Join Jeremy Browne for a live webchat on Liberal Democrat finance plans

Jeremy Browne, Liberal Democrat Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, will be taking part in a live webchat on Wednesday 1st April at 1pm.


Jeremy is responsible for helping set the Liberal Democrats’ financial policies. Clare Francis, editor of, will be putting your questions to him in a live webchat at 1pm on Wednesday April 1.

As always, your questions really do set the agenda. So if you want to know what the Liberal Democrats would do to tackle to recession and ongoing financial crisis and how their policies would affect your finances submit your questions now and come back and watch when we go live.

To submit your questions, and to watch live on the day, follow this link.

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