Lib Dems won’t have electoral pact with Labour – but why would Labour want one?

This is nothing but sheer cheek from Jo Swinson and her Liberal Democrat upstarts.

They have said they are keen to consider electoral pacts with other pro-Remain political parties – but not Labour.

What make them think Labour would ever give them the option?

Liberal Democrats are liars.

They are right-wingers – Tory-lite, one might say – who will allow anyone into their party if it boosts their representation in the House of Commons.

They are not democrats – they have just voted to unilaterally revoke Brexit, if elected into government (fortunately that will never happen).

They mislead the public whenever possible – consider Jo Swinson’s claim that an electoral pact worked in the Brecon and Radnorshire by-election. The Guardian reported her as saying:

There was obviously success for that kind of arrangement in the Brecon and Radnorshire by-election. Plaid Cymru and the Green party stood aside, stood shoulder to shoulder if you like, with the Liberal Democrats and Jane Dodds was elected to be a very unequivocal voice in parliament for remain. So, that happened already and it’s successful.

In fact the boost to the Liberal Democrats was negligible and a convicted criminal – Chris Davies, the Conservative candidate – would have been elected again if the Brexit Party had not been standing.

Jo Swinson is a habitual liar; she just can’t seem to stop.

And if her party has been anything different since 2010, she is certainly modelling it in her own lying image now.

Source: Brexit: EU must show flexibility, says Raab before Johnson-Juncker meeting – live news | Politics | The Guardian

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  1. J Edington September 16, 2019 at 12:58 pm - Reply

    These tactics may have worked to get someone elected in a local by-election. It’s a different kettle of fish if she really thinks she can make a practical pact UK-wide. Where is this egotist going to find enough remain parties with clout to make any impression on Tories + Labour?

  2. John Bainbridge September 16, 2019 at 1:39 pm - Reply

    Swinson voted I think 349 times with the Tories, more than Jeremy Hunt. And for some of their foulest legislation. And she wanted the taxpayer to fund a statue of Thatcher! Says it all

  3. Yvonne Lunde-andreassen September 16, 2019 at 7:40 pm - Reply

    miz queen bee – she flatters herself…

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