Iain Dale to quiz party president candidates TONIGHT on LBC

Christine Jardine and Mark Pack will face broadcaster Iain Dale on LBC in just over half an hour’s time.

Listen live here.

This is the start of a gruelling weekend of hustings for the pair with six events between now and Sunday. See here for full details.

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  • The fact this interview is taking place at all speaks volumes of Lib Dem progress in London. A very encouraging sign.

  • Richard Underhill 23rd Oct '19 - 7:59pm

    Tory candidate, defeated by Norman Lamb. Still has Tory opinions. Amateur Psephologist.

  • nigel hunter 24th Oct '19 - 1:50am

    I will be glad when the President is in place.It is waisting time, energy, resources and money when we should be campaigning against all that the Johnson Govnt stands for. If a way can be found for members to vote quicker that is fine by me.

  • lloyd harris 24th Oct '19 - 7:13pm

    starts 50 minutes in if you listen on catch up

  • Why Iain Dale? Are there no other rapporteurs beyond those who blogged for years against liberalism and stood against the party?

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