Fri, 04 May 2012
Speaking after the 2012 Local Elections, Deputy Prime Minister and Liberal Democrat Leader Nick Clegg said:
“It’s been a disappointing and difficult night for the Liberal Democrats. I’m really sad that so many colleagues and friends, Liberal Democrat councillors, who’ve worked so hard, so tirelessly, for so many years, for communities and families in their local areas, have lost their seats. And I want to pay tribute to all the great work that they have done.
“I’m determined that we will continue to play our role in rescuing, repairing, and reforming the British economy. It’s not an easy job and it can’t be done overnight. But our duty is to boost jobs and investment and restore a sense of hope and optimism to our country.
“I believe that, over time, people will come to acknowledge our unique role, the Liberal Democrats, in this Government as the only party that combines responsibility on the economy with social fairness.”
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