so far so good on the `week in westminster` both were double-headed in an interview primarily about balanced parliaments. This is a double-edged sword as it’s kind of neutral territory some may say negative. Saying that Chris was very good at explaining that some of our majority parliaments haven’t been very stable (ie John Major’s ’92 onwards) and that these questions should also be directed to the other parties raising the subject that they could also, as they are so close, `get into bed together`!
The next step is for there to be a double-header about POLICY – particularly tax. Or are the BBC scared of the ever-present Tory/Labour media coalition that want to close down debate on anything that might be good for the Liberal Democrats?