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Liberal Democrat MEPs react to Cameron’s EU speech

Liberal Democrat MEPs have been responding to David Cameron’s speech promising an in/out referendum on Europe once he has renegotiated the terms of the UK’s membership. This is, of course, incumbent on the Conservatives winning a majority at the next election. That sounds like a pretty powerful motivator to Liberal Democrat activists to ensure the Tory leader does not have control of the Commons.

I will update this post during the day with further comments. First off the marks were Sir Graham Watson and Sarah Ludford.

I was quite surprised to see the words “looks good, sounds good” in Sir Graham Watson’s …

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  • User AvatarStuart 3rd Sep - 7:14am
    @Jonathan Brown You're completely missing the point. Even the numbers who have made it to Europe so far are a tiny proportion of the total...
  • User AvatarPaul In Wokingham 3rd Sep - 6:53am
    This sounds very interesting. Will the text be online after the event? In a similar vein, St. Mary Le Bow Church in The City of...
  • User AvatarAndrewMcC 3rd Sep - 1:04am
    Phyllis, Tim wrote a letter to Cameron on 1st August saying we should join an EU quota system: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/calais-migrant-crisis-we-should-pull-our-weight-to-deal-with-this-crisis-tim-farron-tells-pm-10432855.html It looks like the figure of...
  • User AvatarJonathan Brown 3rd Sep - 12:57am
    @Stuart - I'm getting really tired about people pontificating about Lib Dems when they're not paying attention to what we're doing or saying. Tim Farron...
  • User AvatarAndrewMcC 3rd Sep - 12:40am
    Carl, OK, just one question: 1) I kill someone illegally (wholly wholly wholly wrong according to Paddy Ashdown) 2) I say something is a tragedy...
  • User AvatarWill 3rd Sep - 12:30am
    When the Lib Dems where in coalition government with the Tories can somebody let me know how many refugees were accepted into the UK for...