Click on the graphic for a larger version which you can zoom in on of the Liberal Democrat achievements in coalition government 2010-15.

Liberal Democrat achievements in coalition government - infographic/poster, April 2015 edition

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What the Lib Dems stopped

Take a look at 20 extreme Tory policies the Lib Dems blocked whilst in coalition government in 2010-15.

What do the Lib Dems believe?

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What The Hell…?

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Tim OBrien
Tim OBrien

Re Housing data, where did these figure come from?  Much as I would like to see some government policies having helped with housing, I don;t see it in the figures.  DCLG figures out on Thursday (housing stocks to 31/3/14) show, from March 2010 to March 2014 show -186k owner occupied, -117k LA -2 Other Public sector and +839 in private rented.  When and how did the miracle happen?

MarkPack moderator

@Tim OBrien The figures are specifically for social housing and empty homes; other parts of the housing sector have had different patterns, e.g. private renting that isn't social housing, though I think it makes sense for Lib Dems to have concentrated on making a different to social housing given its key role in social justice and helping those most in need.


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