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- Dan 27th Jan - 2:15pm
Fine but we can both agree that when Cleggs says "We, the Liberal Democrats, will cut less than the Conservatives" he is right.
- Colin 27th Jan - 2:13pm
"The “debt” still exists but has no effect on government finances in the present. It effectively represents a promise to the financial markets of future...
- MartinB 27th Jan - 2:09pm
Good grief Dan, don't be so naive ! Clegg has just this second been on Sky News saying: "We, the Liberal Democrats, will cut less...
- Colin 27th Jan - 1:54pm
@Tony Greaves, "The problem is that people think it’s normal for the political centre-ground to be somewhere to the right of Margaret Thatcher, which is...
- David Allen 27th Jan - 1:48pm
John Tilley: Well, I'm another sad Old Lib Dem. The question is what has been achieved over the past ten years by arguing against Marshall-Laws-Clegg,...
- Eddie Sammon 27th Jan - 1:48pm
Not only have Syriza already gone into coalition with a right wing party, but they've harmed Greece's pensions and increased its borrowing costs too. http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/01/26/uk-markets-greece-idUKKBN0KZ0VV20150126?type=GCA-ForeignExchange...