The Sustainable Communities Bill

The latest Lib Dem MP to appear on YouTube is Julia Goldsworthy, who has done a piece about the Sustainable Communities Bill:


Video also available on YouTube here.

You can read more about the topic in the piece on Julia’s website.

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3 Comments

  • Mark Pack Doesn't Always Win Elections 13th Dec '06 - 11:32pm

    Youtube should be for stars like Dusty and Petula, not politicians like Goldsworthy and Featherstone!!!!

  • London WMCMAM 14th Dec '06 - 9:11am

    Do you mean Dusty (as in ‘Bin’) Cameron then? 🙄

  • Cameron was the wrong choice 14th Dec '06 - 10:58am

    Why do you say that, MPDAWE? Surely it should be open for those who want to post things there, and for those who want to see them?

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