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Thursday 15 April 2010 10.54pm
Following this evening's debate on ITV, YouGov has Clegg on 51%, Cameron 29%, Brown 19%... ComRes has Clegg on 46%, Cameron 26%, Brown 20%.

A great evening for the Lib Dems!! - a timeline of future history
Saturday 17 April 2010 9.00am

17.4.2010 - a timeline of future history
Saturday 17 April 2010 9.01am
This shows the extent of the Lib Dem surge: - a timeline of future history
Saturday 17 April 2010 9.07am
Stephen Tyler wrote:
Thanks, beetroot. Sorry, I didn't read the whole thread. I understand your point and I agree with you. I will take it up with the people responsible for the website.

The picture of the children is still there. Disgusting.
Saturday 17 April 2010 11.44am
After initial debate euphoria subsides may I suggest a more realistic outcome.
Tuesday 20 April 2010 2.34pm
I'm aware of the local hustings WCDG is promoting next Wednesday, but are there any parliamentary hustings organised for Bermondsey & Old Southwark?
Tuesday 20 April 2010 4.25pm
There's a meeting at Southwark Cathedral:

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Tuesday 20 April 2010 9.55pm
Could the Lib Dems win outright?

"... One reason why the Lib Dems could, just possibly, achieve this is revealed by YouGov's latest daily poll. We asked: “How would you vote on May 6 if you thought the Liberal Democrats had a significant chance of winning the election”. The responses: Lib Dem 49%, Conservative 25%, Labour 19%. On the - admittedly unrealistic - assumption of uniform national swing, there would be 548 Lib Dem MPs, 41 Labour MPs and just 25 Tories..." - a timeline of future history
Wednesday 21 April 2010 1.33pm
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Thursday 22 April 2010 9.13am
Nick Clegg wrote:
“Watching Germany rise from its knees after the war and become a vastly more prosperous nation has not been easy on the febrile British psyche.”
“All nations have a cross to bear, and none more so than Germany with its memories of Nazism. But the British cross is more insidious still.”
“A misplaced sense of superiority, sustained by delusions of grandeur and a tenacious obsession with the last war, is much harder to shake off. We need to be put back in our place.”

This may well be a selling point to natural LibDems, but others should vote with their eyes open.
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