Tim Farron was wrong to believe the personal was not political

LAST week, as Theresa May dithered and swithered about whether she had a deal or no deal with the DUP, I had a pang of nostalgia for the comparatively simple days of 2010, when Nick Clegg’s gung-ho Liberal Democrats hopped swiftly into bed with the Tories. The accepted narrative about that coupling is that CalamityContinue reading “Tim Farron was wrong to believe the personal was not political”