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Mozza posted..

[QUOTE=OliverJohnstone]I don't buy for one second that the Lib Dems acted as a tempering force.

If that was true, why did they fail to temper their flagship issue - tuition fees? It makes no sense that they would happily be flexible on this yet stubborn on other issues of less significance to their political credibility.

Furthermore, it is too easy to say they tempered simply because of the fact that the goal of eliminating the deficit was supported by the Lib Dems so all those cuts happening now would have been made, whoever was in power.

Aside from Lib Dem propaganda, I have seen nothing to convince me that the Lib Dems actually produced the tempering effect they claim.[/QUOTE]

I really don't support them, but I see a difference now.

Pissed off teachers.
Tax dodging Tory scum (why the hell use Panama, randomly, well publicised for being a haven? Ridiculous if you think it's just a lovely place for your money to go on holiday)
Police chiefs saying there's not enough officers to run their force.
Councils closing amenities.
Disabled people dying in higher numbers due to Tory policies.
Doctors striking.
NHS in massive peril.
No real improvement in the economy.
More food banks.
Even the bloody minister for benefits, a well known hard liner, left because of agressive policy

It goes on and on.