Tim Farron talks about housing in his first party political broadcast

If you were travelling home from Conference on Wednesday afternoon, still excited by Tim Farron’s speech,  you may have missed his first party political broadcast. He repeated some of the themes from that speech, referring to his childhood and the importance of decent housing in a liberal society.

So here it is:

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One Comment

  • Eddie Sammon 25th Sep '15 - 1:28pm

    If Tim comes up with an immigration strategy his message on housing will sky rocket. People see net immigration of 2-300,000 per year and fail to believe that it doesn’t have an effect.

    He doesn’t have to lose his passion for housing, just come up with a strategy that resonates more.

    Best regards

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