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Catch up on the jobs and economy hustings with Ed Davey and Layla Moran

Last night saw the first of the specially themed Liberal Democrat party leadership hustings with Layla Moran and Ed Davey. (Yes, hooray, we’re moving away from being stifled by the conformity of dull hustings formats.)

Filmed in a socially distanced studio, this hustings focused on the economy and jobs, and Hugo Gye, deputy political editor of The i, chaired it.

If you missed it live, you can watch it again here:

Details of all the leadership election hustings are over on the party website, including other policy themes along with a variety of different formats. The Northern Liberal Network’s one looks particularly interesting, along with the special job interview format coming up shortly.

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One response to “Catch up on the jobs and economy hustings with Ed Davey and Layla Moran”

  1. it was good to watch, and re-assurance I have made the right choice. Ed was ‘I’ve got lots of experience and I have been doing it a long time, I want to be leader to make the pinnacle of my career’ clearly he hasn’t set the world alight so far, and he is not about to.. now Layla, exciting, full of ideas, grounded in good sense, but an objective view of where we are and what we need to do.
    I got bored listening to Ed but excited by Layla, so went to YouTube and found the recording of her being questioned by Wera and 100 members.. Good answers to all questions.. new ideas.. dynamic.. The tired old media hacks will sit up..
    Choose Layla and we shall go places; choose Ed and our membership will wane..

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