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DPMQs: Nick Clegg looks forward to Mañana

The LDV Collective have asked me to add the monthly Deputy Prime Minister’s Questions to my radar screen. When these sessions started they seemed rather manufactured and unnecessary. However, they have evolved into an important part of the Commons’ calendar, covering a wide range of key issues. They are of interest especially for those of us in the Liberal Democrats who are interested in hearing what Nick Clegg has to say in his official capacity, under scrutiny from MPs, in a mercifully Flashman-free environment.

But this will never be like Prime Minister’s Question Time. The chamber is only about a …

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  • User AvatarLorenzo Cherin 28th Jan - 1:23am
    We honour Holocaust Memorial Day and as Liberal Democrats this is the only real aspect of today that should fire us up!
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    I wonder what Nick's record of success in political campaigns looks like. It's a fair question to ask of someone setting out a political strategy.
  • User AvatarRuth Bright 27th Jan - 11:26pm
    Glenn - quite. Converting non-voters is a more likely strategy. Nick Tyrone has achieved his goal of getting some attention a bit like when Germaine...
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    @ Matthew Huntbach, @ Katharine "Thanks to the cosy agreement between the Conservatives and Labour, these people had no MPs to properly represent them." "These...
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    Katharine, as you wrote, “Beveridge wanted to combat five great evils as he saw them, Want, Disease, Ignorance, Squalor and Idleness”. We should want to...