PODCAST: Authoritarianism fringe

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Last night a good crowd turned out to hear Paul Burstow MP, Mark Pack, Alex Wilcock and Bridget Fox talk about our new online project, Authoritarianism vs Liberalism and to talk more generally about their work and current campaigns.

Lib Dem Voice fringe meeting: Make authoritarian MPs pay at the ballot box

As ever, I was there with my trusty Zoom H2 so that we can share the fringe meeting with our listeners at home.

Unfortunately in our efforts to demo our new website to our live audience, we were using a mobile internet service that has had the predictable but unforseen by us consequence of adding a bit of a beepity beepity sound track to the recording, so apologies for that. We have also had to remove the hurried Q&A session from the end because although you could hear the panel’s responses you can’t hear the questioners.

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