Tuesday, 11 October 2011


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What do the Liberal Democrats stand for? Well that's a question which some people have difficulty answering. So I thought it'd be a good idea to start a project where Lib Dems answer three questions so we can see where Lib Dem supporters think alike and if there are any common strands in concepts of what we stand for. More info is explained in the video below.

Just to reiterate, the questions are:
  1. What do you think the Liberal Democrats stand for?
  2. Why are you a Liberal Democrat?
  3. What are the three greatest Liberal Democrat achievements in government.
Please do get involved and spread this far and wide so we can get as many people involved as possible :)

1 comment:

  1. I have always believed that the clue was in the name. Liberals (because when I first joined the Party, that's what we were) stood for social justice first and individual freedom / responsibility second. Since the coalition, I must admit to being confused .....


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