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Lib Dems - Pioneers, Victims and Heroes

I know I'm pretty much the only Lib Dem supporter left in the western hemisphere, but I'm not surprised.
It's not their fault but I don't think the general public have really understood the significance of the last election. It was the first in living memory to end up in deadlock and result in a coalition.

For us, the voters, it was new and interesting - even, possibly, exhilarating.

For the 'establishment' (the main parties, the City, the pressure groups, lobbyists, political and administrative bodies, etc... anyone with a vested interest in the status quo, and their media organs) it was a total nightmare. They bitterly resented the intrusion of a third power into UK politics and embarked on a 5-year campaign of unrestrained vilification.

Consider for a moment the Lib Dem's 'most heinous crime' - The Tuition Fees U-turn, raised in almost every article, interview or reference to Nick Clegg and the Lib Dems.

Wasn't it Nelson Mandela or somebody …

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