LDVideo Special: Lib Dem Birmingham spring conference

Welcome to the latest instalment of LDVideo, where we highlight some of the best, most interesting political videos avalable on the internet. Today we focus on the Lib Dem spring conference in Birmingham, which has concluded today …

Nick Clegg states, “I am not the kingmaker”:

Vince sets out how the Lib Dems will cut public spending – but not this year:

Nick Clegg emphasises need to be honest with public about spending cuts, and only cut when the economy is strong enough:

Vince Cable says spending cuts must not “be forced through too soon”:

Nick Clegg tells the Lib Dems’ spring conference, “This election is still wide open”:

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  • Tony Blair called. He wants his thumbs back.

  • Andrew Tennant 15th Mar '10 - 5:54pm

    That third video, the interview with Channel 4 news, is painful to watch.

    Kristian seems unable to comprehend that we would stand on our principles rather than abandoning them or that governments should face any kinds of checks on their behaviour or opposition. Similarly, Nick seems unwilling to engage with any kind of hypothetical.

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