Monday, 1 June 2009

Interview in Politics.co.uk

Thought I would point you in the direction of the Libertarian Party's first main stream political interview.

It was done by Ian Dunt of Politics.co.uk on our humble leader Ian PJ...
Right wing but socially liberal: Could the Libertarian party leader pick up the spoils of the expenses scandal on June 4th?

In the future this will be called the expenses election. Even candidates for the local elections can't get enough of it. And with so many members of the public obsessing over MPs' duck houses or house extensions those involved in the local elections can't afford to not have a view.

Ian Parker-Joseph, leader of the newly-formed Libertarian party, has a different attitude to most politicians, who have concentrated on proving how serious they are with promises of constitutional change.

"This particular frenzy about constitutional reforms is very much a red herring," he says. "As a party we would be looking for repeal of the many laws which have taken away our rights and liberties before we even discuss reform."

Good to see we're beginning to get some attention from the media. Well done Ian. And thanks must go to Ian Dunt.

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