The inside story of how the Lib Dem general election manifesto will be drawn up: coming soon

A brief trail for a meaty post being published this coming Tuesday: “The inside story of how the Lib Dem general election manifesto will be drawn up”.

Find out in 1,691 words the who, what and why of the party’s manifesto process, including why The Guardian couldn’t have been more wrong about Evan Harris, the key people who will matter, the divided opinions over what really happened before and at Bournemouth conference and how the manifesto may get split in two.

See you back here Tuesday, 12:20pm, servers permitting.

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  • Martin Land 18th Oct '09 - 7:21pm

    Fag packets at the ready, Mark!

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