Politics 15 October 2010 *Breaking* Lib Dem website hijacked for Clegg attack Print HTML A website - www.liberaldemocrats.co.uk - which has been registered to Liberal Democrat headquarters is linked to a YouTube video urging Nick Clegg not to abandon his promise to break the cap on university tuition fees. "Rember the General Election? Students do", reads the website before it launches into a scathing critique of the Lib Dem policy turnaround. "We will resist, vote against, campaign against, any lifting of that cap", states the Lib Dem leader in the one-and-a-half minute long video. Tracing the details of the website, its entry details read as follows: Domain name: liberaldemocrats.co.uk Registrant: The Liberal Democrats (Trustees) Limited Trading as: The Liberal Democrats Registrant type: UK Limited Company, (Company number: 2231620) Registrant's address: 4 Cowley Street London SW1P 3NB United Kingdom Registrar: NetBenefit UK Ltd t/a NetBenefit Plc [Tag = NETBENEFIT] URL: http://www.netbenefit.com Relevant dates: Registered on: 14-Aug-2002 Renewal date: 14-Aug-2012 Last updated: 30-Sep-2010 Registration status: Registered until renewal date. The website is not the official website of the Liberal Democrats, but is registered to 4 Cowley Street, London, SW1P 3NB - which is also the address of the Liberal Democrat headquarters in Westminster. The source behind the website linking remains unclear. UPDATE: The same has happened to www.liberaldemocrats.org.uk again registered to Lib Dem HQ. UPDATE 2: The Guardian has more. It seems action has now been taken to remove the sites. › And the good news for Obama... 12 issues for £12 Subscribe More Related articles I believe only Yvette Cooper has the breadth of support to beat Jeremy Corbyn To stop Jeremy Corbyn, I am giving my second preference to Andy Burnham What do Labour's lost voters make of the Labour leadership candidates?