After the elections in May, the Leader tasked a group with reviewing the elections, assessing what worked and what didn't, and produce recommendations to improve our campaigning for the future.
On Monday, the Review Group presented our findings to the Leader and later to the Federal Executive. I am pleased to say that they endorsed both the report and its recommendations, and we will now set about putting them into practice well in advance of next year’s elections.
Liberal Democrats are breaking the taboo on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). Our goal is to end FGM within a generation.
Liberal Democrat International Development Minister Lynne Featherstone is working to end FGM in the UK and in other parts of the world, and to increase awareness of the issue.
Looking ahead to next week's Girl Summit, Lynne discusses progress in eliminating FGM.
Large companies will be legally required to publish the difference between what they pay men and women, under manifesto plans set out by Liberal Democrats today.
Liberal Democrats would make it a legal requirement for companies employing more than 250 people to publish the average pay of their male and female workers.
Today I published the Government’s first ever Energy Investment Report. It shows how Liberal Democrats in Government have delivered on jobs and investment in energy – particularly green energy - and shows the plan we now have for this to continue for decades to come.
The amount of electricity generated from renewable sources has doubled since 2010.
A report released by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) assesses the investment in UK energy and the progress being made.
Liberal Democrat Leader Nick Clegg has announced a £154 million investment in research projects to keep the UK as a world leader in aerospace innovation.
The investment will be used in four areas - which the UK excels in - wings, engines, aircraft structures and radio communications.