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About us

Liberal Conspiracy is a politics magazine and discussion site. It works in the form of a blog with multiple authors and several sections. Our aim is to re-invigorate the liberal-left in Britain through:

1. Having an intelligent conversation about liberal-left ideas and values
2. Campaigning for liberal-left policies and causes
3. Helping people get organised

We can no longer depend solely on political parties, trade unions or fragmented single-issue lobby groups to drive liberal-left values. The internet offers new tools to organise ourselves. We want to strengthen democratic liberal-left organisations, local and national, so this movement can be sustained over the long term. We want to be that online hub of information and collaboration.
More at the FAQ.

Contributors

(fuller biogs for each are found on their posts)

Sunny Hundal is editor of Liberal Conspiracy
Also at: Guardian CIF / Pickled Politics / Twitter
sunnyh*at*liberalconspiracy*dot*org

Aaron Murin-Heath is a writer based in both Tallinn and Newark-on-Trent.
Also at: tygerland.net / Twitter
aaronh*at*liberalconspiracy*dot*org

Adam Bienkov is a blogger, journalist and freelance writer living and working in South London.
Also at: Tory Troll / Guardian CIF / AdamBienkov

Alan Thomas is a blogger.
Also at: Shiraz Socialist

Cath Elliott is a feminist and a trade union activist.
Also at: Guardian CIF / Twitter

Chris Dillow is blogger and author of The End of Politics
Also at: Stumbling and Mumbling

Conor Foley is a humanitarian aid worker and writer.
Also at: Guardian CIF

Don Paskini is a Labour party member and works in local government
Also at: Don Paskini

Dave Hill is a novelist, blogger and journalist
Also at: Dave Hill blog / Guardian CIF / Twitter

Dave Osler is a journalist and blogger.
Also at: Dave Osler

David Semple is a student, currently studying for a PGCE at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Also at: Though Cowards Flinch

Douglas Johnson is a member of the Greens and editor of Scribo Ergo Sum.

Donald S is travel journalist, editor, author and copywriter and co-founder of The Sharpener.
Also at: hackneye, donaldstrachan.com

Jamie K is a blogger.
Also at: Blood & Treasure

Jess McCabe is the editor of the feminist site The F Word
Also at: The F Word, Twitter

John Band is a blogger.
Also at: Banditry / Twitter

Kate Belgrave was a columnist at the New Zealand Herald and is now a web editor in London.
Also at: Hangbitch.com

Laurie Penny is a feminist writer and blogger.
Also at: Penny Red / Twitter

Lee Griffin is a web developer from Cornwall now residing in Bristol.
Also at: program your own mind.

Mat Bowles is a blogger
Also at: MatGB / Twitter

Mike Killingworth is a community activist.

Neil Robertson is works for an engineering consultancy and writes from a liberal-left perspective about social issues.
Also at: Bleeding Heart Show / Twitter

Padraig Reidy is news editor of Index on Censorship.
Also at: Guardian CIF, Index on comment

Paul Hilder co-founded openDemocracy in 2000 and more recently Avaaz.org.
Also at: Avaaz

Paul Linford is a digital publishing manager and former Parliamentary Lobby journalist.
Also at: Paul Linford blog

Robert Sharp is a blogger, and a co-director of digital design company Fifty Nine Productions
Also at his eponymous blog / Twitter

Septicisle is a blogger at Obsolete.

Simon Barrow is a writer, commentator, theologian and co-director of Ekklesia
Also at: Faith in society / Twitter

Stroppybird is a Labour party and union member.
Also at Stroppyblog

Sunder Katwala is general-secretary of the Fabian Society think-tank
Also at: Next Left / Twitter

Unity uses a pseudonym. He is a member of the Labour party.
Also at: Ministry of Truth

Liberal Conspiracy is the UK's most popular left-of-centre politics blog. We focus on news, opinion and campaigning.
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