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Magda Hassan
11-13-2010, 11:07 AM
I personally don't think his political days are going to last till then but if you are in the area it may be a good chance to catch up with some others for a good day to be had by all.

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No tuition fees! No to Workfare!
The Lucy Young and the Scott Trust, in association with Unlock Democracy, will host Nick Clegg at the Hugo Young Lecture on the 23rd November.
The event has been advertised on the basis that it will be “an excellent chance for members to quiz the Deputy Prime Minister”.
Right to Work will be there to make sure Nick Clegg can hear loud and clear what we think of him.
The Con-Dems are launching an onslaught of cuts and privatisation and a vicious ideological attack on our welfare state.
It is vital that wherever the Tories and their Lib-Dem lapdogs go, they are hounded and forced to face up to the widespread rage at their blanket attack on the working class movement.
Yesterday Iain Duncan Smith was held back for an hour after speaking in Camden by a protest of local residents, Right to Work and London Campaign Against Poverty campaigners, enraged at the Con-Dems’ attempts to make the unemployed work for free.
Come along to the protest against Clegg and join the fightback!

David Guyatt
11-13-2010, 11:25 AM
As I think I suggested eleswhere, the LibDems have been used by the far more deceitful and well versed dirty tricks Conservatives to support the Tory agenda.

I doubt they will be electable for another hundred years after this.

Jan Klimkowski
11-13-2010, 04:04 PM
As I think I suggested eleswhere, the LibDems have been used by the far more deceitful and well versed dirty tricks Conservatives to support the Tory agenda.

I doubt they will be electable for another hundred years after this.

Yup.

In terms of the theatre of politics (Punch and Judy meets Spitting Image), most Brits believe that the Tories are the "nasty party". No amount of spin and Dave&SamCam (ordinary bloke with nice wife eating cornflakes with happy family) will counter the sneering visage of Baron Osborne the Shock Therapist.

Meanwhile, most Brits thought that the LibDems were principled and irrelevant. By joining the government, the LibDems have finally become relevant.

And lo and behold, they''re revealed as being as deceitful, two-faced and unprincipled as the usual incumbents.

Moral hypocrisy and blatant lying are not fatal to Tory or New Labour governments. People shrug their shoulders in weary cynicism.

I suspect that the lies and hypocrisy of Clegg and co will be fatal and destroy the LibDem vote.

"I agree with Nick" will become as risible a political chant as "Change you can believe in".