The Apollo Project
Liberal Ideas for the 21st Century
Monday, August 29, 2005
by Jabez Clegg

Speaking to the Sunday Times, Ken Clarke inform us that the Lib Dems are terrified of me. Yet, later on in the same article he
indicates that "he would even consider a coalition with the Liberal Democrats" in order to get his hands on the red box.

Given the divergence of his views from most of his colleagues', we suggest the Member for Rushcliffe might concentrate on establishing a coalition with his own fellow MPs first.
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"What is Liberalism?: I should say it means the acknowledgment in practical life of the truth that men are best governed who govern themselves; that the general sense of mankind, if left alone, will make for righteousness; that artificial privileges and restraints upon freedom, so far as they are not required in the interests of the community, are hurtful; and that the laws, while, of course, they cannot equalise conditions, can at least avoid aggravating inequalities, and ought to have for their object the securing to every man the best chance he can have of a good and useful life." C-B.


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