Stephen Tall and Mark Pack on the launch of ‘How Liberal / Authoritarian is your MP?’ website

To co-incide with the launch yesterday by Lib Dem Voice of our new ‘How Liberal / Authoritarian is your MP?’ website – http://rank.libdemvoice.org – two articles apeared in the media …

Meanwhile Stephen Tall penned an article for The Guardian’s Comment Is Free website:

  • How liberal are our MPs? (The Guardian)

    … we hope the site will draw the public’s attention to how their MPs have voted over the past five years. If you hold liberal views look at how your MP has voted, and ask yourself if his or her record justifies your vote.

As Stephen concludes:

That is why I view a vote for the Lib Dems as an important one. Labour cannot be trusted with our freedoms; the Tories cannot be trusted to build a fairer Britain. Only the Lib Dems recognise the fundamental importance of a free and fair Britain, and can act as guarantors for those cosmopolitan voters who want to vote for a party which shares their values.

Intrigued by rank.libdemvoice.org? Then visit the site, search for your MP, and share via Twitter, Facebook etc how liberal or authoritarian their voting record actually is.

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