Mike Thornton in favour of equal marriage

Lib Dem candidate for Eastleigh Mike Thornton responded yesterday to the question of whether he supports equal marriage.

@Beauchamp74 asked Mike, and the Tory and UKIP candidates, for their position:

Mike replied in favour, which gets @Beauchamp74′s vote:

Read more by or more about , or .
This entry was posted in News and Parliamentary by-elections.
Bookmark the web address for this page or use the short url http://ldv.org.uk/33191 for Twitter and emails.

5 Comments

  • I hate to say this (as personally like the author of the original tweet I would not vote for any candidate who was against equal marriage) but this looks a bit contrived.

    It possibly isn’t, but the timing of the three tweets makes this look like a stunt. You would assume that if this is the key issue for Thomas he would give more than 11 minutes for other candidates to answer before deciding who to lend his vote to.

  • Probably fair to say that if equal marriage is a key issue for you the Tory and Ukip candidates are starting off with a bit of disadvantage

  • Has someone pointed the Eastleigh voter who asked about this on the other thread towards the answer?

Post a Comment

Lib Dem Voice welcomes comments from everyone but we ask you to be polite, to be on topic and to be who you say you are. You can read our comments policy in full here. Please respect it and all readers of the site.

If you are a member of the party, you can have the Lib Dem Logo appear next to your comments to show this. You must be registered for our forum and can then login on this public site with the same username and password.

Your email is never published. Required fields are marked *

*
*
Please complete the name of this site, Liberal Democrat ...?




Recent Comments

  • User AvatarCharlie 28th Aug - 1:13am
    Something like 70% of the Trades Unions were un and semi-skilled and were only ever going to vote Labour. Many craftsmen and especially the self...
  • User AvatarSimon 28th Aug - 1:06am
    Sometimes I think we take the preamble as gospel, rather than actually read the canon of liberal thought which constitutes liberalism. The small, essentially-contested verbiage...
  • User AvatarDavid-1 28th Aug - 12:32am
    Almost every time the Tories have been part of a coalition government they have devoured their coalition partners, . The one exception has been the...
  • User AvatarDavid-1 28th Aug - 12:28am
    There should be no question about whether or not it is acceptable to call the Liberal Democrats a feminist party. The only question (unfortunately) is...
  • User AvatarRichard Dean 28th Aug - 12:25am
    I also don't like the implicit coercion. Is there another way, maybe for people to volunteer instead?
  • User AvatarRichard Dean 28th Aug - 12:22am
    @T-J. But if an independent Scottish currency will do well, why is Alex Salmond so insistent on currency union, so much so that he's willing...