Dave’s speech: the views of the Lib Dem blogosphere

by Stephen Tall on October 3, 2007

I’m afraid Lib Dem Voice doesn’t have the access The Guardian does – they were able to ask three Tory shadow cabinet members, as well as two Tory parliamentary candidates, to enthuse just how orgasmically fantastic they thought Dave ‘look mum, no notes’ Cameron’s speech to the Tory conference was. A useful public service, I’m sure you’ll agree.

We’re simply going to point you towards what Lib Dem bloggers have so far said…

(Please use the comments to let me know of any I’ve missed, or any ones subsequently published.)

  • David Nikel: Cameron gets his knickers in a twist
  • Andy Hinton: Liveblogging Cameron’s Speech…
  • Andy Crick: Hmm, not bad, but then…
  • Steve Webb MP: Should there be a General Election?
  • Nich Starling: The Cameron effect*
  • Gavin Whenman: Without an autocue
  • * It would of course be cheap and unbecoming to point out that in the seven hours since Dave’s speech, the ‘Am I the only person who doesn’t like David Cameron?’ Facebook group he mentioned has more than doubled, from 370 to 833. It would be even more unsporting to give the link, so here it is.