Liberal Democrats Policy Priorities

May 2010
International Debates;May2010, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p18
The article presents the Liberal Democrats' manifesto for 2010 in Great Britain. According to the political party, as the country tries to emerge from the recession, the election on May 6, 2010 should be a turning point for the country. The manifesto outlines the party's several plans including fair taxes, a fair educational chance for all children, a balanced and sustainable economy and a clean political environment.


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