1586: Sir Thomas Harriot introduces potatoes to Europe 1794: French Revolutionary leader Maximilien Robespierre and 22 other leaders of "the Terror" are guillotined 1858: The first ever aerial photo is taken (from a balloon) by French photographer Nadar 1900: The hamburger is created by Louis Lassing, in Connecticut 1933: The first singing telegram is delivered in New York 1938: The Cunard-White Star liner, Mauretania, is launched at Birkenhead 1954: On the Waterfront, starring Marlon Brando, is released 1959: The UK starts using postal codes 1988: Paddy Ashdown, right, is elected the first leader of the new Social and Liberal Democrat Party
, later the Lib Dems 2008: Weston-super-Mare's Grand Pier burns down for the second time in 80 years
I would hope as a collective, let's call us a collective, somewhere in the middle with other like-minded colleagues I don't think it's sensible to be too prescriptive at the moment." Ms Allen said to be a "real insurgent force", the alliance needs to be "brand new" rather than a larger Liberal Democrat Party
Once your Liberal Democrat Party
threw in its lot with the Tories in order to get a heady sniff of power, then you cannot now simply disown the consequences of this unholy alliance, which has heaped misery on many in society - particularly the most vulnerable.
The statistics were compiled by the Liberal Democrat Party
through Freedom of Information responses from 11 Ambulance Trusts across the UK.
"You don't have to be average to get a peerage in the Liberal Democrat party
. You can be worse" - Former Lib Dem MP Lembit Opik.
And the Tory MP has some high-pro'le backers for his campaign, including former Labour Defence Secretary Bob Ainsworth, a Coventry MP; former Labour Minister Gisela Stuart, MP for Edgbaston in Birmingham; former Liberal Democrat party
leader Sir Menzies Campbell, and many MPs from the DUP, the largest party in Northern Ireland.
The British Bankers Association (BBA) has come out against a new tax proposal by the Liberal Democrat party
While leader of the council Mick Henry said the decision to raise it had been tough yet the best option to ensure services continue, leader of the opposition Liberal Democrat party
Councillor Frank Hindle said they should have accepted the [pounds sterling]900,000 grant offer from the Government.
The Liberal Democrat party
is composed of three federal parties: Wales, Scotland and England and functions through regional structures.
Both Dr Cable and Tim Farron, the Liberal Democrat party
president and another possible leadership contender, have said they do not want a contest.
"I would also stand up for the Liberal Democrat Party
's core values of fairness and economic responsibility, which the Conservatives and Labour are incapable of delivering on their own.