Posts Tagged “colin firth”

Diffindo! Has Daniel Radcliffe hexed the Lib Dems?

by Stephen Tall on December 26, 2010

Daniel Radcliffe has declared himself to be “underwhelmed” by the Lib Dems in the wake of the tuition fees controversy, according to a report in the Daily Mail: A source inside the party said: ‘Daniel does not in any way support the violence of the rioters, but to say he is underwhelmed by his party […]

Colin Firth on why he’s stopped voting Labour and now supports the Lib Dems

by Stephen Tall on March 16, 2010

The book ‘Why vote Lib Dem’ – edited by Danny Alexander MP, with a foreword by Nick Clegg, and contribututions from 26 individuals – is selling fast.
Its publisher (one Iain Dale, Esq) reports that it “is outselling Why Vote Conservative by a factor of 9 and Why Vote Labour by a factor 25. Indeed, […]

Things can only get better for the Lib Dems, as D:Ream’s Brian Cox defects from Labour

by Stephen Tall on March 14, 2010

Time was when you were asked to name a Lib Dem celebrity backer you would have been hard-pressed to think beyond Barry Norman, Liz Kershaw and Barry Cryer (all of whom are stars, of course). Then came Sandi Toksvig, Floella Benjamin and Brian Eno; perhaps also Daniel Radcliffe. And last month, the Observer named Coldplay’s […]

What links Colin Firth, Ken Macdonald, Brian Eno, Gurkha veteran Madan Kumar Gurung, Pam Giddy, Floella Benjamin and Duwayne Brooks?

by Stephen Tall on March 3, 2010

Well, all six of them have contributed to the soon-to-be-published opus, Why Vote Liberal Democrat?, published this Thursday. To pre-order your copy from Amazon, please click here.
Here’s the party press release blurb:

Actor Colin Firth, former Director of Public Prosecutions Sir Ken Macdonald QC and musician Brian Eno have all contributed to a book entitled […]