If the Liberal Democrats were to have an anthem, the song I’d pick is…

What makes someone a Liberal Democrat? What should the party’s anthem be? Can you order cheese toasties via the internet? And can I avoid embarrassing myself in a quiz about chocolate?

Find out the answers to all these and more in my recent appearance on the excellent Politics of Sound podcast with Iain Carnegie.

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5 responses to “If the Liberal Democrats were to have an anthem, the song I’d pick is…”

    • When I was first adopted as a PPC in 1968 I suggested it be the Magnificat, with particular reference to “putting down the mighty from their seats and exalting the humble and meek; filling the hungry with good things and sending the rich empty away.” What’s not to like?

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