Lib Dem party president Tim Farron — who resigned from the Lib Dem front-bench in 2008 to vote in favour of a referendum on the Libson Treaty — explained today why he thinks it would be “completely mad” to hold a referendum while the UK is tryng to get out of the biggest recession in living memory. You can watch the 2-minute video here:
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- Denis Loretto 25th Sep - 11:34am
I could imagine few worse ways to decide party policy than a referendum on every issue across the entire party membership. While it is hard...
- Peter Watson 25th Sep - 11:25am
"since the 2015 General Election followed an economic policy we disagree with – failing to invest and take advantage of low interest rates" So George...
- Peter Watson 25th Sep - 11:09am
@malc "Those are not the words of a “good and decent man”." But were they the words of Corbyn? Perhaps you could provide a link...
- Stevan Rose 25th Sep - 11:02am
Whether it is 2,000 or 3,000 it's still a tiny tiny number and I read the rule change on voting in future and it still...
- Jayne Mansfield 25th Sep - 10:36am
@tonyhill, Isn't the answer to facing a seemingly impossible task, to help in making that task less impossible? I don't know whether Jeremy Corbyn is...
- malc 25th Sep - 10:13am
At the time of the Brighton bombing Corbyn was part of the editorial board of a left-wing magazine. As part of their coverage they wrote...
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