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As a moderate, a Liberal, friends in all parties in the past, this was the nearly worst seen thus far.
He is a disgrace. Vulgarity is in his delivery. Overblown pomposity like Mogg with more heat and less mannered. He and the govt the worst ever.
The Conservatives might even win, but with no majority.
The Tories are losing their plot if their establishment now thinks that which once was, is now far left.
Liberal Democrats have no such comparison, with Labour, no far left hatred of Israel, not a problem on racism, the oldest friends of Israel was and is Liberal, the Liberal Democrats for Peace in the middle east organisation Iam in started by a Jewish member, he has dual uk Israel citizenship, the first , in a way, Jewish leader of a party, as Disraeli was also an Anglican, was Liberal Sir Herbert Samuel, and people like myself , the mainstream , are vociferous in our campaigns against antisemitism.
She never called Mandela a terrorist. She like him. He called her"warm, motherly" to Kinnock, saying to him, " you must be talking about someone else!"
She made a great deal of her need to balance right, left.
Her speech, in 1988, Bruges, inspired, refers to her sympathy for the European ideal.
She would not like EU federalist ideas, but would loathe, expulsion of Tories in parliament.
Her liking for Clarke was strongly felt, his advising she ought to step down , to preserve dignified way out the door was that which this great statewoman, took.
I never voted for her. As a Liberal Democrat, I admire her though disagreeing on much.
You have it mistaken about this awful UKIP party it is now.
The Liberal Democrat fifteen mps, not one, could the ex pm, we refer to, dislike.
Farron, Lamb, Cable, Swinson, Davey, Moran, find me a leftist?
You think that Hammond would not appeal to MT?
Shall just have to get chums elected, and advise.
Watch, as we should , every one in our electorate, the Liberal Democrats take in ex Tories by the hundreds or thousands as members.
Jo Swinson is loathed by the far left because she was in coalition, and supported a statue for Thatcher as our first woman to become pm.
A very mainstream able eloquent politician and one to watch.