Agenda - Brighton - September 1977.
      • September 1978.
      • September 1979.
      • Final Agenda - Blackpool - September 1980.
      • Final Agenda - Llandudno - September 1981.
      • Final Agenda - Bournemouth - September 1982.
      • September 1983.
      • Final Agenda - Bournemouth - September 1984.
      • Final Agenda - Dundee - September 1985.
      • Final Agenda - Eastbourne - September 1986.
      • Final Agenda - Harrogate - September 1987.

 

  • Guardian Reports

 

  • Edinburgh - September 1961.
  • Llandudno - September 1962.
  • Brighton - September 1963.
  • September 1964.
  • A Guardian Report - The Liberals and the Government - June 1965.
  • Scarborough - September 1965.
  • Brighton - September 1966.
  • Blackpool - September 1967.
  • Edinburgh - September 1968.
  • Brighton - September 1969.
  • Eastbourne - September 1970.
  • Scarborough - September 1971.
  • Margate - September 1972.
  • Southport - September 1973.
  • Eastbourne - September 1974.
  • Resolutions Adopted”
    • Liberal Policy, 1953: Being the Policy Resolutions Adopted at Ilfracombe, April 1953.
    • April 1954.
    • Liberal Policy Party Resolutions: Being the Resolutions Adopted at Llandudno, April 1955.
    • 1956.
    • 1957.
    • 1958.
    • 1959.
    • 1960.
    • Liberal Assembly 1961: Resolutions Adopted at Edinburgh, September 1961.
    • Liberal Assembly 1962: Resolutions Adopted at Llandudno, September 1962.
    • Liberal Assembly 1963: Resolutions Adopted at Brighton, September, 1963.
    • Liberal Assembly 1964 and 1965: Resolutions Adopted at London, September, 1964, and Scarborough, September, 1965.
    • Liberal Assembly 1966: Resolutions Adopted at Brighton, September, 1966.
    • Liberal Assembly 1967: Resolutions Adopted at Blackpool, September, 1967.
    • Liberal Assembly 1968: Resolutions Adopted at Edinburgh, September, 1968.
    • Liberal Assembly 1969: Resolutions Adopted at Brighton, September, 1969.
    • Liberal Assembly 1970: Resolutions Adopted at Eastbourne, September, 1970.
    • Liberal Assembly 1971: Resolutions Adopted at Scarborough, September, 1971.
    • Liberal Assembly 1972: Resolutions Adopted at Margate, September, 1972.
    • Liberal Assembly 1973: Resolutions Adopted at Southport, September, 1973.
    • Liberal Assembly 1974: Resolutions Adopted at Brighton, September, 1974.
    • Liberal Assembly 1975: Resolutions Adopted at Scarborough, September, 1975.
    • Liberal Assembly 1976: Resolutions Adopted at Llandudno, September, 1976.
    • Liberal Assembly 1977: Resolutions Adopted at Brighton, September, 1977.
    • Liberal Assembly 1978: Resolutions Adopted, September, 1978.
    • Liberal Assembly 1979: Resolutions Adopted, September, 1979.
    • Liberal Assembly 1980: Resolutions Adopted at Blackpool, September, 1980.
    • Liberal Assembly 1981: Resolutions Adopted at Llandudno, September, 1981.
    • Liberal Assembly 1982: Resolutions Adopted at Bournemouth, September, 1982.
    • Liberal Assembly 1983: Resolutions Adopted, September, 1983.
    • Liberal Assembly 1984: Resolutions Adopted at Bournemouth, September, 1984.
    • Liberal Assembly 1985: Resolutions Adopted at Dundee, September, 1985.
    • Liberal Assembly 1986: Resolutions Adopted at Eastbourne, September, 1986.
    • Liberal Assembly 1987: Resolutions Adopted at Harrogate, September, 1987.

 

  • SDP Conferences
    • [NO PAPERS PRESENTLY HELD.]

 

  •  Liberal Democrat Conferences
    • Conference Agendas and Directories
      • Preliminary Agenda - English Party - Blackpool - September 1988.
      • Preliminary Agenda - Federal Party - Blackpool - September 1988.
      • First Conferences - Agenda - English and Federal Parties - Blackpool - September 1988.
      • English and Federal Parties - Agenda - Bournemouth - March 1989.
      • English and Federal Parties - Agenda - Brighton - September 1989.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Cardiff - March 1990.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Blackpool - September 1990.
      • English Party - Agenda - Blackpool - September 1990.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Nottingham - March 1991
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Bournemouth - September 1991.
      • English Party - Agenda - Bournemouth - September 1991.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Glasgow - March 1992.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Harrogate - September 1992.
      • English Party - Agenda - Harrogate - September 1992.
      • Federal and English Parties - Agenda - Nottingham - May 1993.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Torbay - September 1993.
      • English Party - Agenda - Torbay - September 1993.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Cardiff - March 1994.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Brighton - September 1994.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Brighton - September 1994.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Scarborough - March 1995.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Glasgow - September 1995.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Glasgow - September 1995.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Nottingham - March 1996.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Brighton - September 1996.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Brighton - September 1996.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Cardiff - March 1997.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Eastbourne - September 1997.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Eastbourne - September 1997.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Southport - March 1998.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Brighton - September 1998.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Brighton - September 1998.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Edinburgh - March 1999.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Harrogate - September 1999.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Harrogate - September 1999.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Plymouth - March 2000.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Bournemouth - September 2000.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Bournemouth - September 2000.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Torquay - March 2001.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Bournemouth - September 2001.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Bournemouth - September 2001.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - March 2002.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Brighton - September 2002.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Brighton - September 2002.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Torquay - March 2003.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Brighton - September 2003.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Brighton - September 2003.
      • Federal Party - Addendum - Brighton - September 2003.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Southport - March 2004.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Bournemouth - September 2004.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Bournemouth - September 2004.
      • Federal Party - Addendum - Bournemouth - September 2004.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Harrogate - March 2005.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Blackpool - September 2005.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Blackpool - September 2005.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Harrogate - March 2006.
      • Federal Party - Preliminary Agenda - Brighton - September 2006.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Brighton - September 2006.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Brighton - September 2006.
      • Federal Party - Preliminary Agenda - Harrogate - March 2007.
      • Federal Party - Preliminary Agenda - Harrogate - March 2007.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Harrogate - March 2007.
      • Federal Party - Preliminary Agenda - Brighton - September 2007.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Brighton - September 2007.
      • Federal Party - Fringe Guide - Brighton - September 2007.
      • Federal Party - Preliminary Agenda - Liverpool - March 2008.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Liverpool - March 2008.
      • Federal Party - Preliminary Agenda - Bournemouth - September 2008.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Bournemouth - September 2008.
      • Federal Party - Fringe Guide - Bournemouth - September 2008.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Harrogate - March 2009.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Bournemouth - September 2009.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Bournemouth - September 2009.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Birmingham - March 2010.
      • Special Conference - Agenda and Directory - Birmingham - May 2010.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Liverpool - September 2010.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Liverpool - September 2010.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Sheffield - March 2011.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Birmingham - September 2011.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Birmingham - September 2011.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Newcastle/Gateshead - March 2012.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Brighton - September 2012.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Brighton - September 2012.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Brighton - March 2013.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Glasgow - September 2013.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Glasgow - September 2013.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - York - March 2014.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Glasgow - October 2014.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Glasgow - October 2014.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - Liverpool - March 2015.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Bournemouth - September 2015.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Bournemouth - September 2015.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - York - March 2016.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Brighton - September 2016.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Brighton - September 2016.
      • Federal Party - Agenda and Directory - York - March 2017.
      • Federal Party - Agenda - Bournemouth - September 2017.
      • Federal Party - Directory - Bournemouth - September 2017.

 

  •  Consultation Papers
    • Consultation Paper Number 1 - September 1991 - Local and Regional Government Finance.
    • Consultation Paper Number 2 - September 1991 - Arts/Health/International Institutions.
    • Consultation Paper Number 3 - September 1993 - Sustainable Economy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 4 - September 1993 - Rural Policy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 5 - September 1993 - Prostitution.
    • Consultation Paper Number 6 - September 1993 - Employment Policy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 7 - September 1993 - Security Policy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 8 - September 1993 - Women.
    • Consultation Paper Number 9 - September 1993 - Personal Social Services.
    • Consultation Paper Number 10 - January 1994 - Tax and Benefits.
    • Consultation Paper Number 11 - February 1994 - The Future of the Head of State.
    • Consultation Paper Number 12 - February 1994 - International Trade.
    • Consultation Paper Number 13a - August 1994 - Press and Broadcasting/Legal Issues Paper.
    • Consultation Paper Number 13b - August 1994 - Press and Broadcasting/Industry Structure Paper.
    • Consultation Paper Number 14 - August 1994 - Disability.
    • Consultation Paper Number 15 - August 1994 - Health.
    • Consultation Paper Number 16 - September 1994 - Transport Policy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 17 - September 1994 - Economic Policy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 18 - February 1995.
    • Consultation Paper Number 19 - February 1995 - Crime and Policing.
    • Consultation Paper Number 20 - September 1995 - Housing.
    • Consultation Paper Number 21 - September 1995 - Higher Education.
    • Consultation Paper Number 22 - September 1995 - Developmental Co-Operation.
    • Consultation Paper Number 23 - September 1995 - Europe and the IGC 1996.
    • Consultation Paper Number 24 - August 1995 - Energy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 25 - August 1995 - Reform of the House of Commons.
    • Consultation Paper Number 26 - March 1996 - Arts.
    • Consultation Paper Number 27 - March 1996 - Water.
    • Consultation Paper Number 28 - March 1996 - Air Transport and Airports.
    • Consultation Paper Number 29 - February 1996 - Independent Schools.
    • Consultation Paper Number 30 - August 1996 - Climate Change.
    • Consultation Paper Number 31 - August 1996 - Information Technology and Telecommunications.
    • Consultation Paper Number 32 - August 1996 - Pollution.
    • Background Paper - August 1997 - The European Union After Amsterdam.
    • Background Paper for Consultative Session - September 1997 - The Role and Operation of the Party Conference.
    • Consultation Paper Number 33 - February 1998 - Local Government.
    • Consultation Paper Number 34 - February 1998 - Defence and Security.
    • Consultation Paper Number 35 - February 1998 - Transport.
    • Consultation Paper Number 36 - August 1998 - Trade & Industry.
    • Consultation Paper Number 37 - February 1999 - Genetic Modification.
    • Consultation Paper Number 38 - February 1999 - Disability Policy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 39 - February 1999 - Urban Policy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 40 - February 1999 - Housing Policy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 41 - August 1999 - Arts Policy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 42 - August 1999 - Global Security, Stability & Sustainability.
    • Consultation Paper - August 1999 - Party Strategy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 43 - August 1999 - Paying for NHS and Social Care.
    • Consultation Paper Number 44 - August 1999 - Reforming Governance in the UK.
    • Consultation Paper Number 45.
    • Consultation Paper Number 46.
    • Consultation Paper Number 47.
    • Consultation Paper Number 48.
    • Consultation Paper Number 49.
    • Consultation Paper Number 50.
    • Consultation Paper Number 51.
    • Consultation Paper Number 52.
    • Consultation Paper Number 53.
    • Consultation Paper Number 54.
    • Consultation Paper Number 55.
    • Consultation Paper Number 56.
    • Consultation Paper Number 57.
    • Consultation Paper Number 58.
    • Consultation Paper Number 59.
    • Consultation Paper Number 60.
    • Consultation Paper Number 61.
    • Consultation Paper Number 62.
    • Consultation Paper Number 63.
    • Consultation Paper Number 64.
    • Consultation Paper Number 65.
    • Consultation Paper Number 66.
    • Consultation Paper Number 67.
    • Consultation Paper Number 68.
    • Consultation Paper Number 69.
    • Consultation Paper Number 70.
    • Consultation Paper Number 71.
    • Consultation Paper Number 72.
    • Consultation Paper Number 73.
    • Consultation Paper Number 74.
    • Consultation Paper Number 75.
    • Consultation Paper Number 76.
    • Consultation Paper Number 77.
    • Consultation Paper Number 78.
    • Consultation Paper Number 79.
    • Consultation Paper Number 80.
    • Consultation Paper Number 81.
    • Consultation Paper Number 82.
    • Consultation Paper Number 83.
    • Consultation Paper Number 84.
    • Consultation Paper Number 85.
    • Consultation Paper Number 86.
    • Consultation Paper Number 87 - August 2007 - Europe.
    • Consultation Paper Number 88 - August 2007 - Further and Higher Education.
    • Consultation Paper Number 89 - January 2008 - Transport.
    • Consultation Paper Number 90 - January 2008 - Domestic Responses to Globalism.
    • Consultation Paper Number 91 - January 2008 - Domestic and International Security.
    • Consultation Paper Number 92 - July 2008 - Education.
    • Consultation Paper Number 93a - July 2008 - Natural Environment.
    • Consultation Paper Number 93b - January 2009 - Women’s Policy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 94 - January 2009 - Youth Policy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 95 - January 2009 - Consumers Policy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 96.
    • Consultation Paper Number 97 - August 2009 - Quality of Life.
    • Consultation Paper Number 98.
    • Consultation Paper Number 99.
    • Consultation Paper Number 100 - August 2010 - Information Technology and Intellectual Property.
    • August 2010 Consultation Paper - Party Strategy and Priorities.
    • August 2010 Consultation Paper - A Liberal Agenda for Public Health, Health Care and Social Care.
    • Consultation Paper Number 101 - August 2010 - Facing the Future.
    • Consultation Paper Number 102 - February 2011 - Inequality.
    • Consultation Paper Number 103 - September 2011 - Local Government Finance Policy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 104 - February 2012 - Housing.
    • Consultation Paper Number 105 - February 2012 - Sources of Sustainable Prosperity and Jobs.
    • Consultation Paper Number 106 - February 2012 - Mutualisation, Employee Ownership and Workplace Democracy.
    • Consultation Paper Number 107 - August 2012 - Taxation.
    • Consultation Paper Number 108 - August 2012 - A Balanced Working Life.
    • Consultation Paper Number 109 - August 2012 - Transition to a Zero Carbon Britain.
    • Consultation Paper Number 110 - February 2013 - Defence.
    • Consultation Paper Number 111 - February 2013 - Education and Skills: From Upper Secondary Through to Life Long Learning.
    • Consultation Paper Number 112 - February 2013 - Europe.
    • Consultation Paper Number 113 - February 2013.
    • Consultation Paper Number 114 - February 2013 - Taxation.
    • Consultation Paper Number 115 - February 2013 - Immigration, Asylum and Identity.
    • Consultation Paper Number 116 - February 2014 - Age Proofing the UK: Realising the Potential of an Ageing Society.
    • Consultation Paper Number 117 - February 2014 - Crime and Criminal Justice.
    • Consultation Paper Number 118 - February 2014 - Equalities.
    • Consultation Paper Number 119 - February 2014 - Public Services.
    • One Member, One Vote - A Special Federal Executive Consultation, Spring Conference 2014.
    • Consultation Paper Number 120.
    • Consultation Paper Number 121.
    • Consultation Paper Number 122.
    • Consultation Paper Number 123.
    • Consultation Paper Number 124 - August 2016 - Mending the Safety Net.
    • Consultation Paper Number 125 - August 2016 - The Opportunity to Succeed, the Power to Change.
    • Consultation Paper Number 126 - August 2016 - Sex Work.
    • Consultation Paper Number 127 - August 2016 - Nuclear Weapons.
    • Safe and Free Policy Consultation Paper: Liberty and Security in the UK Policy Paper, Autumn Conference 2016.
    • Towards a More Effective Party Governance, Autumn Conference 2016.

 

Liberal Democrat Federal Election manifestos (1988-present)

ELDR Council

  • Committee Elections 1994 - ELDR Council Delegation: Election Addresses
  • Committee Elections 1995 - ELDR Council Delegation: Election Addresses
  • Committee Elections 1996 - ELDR Council Delegation: Election Addresses
  • Committee Elections 1997 - ELDR Council Delegation: Election Addresses
  • 1998 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: ELDR Council Delegation Candidate Manifestos
  • 1999 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: ELDR Council Delegation Candidate Manifestos
  • 2000 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: ELDR Council Delegation Candidate Manifesto
  • 2001 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: ELDR Council Delegation Candidate Manifestos
  • 2002 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: ELDR Council Delegation Candidate Manifestos
  • 2003 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: ELDR Council Delegation Candidate Manifestos
  • 2004 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: ELDR Council Delegation Candidate Manifestos
  • 2005 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: ELDR Council Delegation Candidate Manifestos
  • 2006 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: ELDR Council Delegation Candidate Manifestos
  • Manifesto Booklet - Liberal Democrats ELDR Council Delegation [2008]
  • Manifesto Booklet - Liberal Democrats ELDR Council Delegation [2010]

 

Federal Conference Committee

  • Committee Elections 1994 - Federal Conference Committee: Election Addresses
  • Committee Elections 1995 - Federal Conference Committee: Election Addresses
  • Committee Elections 1996 - Federal Conference Committee: Election Addresses
  • Committee Elections 1997 - Federal  Conference Committee: Election Addresses
  • 1998 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Conference Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 1999 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Conference Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2000 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Conference Committee Candidate Manifesto
  • 2001 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Conference Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2002 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Conference Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2003 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Conference Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2004 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Conference Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2005 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Conference Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2006 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Conference Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • Manifesto Booklet - Liberal Democrats Federal Conference Committee [2008]
  • Manifesto Booklet - Liberal Democrats Federal Conference Committee [2010]

 

Federal Executive

  • Committee Elections 1994 - Federal  Executive: Election Addresses
  • Committee Elections 1995 - Federal  Executive: Election Addresses
  • Committee Elections 1996 - Federal  Executive: Election Addresses
  • Committee Elections 1997 - Federal  Executive: Election Addresses
  • 1998 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Executive Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 1999 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Executive Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2000 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Executive Committee Candidate Manifesto
  • 2001 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Executive Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2002 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Executive Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2003 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Executive Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2004 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Executive Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2005 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Executive Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2006 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Executive Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • Manifesto Booklet - Liberal Democrats Federal Executive Committee [2008]
  • Manifesto Booklet - Liberal Democrats Federal Executive Committee [2010]

 

Federal Policy Committee

  • Committee Elections 1994 - Federal Policy Committee: Election Addresses
  • Committee Elections 1995 - Federal Policy Committee: Election Addresses
  • Committee Elections 1996 - Federal Policy Committee: Election Addresses
  • Committee Elections 1997 - Federal Policy Committee: Election Addresses
  • 1998 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Policy Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 1999 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Policy Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2000 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Policy Committee Candidate Manifesto
  • 2001 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Policy Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2002 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Policy Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2003 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Policy Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2004 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Policy Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2005 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Policy Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2006 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: Federal Policy Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • Manifesto Booklet - Liberal Democrats Federal Policy Committee [2008]
  • Manifesto Booklet - Liberal Democrats Federal Policy Committee [2010]

Interim Peers Panel

  • Selection of Interim Peers Panel, 1999: Manifesto Booklet.
  • Selection of Interim Peers Panel, 2004: Manifesto Booklet.
  • Selection of Interim Peers Panel, 2006: Manifesto Booklet.
  • Interim Peers Panel [2008]: Manifesto Booklet.
  • Interim Peers Panel [2010]: Manifesto Booklet.

 

International Relations Committee

  • 2002 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: International Relations Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2003 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: International Relations Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2004 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: International Relations Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2005 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: International Relations Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • 2006 Federal Elections, Liberal Democrats: International Relations Committee Candidate Manifestos
  • Manifesto Booklet - Liberal Democrats International Relations Committee [2008]
  • Manifesto Booklet - Liberal Democrats International Relations Committee [2010]

Principal Local Authority Councillors' Elections to Party Committees

  • [Committee Elections 1994] Principal Local Authority Councillors' Elections to Party Committees: Election Statements
  • Committee Elections 1996 - Principal Local Authority Councillors Representatives [to] Federal Executive and Federal Policy Committee: Election Addresses

 

(Continuing) Liberal Party publications (1988-present)

  • The Liberal Party: The Constitution (Liberal Party, Coventry, 1989).
  • The Liberal Party: Here We Stand (Liberal Party, London, 1989).
  • The Liberal Party: Resolutions Passed by the Liberal Party Assembly, Morcambe, 1991 (Liberal Party, Coventry, 1992).

 

Liberal Institute

  • Michael Meadowcroft and Rob Wheway, Citizens Not Customers (Liberal Institute, Coventry, 2012).
  • Cllr Mike Oborski, Security with Freedom – The Challenge for Liberals: Presidential Address to Liberal Party, October 2002 (Liberal Institute, Coventry, 2002).
  • Rob Wheway, Political Access Broadcasting: “Engaging the Electorate” (Liberal Institute, Coventry, 1988).
  • ___________, Human Therefore Political: “The Basis of Human Civilization is Agreement-Making” (Liberal Institute, Coventry, n.d.).
  • ___________, Terrorism – Civil Liberties Our Best Defence (Liberal Institute, Coventry, 2009).
  • ___________, UK – The First EU (Liberal Institute, Coventry, 2014).

 

Liberal Movement

  • Donald Wade, Our Aim and Purpose -  A Liberal Movement Publication #1 (Liberal Movement, London, 1989).
  • Ralf Dahrendorf, The Future Tasks of Liberalism: A Political Agenda - A Liberal Movement Publication #2 (Liberal Movement, London, 1989).
  • Stephen Livingstone, Civil Liberties and Northern Ireland - A Liberal Movement Publication #3 (Liberal Movement, London, 1990).
  • Stephen O’Kane, Alan Beith and Martin Horwood, Fundamentalism, Religion and Politics: Liberal Perspectives -  A Liberal Movement Publication #4 (Liberal Movement, London, 1991).
  • Liberalism: An Agenda for the 1990s -  A Liberal Movement Publication #5 (Liberal Movement, London, 1991).

 

Current Topics

  • Vol. 2, No. 4 - November 1962: Formula for National Decline/The Radical Alternative.
  • Vol. 2, No. 5 - December 1962: How to Prevent Unemployment/The Nation Divided/Redundancy/Local Government/Liberal Tax Reforms.
  • Vol. 2, No. 12 - July 1963: Housing 1963.
  • Vol. 3, No. 1 - August 1963: Parliamentary Reform.
  • Vol. 3, No. 2 - September 1963: Regional Government.
  • Vol. 3, No. 3 - October/November 1963: Modernising Britain.
  • Current Topics Supplement [n.d. - c. 1963]: Health and Welfare - Interim Report of the Liberal Health Committee.
  • Vol. 3, No. 5 - January/February 1964: Employee Participation.
  • Vol. 3, No. 6 - March 1964: Monopolies.
  • Vol. 5, No. 3 - June 1966: Trade Unions - Evidence to the Royal Commission.
  • Vol. 5, Nos. 5 & 6 - November/December 1966: Common Market Agriculture/Steel - The Future of the Industry.
  • Vol. 6, Nos. 7 & 8 - July/August 1967: Aden/The Economy/Defence.
  • Vol. 6, Nos. 9 & 10 - September/October 1967: Report of the Foreign Affairs Panel.

 

Gladstone Club

  • An Invitation to Join the Gladstone Club (Gladstone Club, London, n.d.). [FLYER.]
  • Roger Pincham (ed.), Essays on Liberalism (Gladstone Club, London, 1975).
  • _________________, Essays on Liberalism: Second Series (Gladstone Club, London, 1975).
  • _________________, The 1980 Gladstone Essays (Gladstone Club, London, 1980).
  • Ian Hopton (ed.), Directory of Liberal Party Resolutions, 1967-1978: Compiled for the Gladstone Club (New Gladstone Press, London, 1978).
  • _____________, Directory of Liberal Party Resolutions, 1967-1978, Supplement No. 1: Southport Assembly Resolutions 1978, with Council Resolutions 1978 - Compiled for the Gladstone Club (New Gladstone Press, London, 1979).
  • _____________, Directory of Liberal Party Resolutions, 1967-1978, Supplement No. 2: Margate Assembly Resolutions 1979, with Council Resolutions 1979/80 - Compiled for the Gladstone Club (New Gladstone Press, London, 1980).

 

“Go” Pamphlets (1980-1)

  • Tim Beaumont, The Yellow Brick Road: GO Pamphlet No. 1 (Holystone Productions, London, 1980).
  • John Madely, Planet as Community: GO Pamphlet No. 2 (Holystone Productions, London, 1980).
  • Guy Harriman and Mike Bradford, The Chips Are Down: GO Pamphlet No. 3 (Holystone Productions, London, 1981).
  • Eric McGraw, Pop Goes the Planet: GO Pamphlet No. 4 (Holystone Productions, London, 1981).

 

Gunfire (Young Liberals’ magazine) (1966-70)

  • No. 1 — April 1966.
  • No. 2 — June 1966.
  • No. 3 — August 1966.
  • No. 4 — October 1966.
  • No. 5 — December 1966.
  • No. 6.
  • April/May 1967.
  • No. 8.
  • No. 9.
  • No. 10 — October 1967.
  • No. 11 — November/December 1967.
  • No. 12 — January 1968.
  • No. 13.
  • No. 14.
  • No. 15.
  • No. 16.
  • Autumn 1969.

 

Handbooks - Liberal Party/Liberal Democrats

  • Liberal Handbook, East Midlands, Autumn 1975.
  • This is Your Party, 1977.
  • Director of National Parties, Regional Parties, Headquarters Staff, Parliamentarians, Policy Panels etc, in the Liberal Party, 1976-77.
  • 1977-1978 Directory, of National Parties, Regional Parties, Headquarters Staff, Parliamentarians, Policy Panels, etc, in the Liberal Party.
  • The Liberal Directory: 1979-80 Compendium of Liberal Party Information.
  • London Liberal Party Directory, 1981-1982.
  • Yorkshire Liberal Directory, 1981-82.
  • Liberal Handbook, 1982: A Directory of Useful Names and Addresses, Facts and Figures.
  • The Indispensable London Liberal Party Directory, 1982-1983.
  • Yorkshire Liberal Directory, 1982-3.
  • The Liberal Party Handbook, 1983-1984: A Directory of Useful Information.
  • London Liberal Party Directory, 1983-4.
  • Yorkshire Liberal Directory, 1983-4.
  • London Liberal Party Directory, 1984-5.
  • Liberal Party Handbook, 1985-1986.
  • London Liberal Party Directory, 1985-6.
  • The Yorkshire Liberal Directory, 1985: The Who’s Who of the Yorkshire Liberal Federation.
  • Liberal Party Handbook, 1986-87 Edition.
  • 1986 Yorkshire Liberal Directory.
  • Liberal Party Handbook, 1987-8 Edition.
  • 1987 Yorkshire Liberal Alliance Directory.
  • London Alliance Directory 1987.
  • London Alliance Directory 1987-8.
  • Social & Liberal Democrats: The London Region Directory 1988-9.
  • Social & Liberal Democrats: Party Handbook 1989.
  • Social & Liberal Democrats: The London Region Directory 1989-90.
  • Liberal Democrats: Party Handbook 1990.
  • Liberal Democrats: The London Region Directory, 1991-1992.
  • Liberal Democrat Handbook and Directory: Essential Information About the Party, 1993.
  • Liberal Democrats’ Handbook: Essential Information About the Party, 1994.
  • London Liberal Democrats: The London Region Directory, 1994-1995.
  • Liberal Democrats Party Handbook 1995.
  • London Region Directory, 1997.
  • Liberal Democrat Handbook: Information about the Liberal Democrats, 1997-8.

 

John Stuart Mill Institute (1990s-present)

  • Lord Ackner, The Erosion of Judicial Independence (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 1997).
  • Sir Samuel Brittan, Towards a Humane Individualism (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 1998).
  • R. L. Borthwick, Long to Reign Over Us? The Future of the Monarchy (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 1994).
  • David Butler, The 2001 Elections: The Long Term Lessons: The 2001 John Stuart Mill Institute Lecture (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 2001).
  • Alan Butt Philip, Accountability in the European Union (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 1996).
  • ______________, Reforming the European Union (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, c.2003).
  • ______________, John Stuart Mill and Modern Liberalism (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, c.2004).
  • Ralf Dahrendorf, Democracy Beyond the Nation State: The 1999 John Stuart Mill Institute Lecture (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 1999).
  • Robert Falkner, A Conservative Economist? The Political Liberalism of Adam Smith Revisited (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 1997).
  • Julian Le Grand, The State, the Market and Social Services: The 2000 John Stuart Mill Institute Lecture (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 2000).
  • Michael Meadowcroft, New Democracies Underpinned or Undermined: The second Dame Penelope Jessel Memorial Lecture to the John Stuart Mill Institute on 8th March 2001 (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 2001).
  • Edward Mortimer, A Few Words on Intervention: John Stuart Mill’s Principles of International Action Applied to the Post-Cold War World (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 1995).
  • Baroness [Emma] Nicholson, Freedom in an Electronic Age (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 1999).
  • Anthony Parsons, Human Rights and International Intervention (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 1994).
  • Jonathon Porritt, Liberty and Sustainability: Where One Person's Freedom is Another's Nuisance (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 1995).
  • John Wadham, The Promotion of Human Rights and Civil Liberties in England and Wales (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 2005).
  • Helen Wallace, Britain’s European Policy (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 1999).
  • William Wallace, Europe or Anglosphere? British Foreign Policy Between Atlanticism and European Integration (John Stuart Mill Institute, London, 2005).

 

Liberal campaigns manuals (1960s/70s)

  • J. Edgar Harvey (ed.), Election Agent’s Handbook: First Edition (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1949).
  • J. Edgar Harvey (ed.), Election Agent’s Handbook: Second Edition (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1959).
  • Pratap Chitnis (ed.), Election Agent’s Handbook: Third Edition (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1963).
  • Election Agent’s Handbook: Fourth Edition (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1969).
  • J.W. Holmes (ed.), Election Agent’s Handbook: Fifth Edition (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1978).
  • Liberal Candidates’ and Speakers’ Handbook: 1950 Election Edition (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1950).
  • Supplement to Liberal Candidates’ and Speakers’ Handbook: General Election 1951 (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1951).
  • Liberal Candidates’ and Speakers’ Handbook: 1955 (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1955).
  • Liberal Candidates’ and Speakers’ Handbook: 1959 (Liberal Publication Department, London, 1959).
  • Harry Cowie (ed.), Partners for Progress: Liberal Candidates and Speakers Handbook (Liberal Research Department, London, 1964).
  • Pratap Chitnis (ed.), Local Government Handbook (Liberal Party Organisation, London, 1960).
  • Peter Knowlson (ed.), Liberals in Local Government: Local Government Handbook (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1975).
  • [Michael Meadowcroft (ed.)], Effective Organising: A Guide for Members of the Liberal Party (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1963).
  • Anthony Richards (ed.), Pathways to Power: Liberal Candidates and Speakers Handbook (Liberal Research Department, London, 1974).

 

Liberal Challenge series

  • Des Wilson, John Alderson, Paddy Ashdown, Archy Kirkwood, Tim Clement-Jones and Richard Holme, Combating Big Brother: Liberal Challenge, No. 1 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
  • Archie Kirkwood and Phil Middleton, Beyond Fowler: Liberal Challenge, No. 2 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
  • Rose Stimson (ed.), Shared Earth? A Liberal View of Aid and Development: Liberal Challenge, No. 3 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
  • Paddy Ashdown and Malcolm Bruce, Growth From the Grass Roots: Liberal Challenge, No. 4 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
  • David Steel, Robert Hutchinson, Claire Holman and Richard Holme, Green Commitment: Liberal Challenge, No. 5 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
  • Liberal Challenge, No. 6 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1986).
  • Brian May, Is Russia Really a Threat? Liberal Challenge, No. 7 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1986).
  • Simon Hughes MP, Archy Kirkwood MP, Michael Meadowcroft MP, Liberal Information Network (LINK), National League of Young Liberals, and Union of Liberal Students, Across the Divide: Liberal Values for Defence & Disarmament - Liberal Challenge, No. 8 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1986).
  • Alan Beith, The Fullness of Freedom: Policy Priorities for Achieving a Liberal Society - Liberal Challenge, No. 9 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1987).
  • Paddy Ashdown, After the Alliance: Setting the New Political Agenda — Liberal Challenge, No. 10 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1987).
  • Paddy Ashdown MP and Alan Leaman, Choice or Privilege: The Alternative Education Reform Bill - Liberal Challenge, No. 11 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1987).

 

Liberal Democrat History Group booklets

  • Liberal History: A Concise History of the Liberal, SDP and Liberal Democrats, revised edition (Liberal Democrat History Group, London, 2010, 2nd ed. 2016).
  • Liberal Leaders of the Nineteenth Century (Liberal Democrat History Group, London, 2010).
  • Liberalism: The Ideas The Built the Liberal Democrats (Liberal Democrat History Group, London, 2015).
  • Mothers of Liberty: Women Who Built British Liberalism, revised edition (Liberal Democrat History Group, London 2012, 2nd ed. 2017).
  • Liberal Leaders of the Twentieth Century (Liberal Democrat History Group, London, 2013).
  • Liberal Thinkers (Liberal Democrat History Group, London, 2014).

 

‘Liberal Focus’ series

  • Liberal Focus No. 1 (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1969).
  • Liberal Focus No. 2 (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1970).
  • Liberal Focus No. 3 (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1971).
  • Liberal Focus No. 4 (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1972).
  • Tudor Jones, The Case for Land-Value Taxation: Liberal Focus No. 5 (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1973).
  • Robin Adams and Anthony Jacobs, Help for the First-Time Buyer: Liberal Focus No. 6 (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1974).
  • Gordon Lishman, A Redefinition of Retirement: Liberal Focus No. 7 (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1975).
  • Stephen Abel and John Pick, Democracy at Work: Liberal Focus No. 8 (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1976).

 

Liberal Party/Liberal Democrat manifestoes

  • Liberal Party manifesto 1945.
  • No Easy Way: Britain’s Problems and the Liberal Answers, Liberal Party manifesto 1950.
  • Liberal Party manifesto 1951.
  • Liberal Party manifesto 1955.
  • People Count, Liberal Party manifesto 1959.
  • Think for Yourself, Vote Liberal, Liberal Party manifesto 1964.
  • For All the People, Liberal Party manifesto 1966.
  • What a Life! Liberal Party manifesto 1970.
  • Change the Face of Britain: Take Power - Vote Liberal, Liberal Party manifesto February 1974.
  • Why Britain Needs Liberal Government, Liberal Party manifesto October 1974.
  • The Liberal Manifesto for Europe 1975.
  • The Real Fight is for Britain, Liberal Party manifesto 1979.
  • ELD/LDE Europa 79 - European election manifesto 1979.
  • Working Together for Britain, SDP-Liberal Alliance manifesto 1983.
  • SDP-Liberal Alliance [European election] manifesto 1984.
  • Britain United: The Time Has Come, SDP-Liberal Alliance manifesto 1987.
  • A Manifesto for  a People’s Europe, Liberal Democrats [European election] manifesto 1989.
  • Changing Britain For Good, Liberal Democrats manifesto 1992.
  • Unlocking Britain’s Potential: Making Europe Work For Us, Liberal Democrats [European election] manifesto 1994.
  • Make the Difference, Liberal Democrats manifesto 1997.
  • Ambitious for Britain, Liberal Democrats [European election] manifesto 1999.
  • Freedom, Justice, Honesty, Liberal Democrats manifesto 2001.
  • Making Europe Work For You, Liberal Democrats [European election] manifesto 2004.
  • The REAL Alternative, Liberal Democrats manifesto 2005.
  • Stronger Together, Poorer Apart, Liberal Democrats [European election] manifesto 2009.
  • Change That Works For You, Liberal Democrats manifesto 2010.
  • In Europe, In Work, Liberal Democrats [European election] manifesto 2014.
  • A Stronger Economy, and a Fairer Society: Enabling Every Person to Get On in Life, Liberal Democrats pre-manifesto 2014.
  • Stronger Economy, Fairer Society: Opportunity for Everyone, Liberal Democrats manifesto 2015.
  • Change Britain’s Future, Liberal Democrats manifesto 2017.

 

Liberal policy papers

(Listed chronologically rather than alphabetically.)

  • A B C of Liberalism, 2nd edition (Liberal Party Publication, London, 1950).
  • Arthur Holt and Donald Newby, Liberal Policy (Liberal Party Organisation, London, n.d. [c. late 1950s?]).
  • _________________________, Liberal Policy, 2nd edition (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1960s).
  • _________________________, Liberal Policy, 3rd edition (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1964).
  • _________________________, Liberal Policy, 4th edition (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1964).
  • Partners in a New Britain (Liberal Publications Department, London, n.d.[c.1964]).
  • Liberals Look Ahead: The Report of the Liberal Commission (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1970).
  • The Liberal Alternative: A Pocket Guide to Liberal Policy (Liberal Publications Department, London, n.d.[c.1980s]).
  • The Constitution of the Liberal Party (Liberal Party Organisation, London, 1980).
  • Joint Liberal Assembly 1980: Resolutions Adopted at Blackpool, 8th-13th September (Liberal Party Organisation, London, 1980).
  • Foundations for the Future: Draft mid-term manifesto (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1981).
  • A Chance to Work: A Liberal Programme for Investing in People (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1982).
  • The Liberal Alternative: A Pocket Guide to Liberal Policy (Liberal Publications Department, London, 1983).

 

The Liberal magazine (2005-9)

  • The Liberal (2005-9).

 

Liberator magazine (1970-present)

  • Liberator magazine (1970-present).
  • STARTS WITH Oct 1971, Nov-Dec 1971, Feb 1972, Mar 1972, Apr 1972, May 1972, Jun 1972, Jul/Aug 1972, Nov 1972, Dec 1972, Jan 1973, Mar 1973, Apr 1973, Sep 1973, Oct 1973, Nov 1973,  Dec 1973, Jan 1974, Feb 1974, Mar 1974, Apr 1974, May 1974, Jun 1974, Jul/Aug 1974, Sep 1974, Nov 1974, Dec 1974, Jan 1975, Feb 1975, Mar 1975, Apr 1975, May 1975, Jun 1975, Jul/Aug 1975, Sep 1975, Oct 1975, Nov 1975, Dec 1975, Jan 1976, Feb 1976, Mar 1976, Apr 1976, May 1976, Jun 1976, Aug 1976,  Sep 1976, Oct 1976, Nov 1976, Dec 1976, Jan 1977, Feb 1977, Mar 1977, Apr 1977, May/Jun 1977, Jun/Jul 1977, Aug/Sep 1977, Oct 1977, Nov/Dec 1977, Dec/Jan 1977/8, Jan/Feb 1978, Feb/Mar 1978, Mar/Apr 1978, May/Jun 1978, Jun/July 1978, Vol. 9 No. 1 [Sept 1978], Vol. 9 No. 2 [Oct 1978], Vol. 9 No. 3 [Nov 1978], Vol. 9 No. 4 [Dec 1978], [from this point on, issues were numbered, starting with no. 95 in Jan 1979] Issues 95-381, 383-386.
  • AlAlso issue of Liberator Insider (“Free to Liberals who subscribe to Liberator”, late 70s/early 80s), all undated, No. 1-10, (merged with Radical Bulletin at this point - again, a separate supplement) 11, 12, 13, 15, [undated], [undated].
  • Bash Kid Manual: A Liberator Supplement (Liberator, London, n.d.).
  • Law and Democracy: A Liberator Broadsheet (Liberator, London, n.d.).
  • Penal Democracy: A Liberator Broadsheet (Liberator, London, n.d.).
  • Claimants Democracy: A Liberator Broadsheet (Liberator, London, n.d.).
  • Neighbourhood Democracy: A Liberator Broadsheet (Liberator, London, n.d.).
  • Tenants Democracy: A Liberator Broadsheet (Liberator, London, n.d.).

 

Liberator pamphlets

  • Go pamphlets from early 1980s
    • #1: Tim Beaumont, The Yellow Brick Road (Liberator, London, 198X).
    • #2: John Madeley, Planet as Community (Liberator, London, 198X).
    • #3: Guy Harriman and Mike Bradford, When the Chips Are Down (Liberator, London, 198X).
    • #4: Eric McGraw, Pop Goes the Planet (Liberator, London, 198X).
    • #5: Roger Cowe, Democracy in Industry (Liberator, London, 198X).
    • #6: Ian Bradley, Radical Rebirth (Liberator, London, 198X).
  • Passports to Liberty series (6 Liberator pamphlets, 1997-2005). 
    • #1: Kiron Reid, A Rough Guide to Liberalism/Bill le Breton, The Road to Tatton (Liberator, London, 1997).
    • #2: Conrad Russell, Welfare and Liberty/John Tilley, Liberalism in Your Street (Liberator, London, 1998).
    • #3: Jackie Ballard, The Politics of Community/Alex Wilcox, Love and Liberty (Liberator, London, 1999).
    • #4: David Boyle, After Community Politics/Jeremy Chowings, Healthy Living:  A Most Illiberal Concept (Liberator, London, 2000).
    • #5: Bernard Salmon, Liberals and the Global Economy/Jonathan Calder, Defending Families (Liberator, London, 2003).
    • #6: Adrian Sanders MP, A Different Country Now/David Boyle and Jonathan Calder, Cohesive Communities (Liberator, London, 2005).
  • The Westminster Files: Confidential (Liberator, London, 1995).
  • Not the Conference Agenda: Liberal Democrat Conference, September 2001, Bournemouth (Liberator, London, 2001).
  • Janice Turner, Stamping Out Freedom: The Tories’ Assault on Civil Liberties (Liberator, London, 1984).
  • Graham Watson MEP and Simon Titley (eds), Liberalism: Something to Shout About (Liberator, London, 2006).

 

Liberator revue (1984-2008)

  • The Lymeswold Declaration (September 1984) - programme and scripts.
  • A Christmas Benefit Concert for the ALC (December 1984) - programme and scripts.
  • At the Edge of the Union (September 1985) - programme and scripts.
  • The Secret Diary of Adrian Slade, Majority 13 3/4 (February 1986) - programme and scripts.
  • Merger Most Foul (September 1986) - programme and scripts.
  • Are You Being Merged? (September 1988) - programme and scripts.
  • Red Face Day (March 1989) - programme and scripts.
  • A Dangerous Luxury (September 1989) - programme and scripts.
  • Facing up to the Future (September 1992) - programme and scripts.
  • Crimestoppers! (September 1993) - programme and scripts.
  • Four Elections and a Funeral (September 1994) - programme and scripts.
  • The Hunchback of Notre Dome (September 1996) - programme and scripts.
  • Assorted scripts, 1997-2000.
  • Moderately, Socially (September 2002) - programme and scripts.
  • Hans, Blix and Bimps-a-Daisy! (September 2003) - programme and scripts.
  • Does My Majority Look Big in This? (September 2004) - programme and scripts.
  • The Liberal Revue - Unplugged (September 2008) - programme and scripts.
  • Mark Smulian, The Liberal Revue: A Brief History (Liberator, London, February 2018).

 

Liberator songbooks

  • Mary Green and Michael Steed (eds), After the Count Was Over (National League of Young Liberals, London, 1967).
  • Songs for Paper Tigers (Oxford University Liberal Club, Oxford, 1967).
  • Ralph Bancroft (ed.), Liberator Songsheet [first edition] (Liberator, London, 1975).
  • _________________, Liberator Songsheet [second edition] (Liberator, London, 1977).
  • _________________, Raise the Roof, the Liberator Song Book: With 1982 Supplement (Liberator, London, 1982).
  • _________________, Raise the Roof, the Liberator Song Book: 2nd Edition (Liberator, London, 1983).
  • _________________, Raise the Roof, the Liberator Song Book: 3rd Edition, with hits from the Revue (Liberator, London, 1984).
  • Adrian Slade (ed.), Party Pieces: Liberal Sacrilege in Song (Richmond Defence & Aid Fund, London, 1983).
  • Ralph Bancroft (ed.), Liberator Song Book: 4th Edition, banned by the KGB (Liberator, London, 1984).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 5th Edition (Liberator, London, 1988).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 6th Edition (Liberator, London, 1990).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 7th Edition (Liberator, London, 1991).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 8th Edition (Liberator, London, 1992).
  • _________________, Simon Hughes’s 10th Anniversary Souvenir Song Book, February 1993 (Liberator, London, 1993).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 9th Edition (Liberator, London, 1993).
  • __________________, Liberator Song Book: 10th Edition (Liberator, London, 1995).
  • __________________, Liberator Song Book: 11th Edition (Liberator, London, 1997).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 12th Edition - Y2K Compliant (Liberator, London, 1999).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 13th Edition (or 12a for the superstitious) (Liberator, London, 2001).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 14th Edition: A Complete Revision (Liberator, London, 2003).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 15th Edition (Liberator, London, 2004).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 16th Edition, New, Expanded and Improved! (Liberator, London, 2005).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 17th Edition (Liberator, London, 2004).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 18th Edition, New and Improved! (Liberator, London, 2007).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 19th Edition (Liberator, London, 2008).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 20th Edition (Liberator, London, 2009).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 21st Edition (Liberator, London, 2010).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 22nd Edition (Liberator, London, 2011).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 23rd Edition, New and Supersized (Liberator, London, 2012).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 24th Edition, New and Supersized (Liberator, London, 2013).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 25th Edition (Liberator, London, 2014).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 26th Edition (Liberator, London, 2015).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 27th Edition (Liberator, London, 2016).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 28th Edition (Liberator, London, 2017).
  • _________________, Liberator Song Book: 29th Edition (Liberator, London, 2018).

 

Liberty 2000 series

  • Leighton Andrews, Liberalism After Thatcher: Liberty 2000 No. 1 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
  • Malcolm Bruce, Markets and the Responsible State: Liberty 2000 No. 2 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
  • Iain Brodie-Brown, A Liberal View of Welfare: Liberty 2000 No. 3 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
  • Margaret Clay, Liberals and Community: Liberty 2000 No. 4 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1985).
  • Leighton Andrews, Liberty in Britain: Liberty 2000 No. 5 (Liberal Party, Hebden Bridge, 1985).

 

Local Liberal Association histories

  • Tower Hamlets: The East End Success Story (Tower Hamlets Liberal Democrats, London, 1994).
  • Rochdale Reform Association/Rochdale Liberal Party: 150th Anniversary, 1st December 1984 (Rochdale Liberal Party, Rochdale, 1984).

  • Michael Braham, Southport Liberal Association: The First 100 Years (Carnegie Press, Preston, 1985). [PHOTOCOPY, NOT AN ORIGINAL.]
  • Roger Kirkup, Bill Mathias and Victor Howell (eds), Liberals West: A Centenary Tribute to Liberalism in Devon & Cornwall, 1877-1977 (Cargoll Enterprises, Truro, 1977).
  • Martin Kyrle, The Liberals in Hampshire - A Part(l)y History, Part 1: Southampton, 1958-65 - Object Lessons (Sarsen Press, Southampton, 2012).
  • __________, The Liberals in Hampshire - A Part(l)y History, Part 2: Eastleigh, 1965-72 - Out in the Suburbs, Something Stirred! (Sarsen Press, Southampton, 2014).
  • James Rattue, Kissing His Sister: A History of Oxford University Liberal Club Since 1913 (Oxford University Liberal Democrats, Oxford, 1993).

 

Michael Meadowcroft - assorted pamphlets

  • Michael Meadowcroft, Success in Local GovernmentUnservile State Papers #17 (1971).
  • Michael Meadowcroft, Liberals and the Popular Front (Young Liberals, London, 1974).
  • ___________________, Bluffer's Guide to Politics (London, 1976).
  • ___________________, Liberal Values for a New Decade (Liberator, London, 1980).
  • ___________________, Social Democracy: Barrier or Bridge? (Liberator, London, 1981).
  • ___________________, Liberalism and the Left (Liberator, London, 1982).
  • ___________________, Liberalism and the Right (Liberator, London, 1983).
  • ___________________, Liberalism Today and Tomorrow (Liberator, Liberal Association, Coventry, 1989).
  • ___________________, Focus on Freedom: The Case for the Liberal Party (Liberal Party, Southport, 1992; rev. 3rd ed. 2001).
  • ___________________, Diversity in Danger: Pluralism and Policy Development (Beecroft Publications, Leeds, 1989; rev. 2nd ed. 2010).
  • ___________________, The Politics of Electoral Reform (Beecroft Publications, Leeds, rev. 4th ed. 2016).
  • ___________________, Freedom, Liberty and Fairness: Liberal Democrat Values for the 21st Century (Beecroft Publications, Leeds, 2002; rev. 2nd ed. 2013).
  • Michael Meadowcroft, Ian MacFadyen and Elizabeth Bee, The Leeds Yellow Book 2015: Essays on a Liberal Future for Leeds (Beecroft Publications, Leeds, 2016).
  • David Marquand and Michael Meadowcroft, Liberalism & Social Democracy (Liberal Party, London, 1981).

 

New Directions pamphlets (1960s)

  • New Directions # 1
  • New Directions # 2
  • Jo Grimond, Growth Not Grandeur: New Directions # 3 - Economic Reforms (Liberal Party, London, 1961).
  • Michael P. Fogarty (ed.), Opportunity Knocks: New Directions # 4 - Plan for Partnership (Liberal Party, London, 1961).

 

New Orbits pamphlets

Early leaflets by the Joint Political Committee of the National League of Young Liberals (later became New Orbits group).

  • Joint Political Committee of NYLY and ULS, New Orbits - New Orbits Pamphlet #1 (NLYL & ULS, London, 1959).
  • High Time for Radicals: A Discussion of the Future of the Left - New Orbits Pamphlet #2 (Peterborough, 1960).
  • John Thompson, Conceived in Fraud: The Farce of Central African Federation - New Orbits Pamphlet #3 (1960).
  • John Williamson et al, Towards a Welfare World: The Role of Trade and Aid - New Orbits Pamphlet #4 (1960).
  • Frank Ware, Five Year Plan: Social Objectives, Industrial Growth, Taxation Reform - New Orbits Pamphlet #5 (1960).
  • Roger Cuss, Maurice Gent and Trevor Smith, New Unions for Old - New Orbits Pamphlet #6 (London, 1961)
  • New Orbits Pamphlet #7
  • John Livermore (ed.), Controlling Interest: Participation and Power in Industry - New Orbits Pamphlet #8 (London, 1961).
  • Patrick Furnell and Frank Ware, Planning with a Purpose - New Orbits Pamphlet #9 (London, 1962).
  • Ray Pahl, Adult Education in a Free Society - New Orbits Pamphlet #10 (London, 1962).
  • John Bolt, Radical Town Planning - New Orbits Pamphlet #11 (London, 1962).
  • Adele Bagnall, The Student Campus - New Orbits Pamphlet #12 (London, 1962).
  • John Collins, Summary Justice - New Orbits Pamphlet #13 (London, 1963).
  • Philip Vince, The Impact of Automation - New Orbits Pamphlet #14 (London, 1963).
  • Hugh O’Shaughnessy, Engagement to Europe - New Orbits Pamphlet #15 (London, 1963).
  • John Williamson, How to Stop Stop Go - New Orbits Pamphlet #16 (London, 1964).
  • Jim Cousins, The Left and the Liberals - New Orbits Pamphlet #17 (London, 1964).
  • Teaching: A Proposal for an Institute of Teachers (1961).
  • John G. Walker, Land Taxation (London, 1960).

 

New Outlook pamphlets

  • Vol. 1, No. 1 - October 1961.
  • No. 2 - November 1961.
  • No. 3 - December 1961.
  • No. 4 - January 1962.
  • No. 5 - February 1962.
  • No. 6 - March 1962.
  • No. 8 - May 1962.
  • No. 9 - June 1962.
  • No. 10 - July 1962.
  • No. 11 - August 1962.
  • No. 12 - October 1962.
  • No. 13 - November 1962.
  • No. 14 - December 1962.
  • No. 15 - January 1963.
  • No. 16 - February 1963.
  • Donald Newby, The Orpington Story - The March 1963 issue of New Outlook, a Liberal Magazine. [No. 17]
  • No. 18 - April 1963.
  • No. 19 - May 1963.
  • No. 20 - June 1963.
  • No. 21 - July 1963.
  • No. 22 - August 1963.
  • No. 23 - September 1963.
  • No. 24 - October 1963.
  • No. 25 - November 1963.
  • No. 26 - December 1963.
  • No. 27 - January 1964.
  • No. 28 - February 1964.
  • No. 29 - March 1964.
  • No. 30 - April 1964.
  • No. 31 - May 1964.
  • No. 32 - June 1964.
  • No. 33 - July 1964.
  • No. 34 - August 1964.
  • No. 35 - September 1964.
  • No. 36 - October 1964.
  • No. 37 - November 1964.
  • No. 38 - December 1964.
  • No. 39 - January 1965.
  • No. 40 - February 1965.
  • No. 41 - March 1965.
  • No. 42 - April 1965.
  • No. 43 - May 1965.
  • No. 44 - June 1965.
  • No. 45 - July 1965.
  • No. 46 - August 1965.
  • No. 47 - September 1965.
  • No. 48 - October 1965.
  • No. 49 - November/December 1965.
  • No. 50 - January 1966.
  • No. 51 - February 1966.
  • No. 52 - March 1966.
  • No. 53 - April 1966.
  • No. 54 - May 1966.
  • No. 55 - June 1966.
  • No. 56 - July 1966.
  • No. 57 - September 1966.
  • No. 58 - October 1966.
  • No. 59 - November 1966.
  • No. 60 - December 1966/January 1967.
  • No. 61 - February 1967.
  • No. 62 - March 1967.
  • No. 63 - April 1967.
  • No. 64 - May/June 1967.
  • No. 65 - July 1967.
  • No. 66 - August 1967.
  • No. 67 - October 1967.
  • No. 68 - December 1967.
  • No. 68A - January/February 1968.
  • No. 69 - March 1968.
  • No. 70 - April 1968.
  • No. 71 - May 1968.
  • No. 72 - July/August 1968.
  • No. 73 - September 1968.
  • No. 74 - October/November 1968.
  • No. 75 - December 1968.
  • No. 76 - February/March 1969.
  • No. 77 - April/May 1969.
  • No. 78 - June/July 1969.
  • No. 79 - August/September 1969.
  • No. 80 - October/November 1969.
  • No. 81 - December 1969/January 1970.
  • No. 82 - February/March 1970.
  • No. 83 - April/May 1970.
  • No. 84 - June/July 1970.
  • No. 85 - Winter 1970.
  • No. 86 - Spring 1971.
  • No. 87 - Summer 1971.
  • No. 88 - Autumn 1971.
  • No. 89???
  • 1971-1.
  • 1971-2.
  • 1971-3.
  • 1971-4.
  • 1972-1.
  • 1972-2, New Outlook on Inflation and Unemployment.
  • 1972-3, New Outlook on Politics and Morality.
  • 1972-4.
  • 1973-1.
  • 1973-2.
  • 1973-3 - Assembly Edition 1973.
  • 1973-4 - Thorpe on Europe.
  • 1974, No. 1 - Is There a Future for the Northern Ireland Liberal Party?
  • 1974, No. 2 - Lessons of the Election.
  • 1974, No. 3 - Radical Moderation.
  • 1974, No. 4 - The Real Political Corruption.
  • 1974, No. 5 - A Liberal Line on Ulster.
  • 1974, No. 6 - Anyone for Mingo?
  • 1974, Nos. 7 & 8 - Double Assembly Issue.
  • 1974, Nos. 9 & 10 - The Liberal Future.
  • Vol. 15, No. 1 - January 1975, Who Should Choose the Liberal Leader?
  • Vol. 15, No. 2 - February 1975, On Wedgwood Benn.
  • Vol. 15, No. 3 - March 1975, On Rates and Taxes.
  • Vol. 15, No. 4 - April 1975, A Local Government Manifesto.
  • Vol. 15, No. 5 - May 1975, On Europe.
  • Vol. 15, No. 6 - June 1975, On Sovereignty.
  • Vol. 15, No. 7 - July 1975, On Devolution, Nationalism, Electoral Reform.
  • Alan Butt Philip and Iain McLean, The Nationalist Challenge: A Survey of Scottish and Welsh Nationalism and its Consequences - A New Outlook Publication.
  • Vol. 15, Nos. 8 & 9 - August/September 1975, Special Scarborough 1975 Edition.
  • Vol. 15, No. 10 - October 1975, A New Outlook on Energy/Charter for Economic and Social Freedom.
  • Vol. 15, Nos. 11 & 12 - December 1975, Double Christmas Issue: On Devolution, Tied Housing, Polytechnics.
  • Vol. 16, No. 1 - January 1976, On Industry, Investment, Liberal Leadership.
  • Michael Steed, The French Threat - A New Outlook Publication; January 1976.
  • Vol. 16, No. 2 - February 1976, On Devolution, Housing, and the Electoral Reform Battle of 1931.
  • Vol. 16, No. 3 - March 1976, On European Elections, Governing Schools, Liberal Leadership.
  • Vol. 16, No. 4 - April 1976, On the Budget, Local Government, Liberal HQ.
  • Vol. 16, No. 5 - May 1976, The Liberal Leadership: Pardoe or Steel…
  • Vol. 16, No. 6 - June 1976, The Liberal Leadership: Candidates’ Manifestoes.
  • Vol. 16, No. 7 - July 1976, On Transport, Local Government, Hill Farming.
  • Vol. 16, Nos. 8 & 9 - September 1976, On Liberal Economics, Principles or Pragmatism, Planning, Devolution, Racialism, Welsh Liberalism.
  • Ralph Bancroft, Ben Sawbridge and Michael Steed, Self-Government for the British - A New Outlook Publication; September 1976.
  • Vol. 16, No. 10 - October 1976, On Education, Theatre Subsidies, Bank Nationalisation.
  • Vol. 16, Nos. 11 & 12 - November/December 1976, On the Company and the Worker, Regionalism, Transport Policy, Liberalism and Communism.
  • Vol. 17, No. 1 - January 1977, What Price Coalition?
  • Vol. 17, Nos. 2 & 3 - March 1977, On Liberalism Today, The Corporate State, Alternative Technology.
  • Vol. 17, No. 4 - May 1977, On Lib-Lab Pact, Euro Elections, Incomes Policy, Policing in the 80s.
  • Vol. 17, No. 5 - June 1977, On the Liberal Party’s Platform, Labour’s Future, European Elections, Sickness Benefit.
  • Vol. 17, Nos. 6 & 7 - July/August 1977, On Lib-Labbery, Northern Ireland, Changes in Africa.
  • Vol. 17, Nos. 8 & 9 - September 1977 Assembly Issue, On the Lib-Lab Pact, Housing, Taxation, Germany & Liberty.
  • Vol. 17, Nos. 10 & 11 - November 1977, On the Agreement - Unanswered Questions, Education - Choice; Classroom Violence.
  • Vol. 17, No. 12 - December 1977, On the End of the Pact, Disrupt the Euro-Elections, An Alternative Foreign Policy.
  • Vol. 18, No. 1 - January 1978, On Liberalism’s Future, Greece, Payroll Tax.
  • Vol. 18, No. 2 - March 1978, On Defence, the Judiciary, Future Society.
  • Vol. 18, No. 3 - April 1978, On a Liberal Budget, Social Security Benefits, the Woman’s Role in Politics.
  • Vol. 18, No. 4 - May 1978, On Paths to Freedom, Planning for PR, the Housing Problem.
  • Vol. 18, No. 5 - June 1978, On Local Government.
  • Vol. 18, No. 6 - July/August 1978, On Full Employment, Open Day at Polaris, the Short and the Long Run.
  • Vol. 18, No. 7 - September 1978 Assembly Issue, On Education, Referenda, Lord Wade.
  • Vol. 18, No. 8 - October 1978, On Tories, Energy, Times Change.
  • Vol. 18, Nos. 9 & 10 - December 1978, Social Work Issue.
  • Vol. 19, No. 1 - 1979, Post-Election Issue.
  • Vol. 19, No. 2 - 1979, On Ecology, Candidates, Social Work.
  • Vol. 19, Nos. 3 & 4 - 1979, Liberal Strategy: The Next Five Years.
  • Vol. 20, No. 1 - 1980.
  • Vol. 20, No. 2 - 1980.
  • Vol. 20, No. 3 - 1980.
  • Vol. 20, No. 4 - 1980.
  • Vol. 21, No. 1 - 1981, Liberals and…Equality, Ireland, Social Democrats.
  • Vol. 21, No. 2 - September 1981, The Politics of Realignment.
  • Vol. 21, No. 3 - Summer 1982, Liberal Economics, Pardoe on Economic Strategy, Third World, Small Businesses.
  • Vol. 21, No. 4 - Autumn 1982, Meadowcroft and Others on Liberal Choices, Oborski on Poland.
  • Vol. 22, No. 1 - Winter 1982/3, The Alliance in London: Survey Report.
  • Vol. 22, No. 2 - Post-Election Issue 1983, Lessons of the Election: The Way Forward.
  • Vol. 22, No. 3 - 1983 Liberal Assembly Issue, The Alliance: A Critical History by Michael Steed.
  • Vol. 22, No. 4 - Spring 1984, The Liberal Politics of Trade and Aid, Harrogate Strategy - Next Steps, How Liberal Was the SDP?, The Debate on the Left.
  • Vol. 23, No. 1 - Assembly 1984, On Women, Alliance, Defence and Pacifism, Youth Training, Miners.

 

Open Forum papers - SDP

  • Michael Dunlop Young, Bigness is the Enemy of Humanity: Local Government and Local Democracy - SDP Open Forum # 1 (SDP, London, 1981).
  • Wayland Kennet and Elizabeth Young, Neither Red Nor Dead: The Case for Disarmament - SDP Open Forum # 2 (SDP, London, 1982).
  • Philip Maynard Williams and Iain McLean, Why Electoral Reform? - SDP Open Forum # 3 (SDP, London, 1982).
  • SDP Open Forum # 4 (SDP, London, 1982).
  • David Marquand, Russet-Coated Captains: The Challenge of Social Democracy— SDP Open Forum # 5 (SDP, London, 1982).
  • Tom Forester, Campaigning in the Local Community: How to Win Local Elections - SDP Open Forum # 6 (SDP, London, 1982).
  • Tiffany Daneff, Preventing Illness: Strategies for a Preventive Health Policy - SDP Open Forum # 7 (SDP, London, 1984).
  • Alastair Kilmarnock, Social Democracy and Inequality: An Analysis of Members Views - SDP Open Forum # 8 (SDP, London, 1985).
  • SDP Open Forum # 9 (SDP, London, 1985).
  • Polly Toynbee, Human Fertility: Helping the Childless and Preventing Unwanted Pregnancy - SDP Open Forum # 10 (SDP, London, 1985).
  • Roger Carroll, Equality and Opportunity in an Enterprise Economy - SDP Open Forum # 11 (SDP, London, 1985).
  • Roy Evans and Francis Bridger, Racial Justice: An SDP Approach to Equal Opportunities- SDP Open Forum # 12 (SDP, London, 1985).

 

Open Forum papers - Social and Liberal Democrats/Liberal Democrats

Open Forum papers, continuing into the merged party.

  • Ann Sofer, ‘Special Contract’ Schools - A New Proposal for Inner-City Education: SLD Open Forum Series # 1 (Hebden Royd, 1988).
  • John Medway, Housing 2000: SLD Open Forum Series # 2 (Hebden Royd, 1988).
  • Shirley Williams, The New Party - The New Technology: SLD Open Forum Series # 3 (Hebden Royd, 1988).
  • Simon Nuttall, 1992: SLD Open Forum Series # 4 (Hebden Royd, 1989).
  • Jonathan Fryer, A Transformed World - International Development Priorities: SLD Open Forum Series # 5 (Hebden Royd, 1989).
  • Tim Swift, Putting Children First? A Liberal Democrat View of Child Abuse and Child Protection: Open Forum Series # 6 (Hebden Royd, 1990).
  • James Edward Meade, A Blueprint for a European Central Bank: Open Forum Series # 7 (Hebden Royd, 1990).
  • Irish Advisory Group, The Wrong End of the Telescope - A Different View of Northern Ireland: Open Forum Series # 8 (Hebden Royd, 1990).
  • Derek Ezra and Edward Davey, Industrial Policy - A Long-Term Approach to Industrial Growth: Open Forum Series # 9 (Hebden Royd, 1990).
  • John Williamson, Britain’s Role in EMU - A Positive Approach: Open Forum Series # 10 (Hebden Royd, 1991).
  • Jeremy Mill, Can They Suffer? Animal Protection - A Liberal Democrat View: Open Forum Series # 11 (Liberal Democrat Publications, Dorchester, 1992).
  • Lord [Roy] Jenkins, Learning the Lessons of History - Hung Parliaments and Coalition Governments: Open Forum Series # 12 (Liberal Democrat Publications, Dorchester, 1992).
  • Celia Ross, Second-Class Citizens? People With Disabilities: Open Forum Series # 13 (Liberal Democrat Publications, Dorchester, 1992).
  • Deepa Korea, Equal Justice - Tackling Racial Discrimination: Open Forum Series # 14 (Liberal Democrat Publications, Dorchester, 1992).
  • Simon Hughes MP, Edward Davey, et al, Pathways to Power: Realignment - Bridge or Barrier? Open Forum Series # 15 (Liberal Democrat Publications, Dorchester, 1992).

 

Radical Bulletin (1970-1980)

  • No. 1 - December 1970.
  • No. 2 - January 1971.
  • No. 3 - May 1971.
  • No. 4 - June 1971.
  • No. 5 - July 1971.
  • No. 6 - August 1971.
  • Special Election Bulletin - October 1971.
  • No. 7 - November 1971.
  • No. 8 - December 1971.
  • No. 9 - February 1972.
  • No. 10 - March 1972 & Supplement.
  • No. 11 - April 1972.
  • No. 12 - May 1972.
  • No. 13 - June 1972.
  • September 1972.
  • October 1972.
  • November 1972.
  • December 1972.
  • January 1973.
  • Radical Bulletin Quarterly No. 1 — January 1973.
  • February 1973.
  • March 1973.
  • April/May 1973.
  • June/July 1973.
  • August 1973.
  • Radical Bulletin Quarterly No. 2 — August 1973.
  • September 1973.
  • October 1973.
  • November 1973.
  • December 1973.
  • Radical Bulletin Quarterly No. 3 — December 1973/January 1974.
  • April 1974.
  • Radical Bulletin Quarterly — First Quarter 1974.
  • June 1974.
  • July 1974.
  • August 1974.
  • September 1974.
  • October/November 1974.
  • Radical Bulletin Quarterly — November 1974.
  • December 1974.
  • Vol. 5, No. 1 — January 1975.
  • Vol. 5, No. 2 — February 1975.

  • Radical Bulletin Quarterly — Spring 1975.

  • Vol. 5, No. 3 — March 1975.

  • Vol. 5, No. 4 — April 1975.

  • Vol. 5, No. 5 — May & June 1975.

  • Vol. 5, No. 6 — July 1975.

  • European Radical Bulletin Quarterly — Summer 1975.

  • Vol. 5, No. 7 — July 1975.

  • Vol. 5, No. 8 — Assembly Issue.

  • Scarborough 1975, Newsletter No. 1: Tuesday 16th September.

  • Scarborough 1975, Newsletter No. 2: Wednesday 17th September.

  • Scarborough 1975, Newsletter No. 3: Thursday 18th September.

  • Scarborough 1975, Newsletter No. 4: Friday 19th September.

  • Scarborough 1975, Newsletter No. 5: Saturday 20th September.

  • Vol. 5, No. 9 — Post-Assembly Issue.

  • European Radical Bulletin Quarterly — Autumn 1975.

  • Vol. 5, No. 10 — November 1975.

  • Vol. 5, Nos 11 & 12 — December 1975.

  • Vol. 6, No. 1 — January 1976.

  • Vol. 6, Nos 2 & 3 — March 1976.

  • European Radical Bulletin Quarterly — Spring 1976.

  • Vol. 6, No. 4 — April 1976.

  • Vol. 6, No. 5 — May 1976.

  • Radical Bulletin — Leadership Election Supplement.

  • Vol. 6, No. 6 — June 1976.

  • Vol. 6, No. 7 — July 1976.

  • European Radical Bulletin Quarterly, No. 6 — Summer 1976.

  • Vol. 6, No. 8 — August 1976.

  • Vol. 6, No. 9 — September 1976.

  • Vol. 6, No. 10 — October 1976.

  • Vol. 6, No. 11 — November 1976.

  • Vol. 6, No. 12 — December 1976.

  • Vol. 7, No. 1 — January 1977.

  • Vol. 7, No. 2 — February 1977.

  • Vol. 7, No. 3 — March 1977.

  • Vol. 7, No. 4 — May 1977.

  • Vol. 7, No. 5 — June 1977.

  • Vol. 7, No. 6 — July [labelled June] 1977.

  • Vol. 7, No. 7 — August 1977.

  • Vol. 7, Nos 8 & 9 — September 1977.

  • Vol. 7, Nos 10 & 11 — November 1977.

  • Vol. 7, No. 12 — December 1977: Special Crisis Issue.

  • Vol. 7, No. 1 — January 1977.

  • Vol. 8, No. 1 — January 1978, with supplements.

  • Vol. 8, No. 2 — February 1978.

  • Vol. 8, No. 3 — June 1978.

  • Vol. 8, No. 4 — Jul/Aug 1978.

  • Radical Briefing — Liberal Party Council, February 1978.

  • Vol. 9, No. 1 — January 1979.

  • Vol. 9, No. 2 — February 1979.

  • Vol. 9, No. 3 — Assembly Edition 1979.

  • Vol. 9, No. 4 — November 1979.

  • June 1980.

  • July 1980.

  • August 1980.

  • Assembly Special [1980].

 

Radical Quarterly (1986-1992)

  • No. 1 - Autumn ’86, incorporating “New Outlook”.
  • No. 2 - Winter ’86.
  • No. 3 - Spring ’87.
  • No. 4 - Summer ’87.
  • No. 5 - Autumn ’87.
  • No. 6 - Winter ’87.
  • Hannah Rose (ed.), Where Next? (Radical Quarterly special edition, 1987).
  • No. 7 - Spring ’88.
  • No. 8 - Summer ’88.
  • No. 9 - Autumn ’88.
  • No. 10 - Winter ’88.
  • No. 11 - Spring ’89.
  • No. 12 - Summer ’89.
  • No. 13 - Autumn ’89.
  • No. 14 - Winter ’89.
  • No. 15 - Spring ’90.
  • No. 16 - Summer ’90.
  • No. 17 - Autumn ’90.
  • No. 18 - Winter ’90.
  • No. 19 - Spring ’91.
  • No. 20 - Summer ’91.
  • No. 21 - Autumn ’91.
  • No. 22 - Winter ’91.
  • No. 23 - Spring ’92.

 

Radical Reform Group (1952-1960s)

  • Radical Reform Group Newsletter: March 1962.
  • Radical Reform Group Newsletter: July 1962.
  • Radical Reform Group Newsletter: March 1963.
  • Radical Reform Group Newsletter: November 1963.
  • Radical Reform Group Newsletter: February 1964.
  • Radical Reform Group Newsletter: September 1964.
  • Radical Reform Group Newsletter — Letter, February 1965.

 

Radix (2016-present)

  • Nick Tyrone, 2017: A Look at the Year Ahead of Us (Radix, London, 2017).
  • __________ A Radical Manifesto for a Credible Opposition (Radix, London, 2016).
  • __________, What is the Future of Trade Unionism in Britain? (Radix, London, 2016).
  • __________, What Would a “Hard” Brexit Negotiation Strategy Look Like? (Radix, London, 2016).
  • __________, Working Late: The Importance of Older Women to Our Economy (Radix, London, 2016).
  • Joe Zammit-Lucia, Beyond Governance: An Economy That Works for Everyone (Radix, London, 2017).
  • ______________, All Atwitter About Brexit: Lessons for the Election Campaigns (Radix, London, 2017).
  • Joe Zammit-Lucia and David Boyle, The Death of Liberal Democracy? (Radix, London, 2016).
  • Joe Zammit-Lucia, David Boyle and Nick Silver, Quantitative Easing: The Debate That Never Happened (Radix, London, 2016).
  • Joe Zammit-Lucia, Nigel Gardner and Nick Tyrone, A Very British Brexit: A Road Map (Radix, London, 2017).

 

Social Liberal Forum (2012-present)

  • Prateek Buch (foreword by Will Hutton), Plan C — Social Liberal Approaches to a Fair, Sustainable Economy (Social Liberal Forum, London, 2012), 38pp.
  • David Hall-Matthews and Prateek Buch, Liberal Democrat Party Policy-Making in Coalition (Social Liberal Forum, London, 2012), 22pp.
  • Helen Flynn, Plan C — Developing a Coherent, Progressive and Sustainable Education Policy (Social Liberal Forum, London, 2013), 14pp.
  • Lewis Baston and Seth Thévoz, Lib Dem Seats in 2010-5: Where Did the Votes Go? SLF Long Reads Number 1 (Social Liberal Forum, London, July 2015), 22pp.
  • Simon Radford, Shouldn't We Listen to Those Who Predicted the Crash? SLF Long Reads Number 2 (Social Liberal Forum, London, August 2015), 12pp.
  • Seth Thévoz, Electing the Lords: How Did That Work Out for the Lib Dems? A Study into the Effectiveness of the Interim Peers Panel System for Electing Liberal Democrat Nominees to the House of Lords, 1999-2015. SLF Long Reads Number 3 (Social Liberal Forum, London, September 2015), 28pp.
  • Paul Pettinger, Why Centrism Doesn't Work for Minor Parties. SLF Long Reads Number 4 (Social Liberal Forum, London, April 2016), 18pp.
  • Edward Robinson, The European Carbon Market isn’t Working — and Social Liberals Should be Worried. SLF Long Reads Number 5 (Social Liberal Forum, London, February 2017), 10pp.
  • Seth Thévoz, The Richmond Park By-Election in Perspective: Lessons from Liberal, Social Democrat and Liberal Democrat By-Election Gains. SLF Long Reads Number 6 (Social Liberal Forum, London, February 2017), 28pp.
  • Michael Mullaney, Northern Discomfort: An Analysis of the Liberal Democrat Performance in the 2017 General Election. SLF Long Reads Number 7 (Social Liberal Forum, London, June 2017), 10pp.
  • Tom Holden, Universal Basic Income as a Tool for Tax and Benefit Reform. SLF Long Reads Number 8 (Social Liberal Forum, London, August 2017), 14pp.
  • Paul Pettinger, The Progressive Alliance: Why the Liberal Democrats Need It — Revised Edition. SLF Long Reads Number 9 (Social Liberal Forum, London, September 2017), 20pp.
  • Vince Cable, Inequality: A Speech Given by Sir Vince Cable MP at the Resolution Foundation, 6th September 2017 (Social Liberal Forum, London, September 2017).

 

The Reformer magazine (1993-2005)

  • Vol. 1, No. 1 - Autumn 1993.
  • Vol. 1, No. 2 - Autumn 1993.
  • Vol. 1, No. 3 - Spring 1994.
  • Vol. 1, No. 4 - Summer 1994.
  • Vol. 2, No. 1 - Autumn 1994.
  • Vol. 2, No. 2 - Winter 1994.
  • Vol. 2, No. 3 - Spring 1995.
  • Vol. 2, No. 4 - Summer 1995.
  • Vol. 3, No. 1 - Autumn 1995.
  • Vol. 3, No. 2 - Winter 1995/6.
  • Vol. 3, No. 3 - Spring 1996.
  • Vol. 3, No. 4 - Summer 1996.
  • Vol. 4, No. 1 - Autumn 1996.
  • Vol. 4, No. 2 - Winter 1996/7.
  • Vol. 4, No. 3 - Spring 1997.
  • Vol. 4, No. 4 - Summer 1997.
  • Vol. 5, No. 1 - Autumn 1997.
  • Vol. 5, No. 2 - Winter 1997/8.
  • Vol. 5, No. 3 - Spring 1998.
  • Vol. 5, No. 4 - Summer 1998.
  • Vol. 6, No. 1 - Autumn 1998.
  • Vol. 6, No. 2 - Winter 1998/9.
  • Vol. 6, No. 3 - Spring 1999.
  • Vol. 6, No. 4 - Summer 1999.
  • Vol. 7, No. 1 - Autumn 1999.
  • Vol. 7, No. 2 - Spring 2000.
  • Spring 2001.
  • Summer 2003.
  • Autumn 2003.
  • Winter 2003.
  • Spring 2004.
  • Autumn 2004.
  • Spring 2005.

 

SDP magazines 1: Alliance, The Democrat, New Democrat

Alliance (1982).

  • No. 1 — June 1982.
  • No. 2 — July 1982.
  • No. 3 — August 1982.
  • No. 4 — October 1982 .
  • No. 5 — November 1982.
  • No. 6 — December 1982/January 1983.

The Democrat (1982).

  • Advance flyer — September 1982.
  • No. 1 — 14th October 1982.
  • No. 2 — 28th October 1982.
  • No. 3 — November 1982.
  • No. 4 — 8th December 1982.

New Democrat — incorporating Alliance (1983-9).

  • Vol. 1, No. 1 — April/May 1983.
  • Vol. 1, No. 2 — June 1983.
  • Vol. 1, No. 3 — July/August 1983.
  • Vol. 1, No. 4 — September/October 1983.
  • Vol. 1, No. 5.
  • Vol. 2, No. 1.
  • Vol. 2, No. 2.
  • Vol. 2, No. 3.
  • Vol. 2, No. 4 — September/October 1984.
  • Vol. 2, No. 5.
  • Vol. 3, No. 1.
  • Vol. 3, No. 2.
  • Vol. 3, No. 3.
  • Vol. 3, No. 4.
  • Vol. 3, No. 5.
  • Vol. 4, No. 1.
  • Vol. 4, No. 2.
  • Vol. 4, No. 3.
  • Vol. 4, No. 4.
  • Vol. 1, No. 5.
  • Vol. 5, No. 1.
  • Vol. 5, No. 2 — Spring 1987, Election issue.
  • Vol. 5, No. 3 — 1987.
  • Vol. 5, No. 4 — 1987.
  • Vol. 1, No. 5.
  • Vol. 6, No. 1 — 1988.
  • Vol. 6, No. 2 — 1988.
  • Vol. 6, No. 3 — 1988.
  • Vol. 6, No. 4 — 1988.
  • Vol. 6, No. 5 — 1988.
  • Vol. 7, No. 1 — 1989.
  • Vol. 7, No. 2 — 1989.
  • Vol. 7, No. 3 — 1989.
  • Vol. 7, No. 4 — 1989.

SDP publications 2

  • New Social Democrat.
  • Social Democrat (1982-8).
  • The Democrat (1982). ISSUES 1, 4.

 

Strategy 2000 pamphlets (1975)

  • R.S. Scorer, A Radical Approach to Pollution, Population and Resources: Strategy 2000, First Series, No. 1 (Liberal Party, London, 1975).
  • A.D.C. Peterson, Liberal Education For All: Strategy 2000, First Series, No. 2 (Liberal Party, London, 1975).
  • Strategy 2000, First Series, No. 3 (Liberal Party, London, 1975).
  • Timothy Cook and John Gunn, Penal Reform: Strategy 2000, First Series, No. 4 (Liberal Party, London, 1975).
  • James Robertson, Common Sense About Profits: Strategy 2000, First Series, No. 5 (Liberal Party, London, 1975).
  • David Steel, The Liberal Way Forward: Strategy 2000, First Series, No. 6 (Liberal Party, London, 1975).
  • Strategy 2000, First Series, No. 7 (Liberal Party, London, 1976).
  • Niel Martin-Kaye, Penal Reform: Strategy 2000, First Series, No. 8 (Liberal Party, London, 1976).

 

Tawney Society pamphlets

  • Tawney Briefings
    • Ann Sofer, Jim Daly et al, Tawney Briefing No. 1: From Red Light to Green (Tawney Society, London, n.d.).
    • Alec Nove, Tawney Briefing No. 2: Reagan, the Pipeline, and East-West Relations (Tawney Society, London, 1982).
    • Tony Flower, Michael Young and Peter Hall (eds), Tawney Briefing No. 3: Up the Hill to Cowley Street (Tawney Society, London, n.d.).
  • Tawney Pamphlets/Publications
    • Peter Hall, Tawney Pamphlet No. 1: Investing in Innovation (Tawney Society, London, n.d.).
    • Michael Young, Tawney Pamphlet No. 2: Inflation, Unemployment and the Remoralisation of Society (Tawney Society, London, n.d.).
    • Mark Goyder, Tawney Pamphlet No. 3: The Springs of Co-Operative Wealth (Tawney Society, London, n.d.).
    • Michael Young and Peter Hall (eds), Tawney Pamphlet No. 4: The Middle of the Night - Suggestions Towards an Election Manifesto (Tawney Society, London, 1982).
    • Peter Hall, London Transport - Tawney Publication No. 5 (Tawney Society, London, 1982).
    • Ronald Doer, Tawney Pamphlet No. 6: An Incomes Policy Built to Last (Tawney Society, London, 1982).
    • Alec Nove, Reagan, the Pipeline, and East-West Relations - Tawney Publication No. 7 (Tawney Society, London, 1982).[ALSO LISTED AS TAWNEY BRIEFING NO. 2 - SEE ABOVE.]
    • Geoffrey Waldren, The End of Round One: Analysis of 1982 Borough Elections - Tawney Publication No. 8 (Tawney Society, London, 1982).
    • Various, Members’ Papers 1982 - Tawney Publication No. 9 (Tawney Society, London, 1982).
    • W.G. Runciman, Tawney Pamphlet No. 5: Where is the Right of the Left? - Tawney Publication No. 10 (Tawney Society, London, 1982).
    • Ronald Dore, An Incomes Policy Built to Last - Tawney Publication No. 11 (Tawney Society, London, 1982).
    • Bill Murray, A Future for Housing - Tawney Publication No. 12 (Tawney Society, London, 1983).
    • Stephen Mennell, On Social Democratic Ideology - Tawney Publication No. 13 (Tawney Society, London, 1983). [PRINT-OUT OF SCANNED COPY, NOT AN ORIGINAL.]
    • Tony Flower (ed.), Should the SDP Merge with the Liberals? - Tawney Publication No. 14 (Tawney Society, London, 1983).
    • Tony Flower, Parties in the News - Tawney Publication No. 15 (Tawney Society, London, 1983).
    • R.H. Tawney, Social Democracy in Britain; Reprint, with a New Preface by Dr David Owen - Tawney Publication No. 16 (Tawney Society, London, 1983).
    • Michael Young, To Merge, Or Not to Merge? - Tawney Publication No. 17 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • R.H. Tawney, Social Democracy in Britain; Reprint, with a New Preface by Dr David Owen - Tawney Publication No. 18 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • Mark Goyder, Two Dimensional Social Democracy - Tawney Publication No. 18 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • John Raven, Economic Policy in Modern Society - Tawney Publication No. 19 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • Francis Hawkings, Morality, Politics and Social Democracy - Tawney Publication No. 20 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • Alex de Mont, A Theory of the Social Market - Tawney Publication No. 21 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • Roy Jenkins, Three Years from Warrington - Tawney Publication No. 22 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • Mark Goyder (ed.), Count Us In: Report on Community Service Scheme - Tawney Publication No. 23 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • Duncan Smith, What Kind of Growth? People or Profits - Tawney Publication No. 24 (Tawney Society/The Conservation Society, London, 1985).
    • Peter Johnston, Speaking Up for the Voiceless: The SDP and Animal Protection - Tawney Publication No. 25 (Tawney Society, London, 1985).
    • Dorothy Emmet, The Moral Roots of Social Democracy - Tawney Publication No. 26 (Tawney Society, London, 1985).
    • Kevin Carey (ed.), Unveiling the Right: The John Rawls Creative Study Group - Tawney Publication No. 27 (Tawney Society, London, 1985).
    • William Rodgers, My Party, Wet or Dry? A Tawney Lecture Given on 16th May 1985 - Tawney Publication No. 28 (Tawney Society, London, 1985).
    • Ralf Dahrendorf, A Divided Society - Tawney Publication No. 29 (Tawney Society, London, 1985).
    • Margaret Sharp, A Brave New World? - Tawney Publication No. 30 (Tawney Society, London, 1985).
    • Nick Bosanquet, Is There An Economic Case for Equality? - Tawney Publication No. 31 (Tawney Society, London, 1985).
    • Sean McConville and Eryl Hall-Williams, Crime and Punishment: A Radical Rethink - Tawney Publication No. 32 (Tawney Society, London, 1986).
    • Shirley Williams, Social Democracy: The Haves and Have-Nots - Tawney Publication No. 33 (Tawney Society, London, 1986).
    • Richard Gravil, Equality and the Ownership Question - Tawney Publication No. 34 (Tawney Society, London, 1986).
    • Dennis Lawrence, Democracy and Broadcasting - Tawney Publication No. 35 (Tawney Society, London, 1986).
    • Margaret Sharp (ed.), Economic Options: A Tawney Conference Report - Tawney Publication No. 36 (Tawney Society, London, 1986).
    • David Owen, Social Market and Social Justice - Tawney Publication No. 37 (Tawney Society, London, 1987).
    • Roy Jenkins, Prospects for the British Economy - Tawney Publication No. 38 (Tawney Society, London, 1987).
    • Roger Scruton, John Lloyd, Richard Holme and Danny Finkelstein, The Challenges to Social Democracy: Transcript of Summer School ’87 - Part One - Tawney Publication No. 39 (Tawney Society, London, 1987).
    • Steven Erlanger, William Rodgers and Peter Hall, The Challenges to Social Democracy: Transcript of Summer School ’87 - Part Two - Tawney Publication No. 40 (Tawney Society, London, 1987).
    • Andrew Duff, Europe 2000 - Tawney Publication No. 41 (Tawney Society, London, 1987).
    • David Marquand, New Demands and Old Politics- Tawney Publication No. 42 (Tawney Society, London, 1988).
    • P. Walker and M. Bell, Is Employment the Cure for Unemployment? - Tawney Publication No. 43 (Tawney Society, London, 1988).
    • Jeremy Isaacs, The Future of Television - Tawney Publication No. 44 (Tawney Society, London, 1988).
  • Tawney Newsletters/Journals
    • Tawney Newsletter, No. 1: Spring 1982 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • Tawney Newsletter, No. 2: Summer 1982 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • Tawney Newsletter, No. 3: Winter 1982 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • Tawney Newsletter, No. 4: Spring 1983 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • Tawney Newsletter, No. 5: August 1983 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • Tawney Newsletter, No. 6: Winter 1983 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • Tawney Newsletter, No. 7: Spring 1984 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • Tawney Newsletter, No. 8: Summer 1984 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • Tawney Newsletter, No. 9: Winter 1984 (Tawney Society, London, 1984).
    • Tawney Journal: Spring 1985 (Tawney Society, London, 1985).
    • Tawney Journal: Summer 1985 (Tawney Society, London, 1985).
    • Tawney Journal: Winter 1985 (Tawney Society, London, 1985).
    • Tawney Journal: Spring 1986 (Tawney Society, London, 1987).
    • Tawney Journal: Summer 1986 (Tawney Society, London, 1986).
    • Tawney Journal: Winter 1986 (Tawney Society, London, 1987).
    • Tawney Journal: Spring 1987 (Tawney Society, London, 1987).
    • Tawney Journal: Summer 1987 (Tawney Society, London, 1987).
  • Tawney Papers
    • Glenna Robson, Forty Years On: Possibilities for a Major Change in Education - Tawney Paper No. 1 (Tawney Society, London, n.d.).
    • Ronald Stekel, Limited Liability Companies: Abuses and Solutions - Tawney Paper No. 2 (Tawney Society, London, n.d.).
    • Rev. E. Byles, Four Contexts of Social Democracy - Tawney Paper No. 3 (Tawney Society, London, n.d.).
    • Glenna Robson et al, Housing Problems in Manchester - Tawney Paper No. 4 (Tawney Society, London, n.d.).
    • Maurice Howard, The European Community: Possible British Perspectives - Tawney Paper No. 5 (Tawney Society, London, n.d.).
    • Michael Young, The SDP’s Roots in History - Tawney Paper No. 6 (Tawney Society, London, n.d.).
    • Tyrrell Burgess, The Role of the Party - Tawney Paper No. 7 (Tawney Society, London, n.d.).

 

Unservile State Papers (1960-1990)

 

  • Christopher Hollis, Has Parliament a Future?Unservile State Papers #1 (1960).
  • Alan Peacock, The Welfare Society – Unservile State Papers #2 (1960).
  • Brian Keith-Lucas, The Mayor, Aldermen and CouncillorsUnservile State Papers #3 (1961).
  • Herbert Nicholas, Reforming the United Nations – Unservile State Papers #4 (1961).
  • Iris Capell, The Aggrieved CitizenUnservile State Papers #5 (1962).
  • Harford Thomas, The Press and the People – Unservile State Papers #6 (1962).
  • Christopher Layton, Europe After the Wreck – Unservile State Papers #7.
  • Desmond Banks, Liberals and Economic PlanningUnservile State Papers #8.
  • T.R.C. Curtin, The Future of RhodesiaUnservile State Papers #9.
  • Heather Harvey, The Wealth of the NationUnservile State Papers #10.
  • Elliott Dodds and Erna Reiss, The Logic of LibertyUnservile State Papers #11.
  • Ronald Buchanan McCallum, Universities and the State – Unservile State Papers #12.
  • Nancy Seear, Policies for IncomesUnservile State Papers #13 (1967).
  • George Watson, Is Socialism Left?Unservile State Papers #14.
  • Anthony Paice, A Defence for BritainUnservile State Papers #15 (1968).
  • Donald Wade and John Macdonald, Law and Order – Unservile State Papers #16.
  • Michael Meadowcroft, Success in Local GovernmentUnservile State Papers #17 (1971).
  • Desmond Banks, Jam Today: A Plan for PensionsUnservile State Papers #18 (1972).
  • John Hibbs, People and Transport – Unservile State Papers #19 (1973).
  • Richard Moore and Christine Morgan, The Liberals in EuropeUnservile State Papers #20 (1974).
  • Maurice Cranston, The Right to PrivacyUnservile State Papers #21 (1975).
  • Jo Grimond, The Bureaucratic Blight – Unservile State Papers #22 (1977).
  • Katharine Whitehorn, Whose News? – Unservile State Papers #23 (1978).
  • William Wallace, The Illusion of Sovereignty – Unservile State Papers #24 (1979).
  • Ralf Dahrendorf, After Social DemocracyUnservile State Papers #25 (1980).
  • Samuel Brittan and Barry Riley, A People’s Stake in North Sea Oil – Unservile State Papers #26 (1980).
  • Aubrey Jones, The Reform of Pay Determination – Unservile State Papers #27 (1980).
  • David Marquand, The Case for CoalitionUnservile State Papers #28 (1981).
  • Christopher Mayhew, Liberals, Social-Democrats and DefenceUnservile State Papers #29 (1981).
  • Sir Henry Phelps Brown, Incomes Policy: A Modest Proposal – Unservile State Papers #30 (1981).
  • George Watson, Nationalization, the End of an Illusion?Unservile State Papers #31 (1984).
  • Christopher Mayhew, Liberals, Social-Democrats and DefenceUnservile State Papers #32 (1984).
  • Peter Pulzer, The Slow Death of Labour?Unservile State Papers #32(a) (1985).
  • David Steel, Sharing Profits: The Partnership Path to Economic Recovery – Unservile State Papers #33 (1986).
  • Baroness Nancy Seear, Education: A Quantum Leap? - Unservile State Papers #34 (1988).
  • Conrad Russell, The Liberal Cause: The Three-Century-Long Tradition of the Liberal DemocratsUnservile State Papers #35 (1990).
  • George Watson, The Toppling of the Terms: Thoughts on the Death of SocialismUnservile State Papers #36 (1990).