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Comment by Peter Dunphy on June 29, 2011 at 12:49
New post on Lib Dem Voice about London Mayoral Selection Brian Paddick seeks selection
Comment by Anthony Roles on November 19, 2010 at 12:34
Hello everybody! I would like to meet other members of this group, so please do contact me if you are interested.
Comment by Salim Mamdani on October 19, 2010 at 2:42
Don't worry Russell, you are a Freeman ! No harm done ! lol !
Comment by Halldor Fosså on October 18, 2010 at 11:25
Just an request from the sidelines guys: let's not get inappropriately personal and offensive - it reflects badly on what is a LibDem website. A rule of thumb, I suggest, is that you probably only want to post comments here if you would be prepared to make them face-to-face in a public meeting with a wider audience present.

But by all means let's have a passionate debate!
Comment by Salim Mamdani on October 17, 2010 at 9:27
Hi Russell, You don't even seem to know where you are ! lol !

If you wish to hear my views, you are more than welcome, but I don't believe in wasting my time unnecessarily, talking about nonsense. I think Anthony Fairclough relied to you very eloquently to all your questions, which is why I commented:"Fair comments by Fairclough !" lol !

You wrote:"Conservatives can only move forward with their ideological funding cuts if the LibDems vote with them. agreed...?" No, I don't agree with you and I don't think you know the consequences, if the coalition government is also dissolved. You may be very "short-sighted" to know the consequences if the coalition government is dissolved. If the Lib Dems and Conservatives don't compromise with each other, the coalition government would have to be dissolved ! That leaves the conservatives with an advantage, as they had higher votes than others, in the last general election. If they were to run the country by themselves, I am sure things would be worst ! The fact is, the conservatives can move forward with their ideological funding cuts without the LD's, because they have more Con MPs in the House to vote for them than LD & Labour put together ! So, it's no use trying to blame Nick because he is good looking ! lol !

I wish you good luck and better understanding ! lol ! Look before you leap !
Comment by Salim Mamdani on October 17, 2010 at 7:28
Hi Russell, If you are getting "it" a little better than me, good for you ! lol !
If you have any "issues" with the government, take it up with the government ! (not with me, I am not paid by the government ! lol !). I also don't get paid to write to you ! You seem to be barking at the wrong tree ! lol !
Comment by Salim Mamdani on October 17, 2010 at 5:42
Hi Russell, You don't get it, do you ? Lib Dems are not in power ! Nick cannot enforce anything without the support of his members and the government. You only have to count Lib Dem MPs and Con MPs in government, to understand who is making all the decisions. Is it fair to blame everything on Nick ? I don't think so !
Comment by Salim Mamdani on October 17, 2010 at 5:19
Hi Russell, you are a free man to vote for any party, if you no longer agree with Nick ! If you like the mess and pain which Labour left us, vote for "labour pain" again ! If you like deep cuts and extra pain for the poor, vote for the Cons ! If the Lib Dems had a majority in the Government, they would have been able to put their policies into action. Next time, vote for the Lib Dems and tell all your friends to vote for the Lib Dems, if you want Nick Clegg to enforce Lib Dem policies. The Cons have more members in parliament than Lib Dems, so you are likely to be coned ! lol ! It is not Nick's fault ! He is simply trying his best to help us, as best as he could. You wrote:"£4.2 Billion to be cut from UK universities!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do I need to explain why this is not a good idea?" - You are implying that Lib Dems are cutting £4.2 Billion from UK universities - which is absolute nonsense, because Lib Dems are not in power, the coalition is ! The coalition government is made up of more Con MPs than Lib Dem MPs, so the decisions are likely to be more in favour of Cons than the Lib Dems obviously. But to imply that Lib Dems are making all the cuts under Nick Clegg is ridiculous ! I think you have misguided yourself. Fair comments were made by Fairclough, in reply to your earlier comments.
Comment by Salim Mamdani on October 15, 2010 at 6:54
Fair comments by Fairclough !
Comment by Anthony Fairclough on October 13, 2010 at 21:34
Dear Russell, thanks for the message. Take care.


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