Liberal Democrat president Tim Farron on a preferred coalition partner

Tim Farron MP, new president of the Liberal Democrats, is asked whether he and his party would prefer to be in coalition with Labour rather than the Conservatives.

He is then asked about the AV referendum and a possible election pact to fill the seat that was taken away from former immigration minister Phil Woolas.

Lord Falconer and Francis Maude are then asked about how the coalition is working.

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