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Dan Snow and Deborah Meaden back the Lib Dems

Two well kent faces from the world of television have backed the Liberal Democrats in the General Election.

Historian and broadcaster Dan Snow says:

And Dragon’s Den’s Deborah Meaden is also voting for us this time:

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Greg Dyke: Why I’m backing the Lib Dems

Greg Dyke, the broadcaster and former Director-General of the BBC is endorsing the Liberal Democrats in the General Election:

This is the most important general election in living memory. As a staunch remainer I’ll be supporting the Liberal Democrats partly because they are the leading anti-Brexit party but also because they have a progressive, centre-left, business friendly agenda. There is no way in a million years I could bring myself to support a party led by Boris Johnson, a man no-one should trust, or a party led by Jeremy Corbyn, a lifelong anti-European pretending he’s not. This is our last chance to stay in the EU.

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Broadcaster John Tusa backs the Lib Dems

The broadcaster and former Newsnight presenter John Tusa has declared his support for the Lib Dems…

I am British by citizenship, Czech by birth, European by culture, history and identity. The Lib Dems are the only party to believe in our continuing membership of the European Union. They are the only party not taken over by the extreme factions in national politics. They are the only non-sectarian party. They are the only party that puts the sovereignty of parliament at the heart of our representative democracy.

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  • User AvatarSean Hyland 13th Dec - 4:04pm
    As a Lib Dem supporter but not a party member can i respectfully offer some views. I can in some respects see why a focus...
  • User AvatarHywel 13th Dec - 4:03pm
    This hasn't aged terribly well....
  • User AvatarRuss Kent 13th Dec - 4:03pm
    Sad to say this, but if the Tories and Labour were so bad, why did the LibDems not capitalise. What did they do wrong that...
  • User AvatarHywel 13th Dec - 3:59pm
    "The election result might not have been completely terrible" It's impossible to take an article that begins this way seriously. The party does need to...
  • User AvatarChristian 13th Dec - 3:47pm
    With hindsight it was a mistake not to try and find Chukka Umna a safer seat. When it comes to it he’s probably the leader...
  • User AvatarDavid Raw 13th Dec - 3:46pm
    John Barrett is correct when he says, "I can’t agree more with those who have raised the issue of building up a solid base through...
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