Tory manifesto “a blueprint for fake change” say Lib Dems

My LDV Co-Editor Mark Pack has just posted up the party’s official response to today’s launch of the Tory manifesto. If that doesn’t sate you, then here’s Nick’s verdict courtesy the BBC …

Clegg: ‘You can’t trust the Tories’ – Nick Clegg has said the Conservatives cannot be trusted, after the Tory party launched its election manifesto ”to change Britain for the better”.

… and here’s the party’s full, detailed briefing document:

Fake Change: the Lib Dem response to the Tory manifesto

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One Comment

  • Tony Browne 1st May '10 - 3:15pm

    “Fake Change” indeed.

    The name of the party Mr. Cameron leads kind of gives the game away dosen’t it?.

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