Liberal Democrat peers rebel against coalition plans


Liberal Democrat peers have traditionally been seen as a quiet bunch, but more than 60 have voted against the government at least once in this Parliament.

Susan Kramer, a peer and former MP, said the media "hugely exaggerated" the rebellions - and she was "constructive" in her naughtiness.

She debated with Daily Mail sketch-writer Quentin Letts after watching a series of clips from the Lords.


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