PODCAST: AV referendum debate at Gladstone Club

On Monday 4th April, in the run-up to the AV referendum, the Gladstone Club hosted a debate in the National Liberal Club on electoral reform which featured Lib Dem Voice’s co-editor Mark Pack and the Chairman of the Edmund Burke society, Ian Alston. Both took a look at the lessons which can be learnt from history by those deciding how to vote in the referendum.

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  • Peter.Ringwood 14th Apr '11 - 12:31pm

    An evening I was not enthusiastic about beforehand turned out to be thoroughly enjoyable. The subject matter held no particular interest as I opine it is an exercise in expensive futility. However, the contributors did an excellent job.

  • Richard Snowdon 19th Apr '11 - 4:52pm

    Tim Longman:

    The following URL seems to have worked for me:
    http://www.libdemvoice.org/category/podcasts/feed

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