Tuesday, April 27, 2010

On the BBC Midlands election debate, John Hemming said that a vote for the Liberals was a vote for their policies.

Not necessarily in Yardley or Hall Green, apparently.

Liberal Democrat manifesto 2010 on the Euro
We believe that it is in Britain’s long-term interest to be part of the euro

John Hemming, Liberal Democrat leader in the Midlands
Personally I would keep the pound and not go for phase 2 of the Euro

Liberal Democrat Manifesto 2010 on an amnesty
We will allow people who have been in Britain without the correct papers for ten years, but speak English, have a clean record and want to live here long-term to earn their citizenship

John Hemming, Liberal Democrat leader in the Midlands
I would oppose an amnesty. What is in the manifesto is not an amnesty.

Liberal Democrat Manifesto 2010 on Afghanistan
Be critical supporters of the Afghanistan mission. The military surge must be accompanied by a strategy to ensure a more legitimate government, tackle corruption and win over moderate elements in the insurgency. We will continue to demand a strategy that involves other players in the region. We believe that a successful strategy will stabilise Afghanistan enough to allow British troops to come home during the next Parliament

John Hemming, Liberal Democrat leader in the Midlands

It is the individual candidate that matters. It is the individual candidate who has a vote in parliament as long as they have sufficient independence of mind to vote their own views. (which Jerry and I do)..... Jerry Evans also supports the withdrawal of troops


Vote Liberal - you never know what you'll get.

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