Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (2024)

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‘Christmas stink’: UK’s traditional festive swims face rising tide of sewage Risk from Storm Babet hard to predict as rain came from east, claims Thérèse Coffey Politics live with Andrew Sparrow HS2 may end up as ‘total waste of money’, warns IFS thinktank – as it happened Lib Dems would double shared parental pay and increase leave Politics live with Andrew Sparrow Rishi Sunak took helicopter to housebuilding visit where he defended government’s ‘green credentials’ – as it happened England’s top beaches faced 8,500 hours of sewage dumping last year, study says The Guardian view on rivers: delaying pollution controls will only lead to harm New Cumbria coalmine ‘like opening a Betamax factory’, says Tim Farron ‘I admire her’: UK politicians on whether they would party like Sanna Marin Inquiry after Avanti passengers have to scale 2-metre spiked fence to leave station Lake District braces for the return of overnight visitors Dismay at NHS England plan to slow north-west's Covid vaccine supply Jenrick criticised over decision not to block new Cumbria coal mine Stay away from Lake District despite easing of lockdown, police say Key Lib Dems warned party not to back December election Government under fire for approval of new coalmine in Cumbria Defra ordered urgent study on no-deal food supplies in August Today in Focus Has Brexit saved the Lib Dems? The Guardian view on the Lib Dem leadership contest: it’s not just about Brexit Vince Cable quit, David Steel was suspended – but has anyone noticed the Lib Dem implosion? References
  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (1)

    ‘Christmas stink’: UK’s traditional festive swims face rising tide of sewage

    Lib Dem analysis finds 4,574 hours of sewage has been spilled in festive swimming spots in the last year

    ‘Christmas stink’: UK’s traditional festive swims face rising tide of sewage

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (2)

    Risk from Storm Babet hard to predict as rain came from east, claims Thérèse Coffey

    Environment secretary ‘hits new low’ with remarks on storm that left hundreds homeless with at least seven people thought to have died

    Risk from Storm Babet hard to predict as rain came from east, claims Thérèse Coffey

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (3)

    Politics live with Andrew Sparrow HS2 may end up as ‘total waste of money’, warns IFS thinktank – as it happened

    HS2 may end up as ‘total waste of money’, warns IFS thinktank – as it happened

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (4)

    Lib Dems would double shared parental pay and increase leave

    Lib Dems would double shared parental pay and increase leave

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (6)

    England’s top beaches faced 8,500 hours of sewage dumping last year, study says

    Brighton beach among worst-hit, Lib Dem analysis shows, as pressure on environment secretary grows

    England’s top beaches faced 8,500 hours of sewage dumping last year, study says

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (7)

    The Guardian view on rivers: delaying pollution controls will only lead to harm

    Editorial: Allowing farmers to continue dumping slurry is short-sighted. If ministers want nature to recover, they must regulate

    The Guardian view on rivers: delaying pollution controls will only lead to harm

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (8)

    New Cumbria coalmine ‘like opening a Betamax factory’, says Tim Farron

    Cumbrian Lib Dem MP condemns decision to give green light to Britain’s first new coalmine in 30 years

    New Cumbria coalmine ‘like opening a Betamax factory’, says Tim Farron

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (9)

    ‘I admire her’: UK politicians on whether they would party like Sanna Marin

    Finnish PM’s dancing video shows how politicians are expected to moderate their behaviour – but have right to a private life

    ‘I admire her’: UK politicians on whether they would party like Sanna Marin

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (10)

    Inquiry after Avanti passengers have to scale 2-metre spiked fence to leave station

    People locked in at Lake District stop after 100 minute-delay on one of UK’s worst performing rail services

    Inquiry after Avanti passengers have to scale 2-metre spiked fence to leave station

  • Lake District braces for the return of overnight visitors

    Lockdowns cost Cumbria £2bn in tourism revenue last year, but trepidation surrounds what is set to be ‘busiest summer ever’

    Lake District braces for the return of overnight visitors

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (12)

    Dismay at NHS England plan to slow north-west's Covid vaccine supply

    Leaders in region say plan to cut supply by a third next month is ‘utterly inexcusable’

    Dismay at NHS England plan to slow north-west's Covid vaccine supply

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (13)

    Jenrick criticised over decision not to block new Cumbria coal mine

    Environmental campaigners say failure to call in West Cumbria Mining planning application ‘jaw-dropping’

    Jenrick criticised over decision not to block new Cumbria coal mine

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (14)

    Stay away from Lake District despite easing of lockdown, police say

    Public urged to ‘take long hard look at your conscience’ after PM relaxes travel rules in England

    Stay away from Lake District despite easing of lockdown, police say

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (15)

    Key Lib Dems warned party not to back December election

    Former party leaders Vince Cable and Tim Farron among those who raised fears about breaking opposition ranks

    Key Lib Dems warned party not to back December election

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (16)

    Government under fire for approval of new coalmine in Cumbria

    Decision coincides with net-zero emissions review and is branded ‘backwards step’

    Government under fire for approval of new coalmine in Cumbria

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (17)

    Defra ordered urgent study on no-deal food supplies in August

    Lib Dems say disclosure contradicts ministers’ assurances about food security

    Defra ordered urgent study on no-deal food supplies in August

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (18)

    Today in Focus Has Brexit saved the Lib Dems?

    The Lib Dems have made an extraordinary comeback in 2019 because of their anti-Brexit stance. Toby Helm discusses whether they are here to stay. And: Oliver Wainwright on the inclusion of social housing in this year’s Stirling prize

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    Has Brexit saved the Lib Dems?

  • Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (19)

    The Guardian view on the Lib Dem leadership contest: it’s not just about Brexit

    Editorial: Ed Davey and Jo Swinson are fighting a more polite leadership contest than the Conservatives. But they need to talk about vision too

    The Guardian view on the Lib Dem leadership contest: it’s not just about Brexit

  • Vince Cable quit, David Steel was suspended – but has anyone noticed the Lib Dem implosion?

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    Nick Clegg sells his soul to Facebook, and the Cyril Smith revelations have been shocking … something quite astonishing has happened to the Lib Dems over the years

    Tim Farron | Politics | The Guardian (20)

    Vince Cable quit, David Steel was suspended – but has anyone noticed the Lib Dem implosion?

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