Wednesday, 17 September 2008

You've got to learn

I know no-one is remotely interested in the Lib Dems, but here's another 'interesting' story. Perhaps they should enrol Nick Clegg for some of these lessons while they're at it?

2 comments:

Paul said...

Have you seen Stephen's comments in the Evening Post, apparently he has been planning public spending cuts for five years - strange that he didn't mention it three years ago when he stood for election:

Stephen Williams backed the marked shift in policy for the party, which would mean £20 billion of spending cuts, insisting it was the best move to help households struggling to pay the bills during the credit crunch.
Bristol West Lib Dem MP Mr Williams said: "It is important that every family feeling the pinch right now knows that we have a practical solution in place to help them.
"Some people are saying this is a radical shift, but I think this is a logical progression of what we have been working

Kerry said...

I am sure those households will feel mightily reassured that the Lib Dems are on the case.

Here's the full quote, as you seem to have missed the ending: "It is important that every family feeling the pinch right now knows that we have a practical solution in place to help them. Some people are saying this is a radical shift, but I think this is a logical progression of what we have been working on for the last five years. It is about helping those on the lowest incomes pay their bills."