We chop off hair... they chop off hands.
Today we salute Charles and wish him well and look forward to him returning to the front line.
No party is entirely subject to what happens to any one individual. The party is much bigger than that.
The existing law is quite adequate to the problem.
The law on glorification may well have unwelcome implications for freedom of speech, but it will do nothing to improve public safety.
I'm going to show that the Liberal Democrats are the party of ideas and innovation in Britain.
Look at every department of state and I will show you bureaucracy and regulation, an ever-greater threat to enterprise, diversity and freedom.
His admission in Australia has only added to the current uncertainty and sense of drift.
If the government hoped that the Butler inquiry was going to be no re-run of Hutton, I think it's pretty clear that Dr. Jones and others of similar view are going to prevent that happening.
Under my leadership the Liberal Democrats would not be making polite interjections from the sidelines, we would be hammering on the doors of power.
It has become clear that following the prime minister's decision not to hold an election, questions about leadership are getting in the way of further progress by the party. Accordingly I now submit my resignation as leader with immediate effect.
My priorities? The environment, the environment, the environment.
It can fairly be said of John Smith that he had all the virtues of a Scottish presbyterian, but none of the vices.