Leadership Platform 1: Chris Huhne – I will lead a Liberal Revolution

Thanks to Stephen and the Lib Dem Voice editors for this chance to speak to members. The blogosphere has certainly been buzzing, and I’ve enjoyed reading a lot of posts and comments, as well as having the pleasure to meet Millennium Elephant and his friends last week.

I thought I’d use this first post to show you my manifesto launch, because its theme summed up my vision for our party. In the video below, you’ll see why I think we must be a party offering a revolution in politics not just a change of faces in the cabinet.

You can read my manifesto in full – and get e-mail updates – at my campaign website. Thanks for your time and I look forward to husting here on Lib Dem Voice in future weeks.

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