Leadership announcement tomorrow

The next Leader of the Liberal Democrats will be announced at 11.30am tomorrow, Thursday 27th August.

You can watch the announcement live on YouTube.

 

* Mary Reid is a contributing editor on Lib Dem Voice. She was a councillor in Kingston upon Thames, where she is still very active with the local party, and is the Hon President of Kingston Lib Dems.

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5 Comments

  • First thought.
    Who actually cares?
    Second thought
    It’s all been so uninspiring.
    Third thought
    Over to everybody else to maul my comments.

  • I am glad that we have finally reached the end. I intended to listen to many of the hustings but after a while they became a bit repetitive and dull. Not the fault of the candidates as they kept to their strong selling points. Whoever wins we must support them and re-focus our efforts for next year.

  • @theakes

    Well you care enough to read (admittedly a short) article and post on it!

  • Congratulations to Ed. As he said the real work starts now. Somehow he must distinguish himself from the leaders of the other political parties and make voting Liberal Democrat the cool thing to do.

  • marcstevens 27th Aug '20 - 2:20pm

    Yes like his ideas on privatising public services, nothing cool about that except if you’re an orange booker to the right of the conservatives.

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