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The upside

The Liberal Democrats are angry. Following the cabinet fallout, Paddy Ashdown yesterday “took a swipe”  (in the words of the FT blog) at Cameron, in what was apparently a sanctioned move to make quite clear how the leadership feels about the way the referendum campaigning has gone. A referendum which has seen a Tory led (and financed) No campaign lie voraciously, spin incessantly, and conduct the most brutal, underhand and cheap ad hominem attacks on Coalition partners, particularly the DPM. Now, the Yes campaign will almost certainly lose.

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