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Daily View 2×2: 29 May 2009

by Stephen Tall on May 29, 2009

2 Big Stories Moves towards voting reform gain momentum As the MPs’ expenses row rumbles on – today’s Telegraph villain is that arch-Eurosceptic Bill Cash – the recognition of the need for electoral reform is gathering pace. After yesterday’s clarion (…)

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Chris Huhne wins quote of the day

by Stephen Tall on April 29, 2009

Ahh, ID cards. Time was the Lib Dems were alone in campaigning for this new invasion of our privacy by the state to be abandoned. Then that nice Mr Cameron’s Tories decided they were, after all, probably not such a (…)

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Lib Dems help force Labour data sharing U-turn

by Stephen Tall on March 18, 2009

A big well done to Lib Dem MP Adrian Sanders for what his blog calls his “little victory” in helping to force the Government to drop proposals which would have allowed people’s details to be shared between organisations. The BBC (…)

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