A typically principled approach from the Lib Dems as to who they'd choose to back after the next election. For a brief hint of actual policies, see the last para:
"At the party's spring party conference in Harrogate at the weekend, Clegg's £7bn policy programme of cuts was backed, along with scrapping of tuition fees, a pledge opposed by campaigners who think the £3bn cost would be unaffordable during a recession."
I'm confused by this. The Lib Dems on Twitter had been saying they'd won the battle against Stephen Williams, Nick Clegg and others who wanted to do a U-turn on tuition fees. Do I really have to wade through acres of Lib Dem footage to find out? [Ignore me! That's what happens when you attend breakfast meetings and start blogging before you've had a chance to get the brain into gear... I'm not confused. Not at all. I understand entirely. I was interpreting it as scrapping the tuition fees policy, not scrapping fees. But I stand by the rest of it.]
Some kind person at Dods has sent me the link - http://tinyurl.com/b4u6dz