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The Orange Book free pdf In this stimulating collection, the next generation of Liberal Democrat leaders, including MPs and MEPs David Laws, Edward Davey, Vince Cable, Steve Webb, Chris Huhne, Nick Clegg and Mark Oaten, proposes a vigorous future for the party and its policies. While the essays emphasise the need to base policies on traditional Liberal values and principles, they bring new and often provocative thinking to a wide range of issues. Topics include the rejection of 'nanny state' liberalism, a fairer tax system and promotion of social justice, the need to encourage and support stable and secure families, a tougher prisons regime and stronger local government - as well as proposals for global governance, healthcare choice and pension reform, better incentives for environmental protection, and a balanced approach to EU reform and integration. Up-to-the-minute, original, exciting and persuasively argued, the thinking in this book demonstrates the Liberal Democrats' vitality and social commitment, and gives a valuable insight into how the party will move in the future. With a foreword by Charles Kennedy, The Orange Book is published in association with the Liberal Democrats to coincide with the 2004 party conference..

About David Laws

David Anthony Laws PC is the British Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Yeovil, and the Minister of State for Schools and the Cabinet Office. Paul Marshall is chairman of Marshall Wace and of the management committee of CentreForum.

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Author : David Laws
Publisher : Profile Books Ltd
Data Published : 02 September 2004
ISBN : 1861977972
EAN : 9781861977977
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 320 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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