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Do Young People Stand A Chance In Westminster?


Lester Holloway was the secretary of the Ethnic Minority Liberal Democrats. But now he has resigned from the Liberal Democrat party. He described comments made to him on a Lib Dem forum, and the failure of his fellow members to respond to the comments, as the cause of his resignation. He is also believed to be unhappy about the level of representation of black people within the party - and politics in general.


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