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In other news… electoral reform, bribery, sexy IT and paperwork problems

Will Straw has rightly taken the Conservative Party’s Baroness Warsi to task for not only trying to whip up fake scares about AV benefiting the BNP (who are actually against AV) but also for claiming that AV may make politicians try to appeal to the supporters of extremist parties when in fact her very own election literature did just that.

Ken Clarke is pushing on with implementing the Bribery Act – despite claims from Labour earlier in the year that the government could be about to delay implementing the Act indefinitely.

A Whitehall IT chief has admitted that, “Labour …

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  • User AvatarSimon Shaw 1st Mar - 2:59pm
    @Stuart "Constantly quoting somebody in the context of defending a system which he has said clearly he does not support, is misrepresentation pure and simple."...
  • User AvatarRoland 1st Mar - 2:57pm
    "I find the messy, piecemeal nature of thes reforms attractive, local solutions to local needs." - Someone perhaps who has the LibDem party organisation diagram...
  • User Avatarstuart moran 1st Mar - 2:56pm
    Simon Shaw I think you have no idea what you are talking about..... Please read and try to understand Can I ask did you go...
  • User AvatarSue S 1st Mar - 2:54pm
    I am a Lib Dem member and I used to be a Councillor and Chair of Housing but am unable to be active any more...
  • User AvatarSimon Shaw 1st Mar - 2:53pm
    @Stuart "Your argument is logically incoherent and flies in the face of everything you said in the other thread two weeks ago. If your desire...
  • User AvatarSimon Shaw 1st Mar - 2:43pm
    @stuart moran The thing is this is less important to those of us who believe the whole tuition fees story is wrong from the start...
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