In repeating a post by Guido Fawkes one is not, one hastens to add, implying that Guido is not widely read - however this is worthy of repetition.
"So it will be worth tuning into Hardtalk tomorrow where by all accounts Vince Cable gets a mauling from Andrew Neil about his history of changing his position on a range of issues during the financial crisis and Brillo gets him to admit that he was wrong last autumn to support the merger of Lloyds TSB and HBOS. Vince admits to Brillo when challenged “you’re right – perfectly fair comment that my first reaction was not the right one.” Brillo also spotted that in Cable’s just released policy paper for Reform he is proposing to cut items that were only earmarked by Nick Clegg and Vince Cable in February as part of a planned increase of £6.7 bn in spending on childcare and education."
And the Liberal
Democrats Dimocrats reckon they are ready to become the 'alternative' party? Oops!