Nick Clegg’s New Year’s resolutions 2013

Here is Nick’s New Year message:

You can read the full text at the party’s website here, including his resolutions for 2013:

So I want you to hear it from me, on behalf of the Liberal Democrats, that this Coalition Government is not going to lurch one way or the next.
We will stay the course on the deficit.
We will cut income tax bills and help with childcare bills.
We will invest in boosting jobs and we’ll reform welfare to get people into work.
A stronger economy. A fairer society. Where everyone can get on.
That’s what we’re about. That’s what I want 2013 to be about.
And, however you usher it in, I hope you have a fantastic time…
Happy New Year.

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