Let’s meet Tim Farron

It’s hard to imagine that anyone in Westmorland and Lonsdale has not met their local MP Tim Farron. He must have knocked on their doors on numerous occasions over his decade in Westminster.

However, the local paper has asked all candidates to do a video about why you would work for them.

What does Tim say about why he’s the best person for the constituency?

Have a look.

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5 Comments

  • Eddie Sammon 29th Apr '15 - 11:36am

    A good video, but sometimes promises are worth breaking. When the facts change it is good to change minds.

    I fear for the unity of the country. Vote Liberal Democrat to preserve it.

  • Its worth checking out Farron’s interview on Newsnight last night where I thought he gave a very credit-worthy performance.

  • Stephen Hesketh 29th Apr '15 - 12:21pm

    Another excellent video from Tim Farron.

    A natural heart and mind mainstream Liberal Democrat, a likeable down to earth human being and very good communicator.

  • What a humble man – what a great way to express the message. Service not triumphalism!

  • Very moving. I hope we don’t lose him.

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