Lib Dem general election manifesto: round-up of our coverage

The launch of a party’s general election manifesto is a big story, so we’ve been covering it in a series of posts here on The Voice in the last 24 hours. If you’re just catching up on our coverage now, here’s a summary of the posts:

As as a bonus, here’s a word cloud of the Lib Dem manifesto courtesy of Wordle via The Times:

LibDem manifesto launch Wordle

UPDATE: Left Foot Forward gives a cautious thumbs up to the Lib Dem manifesto. Not an unequivocal backing by any means, but – particularly in the middle of an election campaign – a fairly positive assessment.

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  • Cheltenham Robin 14th Apr '10 - 9:13pm
  • David Blake 14th Apr '10 - 9:56pm

    Does anyone know whether the manifesto is going to be available in places like W H Smith? At the last election, by the tills where everyone saw them, were the Labour and Tory ones, but not ours. Mind you, it’s £5 isn’t it and I’m not sure how many people will buy it at that price.

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