The Elephant Interviews… Mr Chris Huhne, Fighting for Freedom

Hello fluffy friends!

I hope that you have had a Happy Easter break and that you all watched new DOCTOR WHO.

But now, it is time for another interview. Short notice, this time, but if you can be in WESTMINSTER next TUESDAY, 21st April, at 5.15pm then this is your chance to put the questions to the Liberal Democrat Shadow Home Secretary, Mr Chris Huhne.

We have not spoken to Mr Chris since the LEADERSHIP CONTEST, but since very nearly pipping Mr Clogg at the post, he has been working hard on the important Home Office and Civil Liberties brief.

Mr Huhne recently published our FREEDOM BILL, and this has to be the calling card of the Liberal Democrats for the next election.

Even as the Labour Government and the so-called “Second Home” Secretary have shown their sleazy attitudes and carelessness when taking money from the public purse for their own benefit, they have pushed through ever more AUTHORITARIAN legislation: gathering our personal information into expensive giant databases and curbing our freedoms while setting out new ways to force people into work or behave or lose their benefits.

And in the light of the recent shocking revelations about police tactics at the G20 demonstrations, denying us even the right to PROTEST… never has it been more important that we STAND UP for our values of LIBERTY and HONESTY and CUTTING the power of Government.

So, if you write a Blog, or even if you think you could write a piece for Lib Dem Voice, then please join us and ask Mr Huhne how we can do more to restore FREEDOM to Great Britain.

If you are interested, please e-mail me at [email protected]; places as usual available on a first-come-first-served basis.

See you soon!

Love from Millennium
(Now read my diary!)

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2 Comments

  • Anonymous101 16th Apr '09 - 5:51pm

    Perhaps you could ask him whether the lack of free speech clauses in the bill has anything to do with his desire to censor the uncomfortable opinions of Dutch politicians

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