He is taking issue with this article published last year prior to Autumn conference which said:
"The leaders of the Liberal Democrats plan to abandon the party's opposition to student tuition fees."
But went on to say:
"[Stephen] Williams acknowledged that he and Mr Clegg were likely to face strong opposition from many in the party who felt that its stance at the 2005 election, as the only mainstream party supporting free higher education, was an important distinguishing factor."
Well guess what Tory Bear before you accuse the Lib Dems lying about the policy you should check how the vote went to ammend the policy or look at policy on the party website.
You see Harry unlike at Tory Party conference the head doesn't move and the body follows. The head may suggest something but the delegates get their say, their vote to take action as the party decides. Not only do we not just want to keep up our opposition to Tuition fees we expanded the scope of that in March of this year.
Who's the fibber now?
It appears that the above advise may also be something that Irfan Ahmed needs to take on board.