Profile on Patrick: BBC piece on Lib Dem PPC and councillor

One element of the BBC’s conference coverage you might have missed is a feature by the BBC’s Daily Politics, following Patrick Murray at conference (and in a profile piece, beforehand). He is PPC for Reading West and a councillor in Oxford (and a friend of Stephen Tall and myself).

At the risk of embarrassing him, I thought I’d point you at the piece. One of the segment’s features is Patrick speaking in the conference debate on mental health, about which he talks in the film. You can see his entire speech (and the rest of the debate) here. He’s 32 minutes in.

Although the film shows him not getting called to speak in the Eco Towns debate, Patrick wrote a piece on the topic for Lib Dem Voice.

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