Sunday, 27 March 2011

Who will be first Welsh Lib Dem to quit?

A leading Scottish Lib Dem has quit his party over coalition cuts on the eve of the Scottish election.

According to BBC Scotland:

Hugh O'Donnell was the leading candidate in the party's Central Scotland list.

Mr O'Donnell said was unhappy with the direction of the party in Scotland and the UK Tory/Lib Dem coalition.

Mr O'Donnell, who served as a Central Scotland list MSP for four years, will now stand as an independent candidate in the region.

Will a few Welsh Lib Dems try to save themselves in the same way?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Perhaps that should be "to quit before they're smashed in the May 5 election"?