Michael Moore live online at the Guardian at 11am

Over at The Guardian website, Michael Moore, Lib Dem spokesman on international development, will be live online and answering readers’ questions about aid and development from 11am today, Tuesday. Here’s how it’s being trailed:

Last year, the Liberal Democrats set out their thoughts on international development in a policy paper, which outlined support for the aid target of 0.7% of GDP, a call for renewed efforts to reach the Millennium Development Goals and an acknowledgement that aid sometimes fails and that perhaps financial aid is not the most effective way of delivering support.

At 11am (GMT) on Tuesday, 16 March, the Lib Dems’ spokesman on international development, Michael Moore, will be live online for one hour to answer your questions about the party’s policies and the wider issues of aid and development.

Read the party’s policy paper and Anne Perkins’ report on the Lib Dems’ policies and then post a question. You can post a question now or come back on Tuesday.

If you have questions for Michael, do please pose them over at the Guardian website – so far, the Guardian’s commenters are well and truly living down to their reputation.

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