Lib Dem


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Lib Dem

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) Liberal Democrat
Translations

Lib Dem

[ˌlɪbˈdɛm] nlibéral(e)-démocrate m/f
the Lib Dems → les libéraux-démocrates

Lib Dem

(Brit Pol) abbr of Liberal Democrat
nLiberaldemokrat(in) m(f)
adjliberaldemokratisch; gain, loss, policyder Liberaldemokraten
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Coun Forbes said early canvassing has already shown that those who voted Lib Dem in 2010 will be switching back to Labour.
And she was backed by Ed Davey, the Lib Dem energy secretary.
It is understood Mr Bradley Senior, who was a member of former city leader Trevor Jones' inner Liberal circle but became a Lib Dem when the breakaway party formed in 1988, is a bitter political enemy of current Lib Dem leader Cllr Richard Kemp and former city boss Lord Mike Storey.
AVON Peter Barnes (Lib Dem) 1133 Mike Brain (Con) 1113 Barry Doherty (Lab) 202 Nicole Varga (Green) 194 Con gain from Lib Dem BISHOP'S TACHBROOK Moh Ahson (Lib Dem) 76 John Barrott (Lab) 477 Les Caborn (Con) 1104 Nicola Stevenson (Green) 199 Con hold BROWNSOVER ?
Lord Ashcroft's research, published today, is based on a poll of over 20,000 voters as well as focus groups among Lib Dem voters, those who would consider voting for the party, and people who voted Lib Dem in 2010 but have "defected" to another party.
The outcome is that significant numbers of former Lib Dem voters who want to engage in British politics but are desperately searching for an alternative switch to Ukip.
Lib Dem member: Before the election Mr Roddick tweeted: "I'"I'm a member of the Lib Dems.
But the apology from Lib Dem leader and Deputy PM Mr Clegg over tuition fees was an attempt to "move on" and stake out the Lib Dems' future.
In the former Lib Dem stronghold of Liverpool the Lib Dems are not even standing candidates in Central , Princes Park , Belle Vale and Everton Wards In the West Midlands former Lib Dem councillors of long standing are now fielding as Liberal Party candidates As the Lib Dems abandon their polices to be merely a prop for the Tory Party then both their voters and party workers are deserting in droves.
Mr Clegg has put these forward, along with high-profile Lib Dem Shirley Williams, apparently without consulting the Tories.
7 million who voted Lib Dem at last year's General Election, two million now back Labour.
Mr Clegg would be lined up as Home Secretary, Lib Dem finance chief Vince Cable would be No2 at the Treasury and Chris Huhne would get the Transport job.