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A leaked "No to AV" letter from William Hague is dissected by a Yes! campaigner

The below letter from William Hague to fellow Conservatives, urging them to help the party ensure a vote against AV in the May 5 referendum, was leaked yesterday to Rupert Read. A supporter of the Yes! campaign, Read delivers a blow-by-blow response.
Rupert Read
18 February 2011

The below letter from William Hague to fellow Conservatives, urging them to help the party ensure a vote against AV in the May 5 referendum, was leaked yesterday to Rupert Read, Green Party councillor and vocal supporter of the Yes! campaign. Below, Read delivers a blow-by-blow response to the letter.


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This piece was originally published on Rupert Read's blog. 

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