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* Stephen was Editor (and Co-Editor) of Liberal Democrat Voice from May 2007 to Jan 2015, and writes at The Collected Stephen Tall.

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  • User AvatarCaron Lindsay 3rd May - 11:58pm
    Oh, Moggy, and huge amounts of garlic, too. And you probably have to click your heels a four figure number of times.
  • User AvatarCaron Lindsay 3rd May - 11:56pm
    Only if there is treaty change. Not just because. Actually, we do have the opportunity, if there has to be a referendum, to influence it...
  • User AvatarMr Wallace 3rd May - 11:54pm
    Caron? I thought Nick favoured an in/out referendum and that this was always lib den policy?
  • User AvatarMoggy 3rd May - 11:53pm
    In Rochester the realistic tactical voting choice to get rid of UKIP is voting tory. So very large nose peg required.
  • User AvatarRyan McAlister 3rd May - 11:53pm
    Geoffrey, that is nonsense about Jeremy. Complete and utter fabrication, insofar as his reasons for standing down go.
  • User AvatarMoggy 3rd May - 11:49pm
    Isn't the point that this allegation was made at the constituency hustings days before, and corrected there, but still the leaflets were printed and distributed,...