Ask the Chancellors: your LDV reader

Did you watch Ask the Chancellors last night, with the Lib Dems’ Vince Cable centre stage?

If you didn’t … then you can watch it in full via the Channel 4 website, or some of Vince’s best bits via Lib Dem Voice’s YouTube channel.

If you did … then we’ve assembled all the Lib Dem blogosphere reaction in one handy-to-skim-and-click post so that you can catch up with all the post-match analysis.

First up, here are the live-blogs:

And now here’s the analysis from Lib Dem blogs:

* if I’ve accidentally missed you, apologies and please leave your blog-link in the comments thread.

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