The Liberal Democrat president Tim Farron has said the sexual impropriety accusations against the party's former chief executive Lord Rennard are being taken "dead seriously" without "no fear or favour".
He told Channel 4 News that the party has "acted very swiftly" to meet with a review group and to look into the accusations.
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