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At my first ever Liberal Democrat conference in 2005 the biggest controversy was a policy pledge to replace antisocial behaviour orders (ASBOs) with acceptable behaviour contracts (ABCs). Acronym substitution was precisely the kind of reasonable, technical, procedural proposal that Lib Dems did best. While Conservatives sipped champagne and Labour factions quarrelled, Charles Kennedy’s party indulged in hours of discussion about whether to take a separate vote on line 43 of a policy motion on the future of local government finance. 

But Brexit has made radicals of us all. On the Right, the Conservatives have stopped listening to big business. On the Left, Jeremy Corbyn has abandoned a lifetime...

At my first ever Liberal Democrat conference in 2005 the biggest controversy was a policy pledge to replace antisocial behaviour orders (ASBOs) with acceptable behaviour contracts (ABCs). Acronym substitution was precisely the kind of reasonable, technical, procedural proposal that Lib Dems did best. While Conservatives sipped champagne and Labour factions quarrelled, Charles Kennedy’s party indulged in hours of discussion about whether to take a separate vote on line 43 of a policy motion on the future of local government finance. 

But Brexit has made radicals of us all. On the Right, the Conservatives have stopped listening to big business. On the Left, Jeremy Corbyn has abandoned a lifetime...

At my first ever Liberal Democrat conference in 2005 the biggest controversy was a policy pledge to replace antisocial behaviour orders (ASBOs) with acceptable behaviour contracts (ABCs). Acronym substitution was precisely the kind of reasonable, technical, procedural proposal that Lib Dems did best. While Conservatives sipped champagne and Labour factions quarrelled, Charles Kennedy’s party indulged in hours of discussion about whether to take a separate vote on line 43 of a policy motion on the future of local government finance. 

But Brexit has made radicals of us all. On the Right, the Conservatives have stopped listening to big business. On the Left, Jeremy Corbyn has abandoned a lifetime...

At my first ever Liberal Democrat conference in 2005 the biggest controversy was a policy pledge to replace antisocial behaviour orders (ASBOs) with acceptable behaviour contracts (ABCs). Acronym substitution was precisely the kind of reasonable, technical, procedural proposal that Lib Dems did best. While Conservatives sipped champagne and Labour factions quarrelled, Charles Kennedy’s party indulged in hours of discussion about whether to take a separate vote on line 43 of a policy motion on the future of local government finance. 

But Brexit has made radicals of us all. On the Right, the Conservatives have stopped listening to big business. On the Left, Jeremy Corbyn has abandoned a lifetime...