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May 29, 2009

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Kevin

He's got an unmoderated blog. Go and tell him what you think. The comments there already make for interesting reading.

http://nickclegg.wordpress.com/

Yorkshireman

Nick,

When are you going to give back the £2.4m donation your party took from the the convicted fraudster ? Not a great moral lead is it ?

How does your refusal to honour your manifesto commitment for a referendum on the EU Constituion, sorry Lisbon Treaty help restore trust in politics ? You voted against it in Parliament.

Go away Nick!

Anon R

When the donation was received there was not the slightest suspicion that the donor was other than completely honourable. How much money has been given to other parties by supporters who were lawbreakers ?

Was the Constitutional Referendum policy( embraced by all three parties}a mistake from the start. Do we really expect all those entitled to vote to have read and understood the treaty before voting ?

Yorkshireman

Do we really expect all those entitled to vote to have read and understood the treaty before voting ?

Do we really expect everyone entitled to vote to understand the micro and macro economic policies of all parties before they vote in a general election ?

So why does Clegg want a referendum on being in or out of the EU ? That has deeper issues than Lisbon

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