The Leadership Contest comes to Lib Dem Voice

In the next few weeks, we’re delighted to welcome both Nick Clegg and Chris Huhne to Lib Dem Voice as twice-weekly guest contributors. Both Nick and Chris will be given a blank page of 500 words (or multimedia we can handle!) to address party members reading this site.

The first contributions will be today, with regular doses every Tuesday and each weekend. Good luck to both candidates!

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6 Comments

  • Surely you can afford broadband?!!!
    I’m a low local govt admin salary and I’ve managed!!! ;@)
    I’m sure it will be most interesting…

  • Hywel Morgan 11th Nov '07 - 4:02pm

    Even with broadband I don’t often watch on videos as it’s harder to take in the information quickly. Whereas text I can scan through pretty quickly and take in the bits I want.

  • Richard Gadsden Richard Gadsden 11th Nov '07 - 4:33pm

    I do have broadband, but video is tricky when I’m not at home, whereas I can read text on my mobile on the train.

  • Rabi Martins 11th Nov '07 - 5:12pm

    This is a welcome move

    How about extending it to an online interactive session?

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