Tim Farron is on Question Time tonight – join our open thread

If you have been impressed by the way that Tim Farron has responded to the slough of nastiness, prejudice and general not getting it that was the Tory Party conference, you can watch him tackle the Tories (and the SNP) in person tonight.



I have long since given up watching when Melanie Phillips is on for the sake of my health and sanity. However, tonight, I will hide all hard objects (to protect my tv screen) and watch Tim talk sense. He has always been very good in that sort of environment.

Do come back at 10:30 and join us in our open thread during the programme.

* Caron Lindsay is Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

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