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Saturday, 24 April 2010

UK: 2nd election debate



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Related: Nick Clegg, Britain's Next Prime Minister?

2 comments:

Karen Howes said...

I've sort of been following this (I subscribe to the Telegraph and Daily Mail RSS feeds). What a circus.

Claudia said...

Haha... Well, I surely don't like Gordon Brown, but I don't like Clegg very much either:

THE Lib Dem leader is in favour of mosques being able to broadcast calls to prayer from loudspeakers in towns and cities across Britain.

He says the Islamic “muezzin” cry should be allowed to ring out just like Christian church bells. He described it as “a joyful thing”.

His remarks emerged yesterday as another gaffe, just hours after he was exposed as saying British ­people have “a more insidious cross to bear than Germany over the Second World War”.

Mr Clegg spoke out two years ago after the Bishop of Rochester, Dr Michael Nazir-Ali, told of a “creeping”Islamification of Britain.

He also admitted that he was not a practising Christian. Tory MP Mark Pritchard said his views were “disturbing” for “someone who seeks to lead a country based on Judaeo-Christian principles”.


I don't have a very formed idea of Cameron. It seems to me that he hasn't been very consistent in his ideas, although I could be wrong...

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