In the 2015 election, the LibDems were reduced from 57 to 8 seats, then picked up one more in the Richmond Park by-election (Zac Goldsmith having taken a stand on Heathrow) in December 2016.
In the June 2017, they captured 12 seats:
they kept - Brake, Carmichael, Farrow, Lamb,
they lost - poor old Cleggy, Mulholland, Olney(elected December 2016), Pugh and Williams,
they gained - Cable, Davey, Hobhouse, Jardine, Lloyd, Moran, Stone and Swinson.
A few days later Mia Farrow (aka Tim Farron) resigned as leader and Vince Cable took over.
|Tom Brake||Carshalton and Wallington||2017 Brexit
2015 Foreign Affairs
|Alistair Carmichael||Orkney and Shetland||2017 Chief Whip, Northern Ireland
2015 Home Affairs and general windbaggery
|Edward Davey||Kingston and Surbiton||2017 Home Office|
|Mia Farrow (aka Tim Farron)||Westmorland and Lonsdale||2017 Sulking
2015 - June 2017 Leader and whinger in chief
|Wera Hobhouse||Bath||2017 Communities, Refugees|
|Christine Jardine||Edinburgh West||2017 Sh. Culture|
|Norman Lamb||North Norfolk||2017, 2015 Health|
|Stephen Lloyd||Eastbourne||2017 Work & Pensions|
|Layla Moran||Oxford West and Abingdon||2017 Education|
|Jamie Stone||Caithness||2017 Scotland|
|Jo Swinson||Dunbartonshire East||2017 Foreign Office|
June 2017 Departures
|Nick Clegg||Sheffield, Hallam||2015 International trade and Brexit Denial|
|Greg Mulholland||Leeds North West||surprisingly little|
|Sarah Olney||Richmond Park||not there long enough|
|John Pugh||Southport||2015 Education|
|Mark Williams||Ceredigion||2015 Wales|
Current details correct as at 15th September 2017.