Deputy Prime Minister, and Lib-Dem leader Nick Clegg, has instructed his deputy to organise meetings throughout the country to arrange for meetings with Lib-Dem supporters and voters, in an effort to ascertain their true feelings about the suicidal merging with the Conservatives to form the Coalition Government.
Simon Hughes took on the task, with relish, and the first meeting is arranged for Nottingham in December this year. He said; "This area has a high percentage of Lib-Dem voters, 17% at the last elections, but now polls indicate a 9% of support. This has to be addressed, now. By our speaking directly, and explaining our motives for joining the Coalition, we can hope to increase our support levels in the City of Nottingham."
Local area Lib-Dem organiser Noah Count commented; "Our party leaders have let us down in joining our true enemy in the Coalition, they have acted with nepotistic motives, looking for self-gratification, greed, wealth, and self aggrandisement, traits previously attributed and associated with Tory party members. But still, the other Party Leaders are worse!"