Have you asked a YouTube question yet?

by Stephen Tall on November 17, 2007

Tens of thousands of folk have already watched Lib Dem chief executive Chris Rennard invite questions to Nick Clegg and Chris Huhne for the party’s YouTube hustings. And, at the time of writing, there have been 17 – how shall I say it? – eclectic responses.

James Graham has posted his question over at his Quaequam Blog! here. Two other bloggers have posed their questions to the candidates:

Paul Walter:

And, erm, me:

You have another week – until 25th November – to film yourself (whether on your phone, webcam, or camera) and post it to YouTube.

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I would answer Paul Walter’s point. I am all in favour of Lib Dem politicians getting involved in influencing the policies of the government.
There was far too much fuss made about it when this happened before.
Shirley Williams is involved with decisions to do with nuclear poliferation. In my opinion, whoever is in government shouldlisten to sensible opinions on this matter.
Rabbi Julia Neuberger has written an excellent book recently, and her advice on voluntary organisations again could be very useful, whoever is in power.
I know there is a propaganda point that Gordan Brown is making about “a government of all the talents”. Well hardly anyone know is talking of that being a vote winner anymore. Where the line should clearly be drawn is that noone from the Lib Dems should take the Labour whip.
That should be crystal clear from the start.

by Geoffrey Payne on November 18, 2007 at 8:49 am. Reply #

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