Where are you David Lidington?

Seems like locals around Aylesbury have decided its time up for MP Lidington (see attached picture – 5 meter x 1 meter sign)."Where are you David Lidington"

Historically he’s spoken of being against HS2 and that we must all write letters to Greening etc. Stupidly many of us took this as a totally committed position to stop HS2.

However, crucially, he was not asked which way he would actually vote, and it took the local newspaper to ask him and it now emerges he refuses to say which way he’ll vote on HS2.

Looks like Lidington is now in for a bumpy ride.

PS Please see also George Osborne should brace himself for more bad news as he is set to face a challenge for his Tatton seat from campaigners against the high-speed rail link, HS2.

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6 comments to “Where are you David Lidington?”
  1. Good to see StopHS2 getting around to the only action that will get results – that is starting on the groundwork for the next general election. Watch those MPs panic!

  2. At last someone has woken up to the fact that many MPs have been taking us for mugs and for a jolly little ride for a long time. Let’s hope for more public backlash against MPs.

  3. George Osborne should brace himself for more bad news as he is set to face a challenge for his Tatton seat from campaigners against the high-speed rail link, HS2.

    News to me and I live in Tatton Constituency – oh, I forgot, it’s in the Daily Mail, so it must be true!

    • There will be a backlash against certain MPs but I don’t suppose it will worry George Osborne. Apart from when Martin Bell was in his pomp the Tories tend to get 50 % + of the vote there. Tatton has been described as “one of the wealthiest constituencies in the country outside Central London”. More affluent and middle class than most of the people living in the Chilterns eh – still at least you’ll be able to afford the fare to London Pete when it is more than 50 % higher in real terms than it is now.

      • I think you will find that he is saving up for a ticket already judging by an earlier remark he made about going to the library to read a magazine instead of purchasing it?

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