Mark Pack on 'not very happy' Liberal Democrats


Mark Pack, who co-edits the Lib Dem Voice website and ran the party's 2001 and 2005 internet general election campaigns, on the party's turmoil over the tuition fees issue.

He said he would not vote for the rise in fees and that the mood of the party was "not very happy".

And Gordon Brown's personal pollster Deborah Mattinson said this was an issue that "could break the Lib Dems" and the party's poll rating was "all but disappearing".

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