MP, Hazel Grove
MP, Hazel Grove
Andrew Stunell hardly ever rebelled against their party in this parliament
Will the hon. Gentleman also acknowledge that the commitment was in the Liberal Democrat manifesto, which is why it was in the coalition agreement?
Will my hon. Friend explain how the scenario he outlines would be improved by the possibility of an immediate second general election, which is the logical consequence of the case he puts?
I am trying to understand the logic of the argument, in which the electorate decides that no party should have overall control. If there were a second election within a few weeks, as my hon. Friend suggests, and that one produced a very similar result, would he continue to hold general elections until one party had an overall majority. What is the logic of his argument?
Liberal Democrat MP for Hazel Grove
Entered House of Commons on 1 May 1997 — General election
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