Thursday, 7 May 2015


'I think a Lib Dem presence will temper the Tories on tax and cuts, will temper Labour populism on spending, will put the case for the European Union, argue against any action that will alienate Scottish voters, and will sometimes be the lone voice telling the unpopular truth about immigration. They still carry the banner for constitutional change which needs to come, but in which the public is never interested and which the other two parties will always have an interest in sabotaging. 

'The Lib Dems above all believe in the reality of the new politics, rather than always yearning to put the clock back to 1945 or 1979.'

David Aaronovitch

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