Christine Jardine on Question Time tonight…how you can join in the fun and spread the Lib Dem message

We have a Lib Dem MP on Question Time tonight!

Christine Jardine is heading to Elgin, a city about 40 miles south east of Inverness. It’s in the heart of the Moray constituency. Typically, the BBC, finds the most Brexity place in Scotland to go to. Remain squeaked home with 50.1% of the vote. Every constituency in Scotland voted to Remain, most of them by a much larger margin.

There are several ways you can help cheer Christine on tonight:

Using the hashtags #StopBrexit #BBCQT, retweet posts from @cajardineMP, @caronmlindsay and @LibDems;

Encourage everyone you know, whether you like them or not, to pledge their vote to the Liberal Democrats in the European elections here

Encourage people to join the Liberal Democrats – thousands have done so since the local elections two weeks ago.

* Caron Lindsay is Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

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  • Jayne Mansfield 16th May '19 - 9:40pm

    All sail ahead for a Johnson/ Farage government.

  • Good luck Christine. I’m sure you’ll do us proud. This next week is such an important one for our party. We have a terrific opportunity that we’ve been waiting on for 9 years. But we need to keep up the pressure, and in fact intensify it.
    So I was thinking today about LDV. There must be a huge number of ‘lurkers’ who read this site. i.e. members/supporters who are very committed to the party but don’t post anything, and probably don’t do any campaigning. I want to say to those people: Pleeease make this the time that you go out and deliver a few leaflets, help at a street-stall, or join a door-knocking team. I know you think the idea of campaigning is daunting, but actually when you do it, it’s good fun and you feel great afterwards. Just by turning up as a new campaigner you will give your local activists a real boost – they’ll be delighted to see you and will show you the ropes. If anyone doesn’t know who or how to contact their nearest campaign team, say so here and someone will point you in the right direction. But really, don’t sit this one out. Every vote will matter and you can make a real difference.

  • Richard Underhill 17th May '19 - 5:49pm

    Christine Jardine performed well on Question Time, correcting the Tory who claimed some achievements as Tory, only to be told that these were Coalition policies which the Tories have unwound and abandoned since 2015.
    Fiona Bruce interrupts too much, which she does not do on Antiques Roadshow or on Fake or Fortune. Maybe because she has been briefed she thinks she is expert.
    She is not on the panel, she is in the chair.
    One frustrated member of the audience said that there are (lots?) of people in Scotland who support Independence but do not support the SNP. Scottish Greens perhaps?
    Personally I think we are better together. Charles Kennedy was right to continue supporting regional government in England after New Labour failed a referendum in the Northeast and withdrew one in the Northwest. Greater London is the only one, but not comparable, which is what is needed.

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