Friday, April 30, 2010

Nick Clegg in Leicester

The BBC Election 2010 pages report the Liberal Democrat leader's visit to De Montfort University this morning:
Addressing students in Leicester, Mr Clegg did his best to ignore Labour supporters in the crowd as he repeated his promises to clean up politics and bring fairness to tax. He told the BBC his party was "going for gold in getting the most number of people voting for the Liberal Democrats".
He said everyone wanted "change", the question was, what kind of change: "I think this election campaign is now boiling down to a simple choice - a two-horse race between the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrats."
I like his "two-horse race" line. We should consider using it more often.

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