LDVideo: Danny Alexander on the Coalition’s economic record

Lib Dem chief secretary to the treasury Danny Alexander was grilled by BBC Newsnight’s Jeremy Paxman on Wednesday night about the UK’s negative growth figures — here’s what Danny had to say about the Coalition’s economic strategy:


(Available on the BBC website here.)

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3 Comments

  • Possibly the direst performance I have seen in a long time.

    Makes Miliband look good. :-(

  • Stephen Donnelly 26th Jan '12 - 10:49pm

    I thought he did well, solid, honest arguments, and the right policies.

  • ‘It ain’t what you say but the way that you say it.’

    Even that ‘still’ shows everything wrong with the performance.

    Thankfully, relatively few people watch Newsnight.

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