A party election broadcast by the Liberal Democrats for the general election on 8 June.
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The future of Britain is in your hands.
Are you happy with the direction our country is going?
A Conservative landslide,
a weak Labour Party failing to oppose their damaging hard Brexit,
or the deep cuts to our NHS and schools.
There is another choice.
The Liberal Democrats are the strong opposition Britain needs.
We will stand up against a damaging hard Brexit
and for our NHS and schools.
You can change Britain's future. It's in your hands.
Imagine if Theresa May had a majority even larger
than the ones that Margaret Thatcher had in the 1980s.
Imagine what that might mean for you, for your family,
for your children, for your neighbours.
You see, I don't need to imagine - I grew up in Preston in the 1980s.
Half my mates' parents, including my own,
were out of work from time to time.
I saw what happens when you've got a Conservative government
able to take you for granted because there isn't a strong opposition.
That's why I am determined that our children should grow up
in a country where people are decent to one another.
That's the country I want to lead.
Last summer, the British people voted to leave
the European Union, but no-one knows what Brexit looks like,
and every day Theresa May is making choices -
choosing to leave the single market,
risking people's jobs and pushing up the cost of our weekly shop,
choosing not to give Europeans living in the UK the right to stay,
choosing to ignore the crisis in our NHS.
No-one knows what the final deal will look like,
but someone will have the final say.
Should it be Theresa May,
should it be the politicians or should it be you?
The Liberal Democrats believe you should have the final say
on the Brexit deal in a referendum, and if you don't like the deal
you are offered, you should have the choice to remain.
MUSIC OVER SPEECH
Every day, Theresa May is making calculated choices -
pulling us out of the single market, costing jobs,
pushing up prices, starving our NHS and schools of money,
turning away desperate refugees.
That is not the Britain I love. The Britain I love is decent.
The Britain I love is open, tolerant and united,
and that is the Britain I am determined to lead.
Labour will not stand up to the Conservatives, but we will.
It is not too late.
The future of your country is in your hands.
You could change Britain's future.
It's like a giant Rice Krispie.
It's cold. Tastes a bit like avocado.
It's nutrient rich.
And soon we're all going to be eating them.
Four crickets have the same amount of calcium as a glass of milk,
and a dung beetle, twice the protein of beef.