2000-04-09, English, Article, Other article edition: Mystery of the Lib Dem's missing oomph.(Inside Politics; Liberal Democrats not increasing their share of electorate)(Column) Milne, Kirsty

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  • Column
  • Newspaper article
Published
  • Financial Times Ltd., 2000 April 9
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Mystery of the Lib Dem's missing oomph.(Inside Politics; Liberal Democrats not increasing their share of electorate)(Column)
Also Titled
  • Mystery of the Lib Dem's missing oomph.
Appears In
  • The Observer, 2000 April 9, p.29(1) (ISSN: 0745-9491)
Author
  • Milne, Kirsty
Published
  • Financial Times Ltd., 2000 April 9
Physical Description
  • Column
  • Newspaper article
Subjects
Target Audience
  • General
Summary
  • The Liberal Democrats should be able to capitalize on devolution in Scotland and Wales and take advantage of Labour's low popularity in its traditional heartlands. However, Liberal politicians are no match for Labour in open debate. They are not considered to be a serious threat even though they have strong views on Europe, drugs and the environment. Middle class voters ought to be flocking to support the Liberals but their stands on important issues are rarely reported in the media. They also do not insist on getting credit for what they do and so never improve their public profile.
Language
  • English
Database
  • Gale General OneFile
Identifier
  • 61521717

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