The Lib Dem / Conservative coalition government agreement: new LDV members’ survey now live

The new LDV members’ survey is now live – and it focuses, unsurprisingly, on the coalition government agreement between the Lib Dems and Conservatives. If you are a registered member of the Liberal Democrat Voice forum – and any paid-up party member is welcome to join – then you now have the opportunity to make your views known ahead of Sunday’s conference. Questions we are asking your opinion on include:

– would you choose to back the deal;
– how effective you think our negotiating team has been;
– what your view of the outcome is; and
– whether you will be in Birmingham on Sunday for the special members’ conference.

It should take no longer than 5-10 minutes to fill in. All registered members of the Forum will today be e-mailed with a unique link to take you to the survey. It takes a few hours to email these out, so please bear with the system. If you haven’t received the email by 4 pm today, or if you are signing up to the Forum now, please drop Ryan Cullen a line at [email protected]

We’ll publish the results at the weekend. You can access the results from our previous LDV members surveys by clicking here.

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9 Comments

  • Sorry but I take issue with “The Lib Dem / Conservative coalition”

    The smaller party, in this case the Lib/Dems, should be relegated to coming after “Conservative”.

  • Stephen – exactly, if the PM calls it that then so be it. Getting more and more convinced that this was Cameron’s ideal end result, and rightly so. Lib Dem majority would have been nice but unrealistic…

  • No-one ever argues that we should have called it the “Lab-Lib” pact rather than “Lib-Lab”, do they?

  • David Blake 14th May '10 - 3:18pm

    And if the Lib Dems hadn’t said yes to it, it wouldn’t have existed.

  • Okay okay calm down chaps. I get the point. 🙂

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7Wm4qXC_j4

    Rumour has it that Pop Will Eat Itself have been approached to do a new version of Def Con One called Dem Con One.

    “Gimme Nick Clegg gimme Dave to go … “

  • Great to see we have a radical Liberal Government at long last. I’m looking forward most to warming myself at the bonfire of NuLabour’s surveillance police datastate laws.

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