(A belated) welcome to my day – 8 March

Sea otterGood morning to you all, especially those of you en route to Brighton for the start of Spring Conference. Sadly, through ill health, I won’t be joining you today, so this will be a remote control sort of day. It does mean that I’ll have a bit more time for the site today, so if you do have something to say, feel free (comments policy and common courtesy apply, naturally)…

Caron has already kicked off the day in fine style, and we’ll have the usual review of the week in Europe and preview of next week in the Lords.

So, what else will we have? There’ll be a look at food safety in the aftermath of the horsemeat scandal and we’ll have our regular Friday Five. In addition, we’ll have an advance look at May’s ALDE Council meeting, which takes place in Pula, Croatia.

* Mark Valladares is the Friday Day Editor here at Liberal Democrat Voice. Rest, plenty of fluids and a warm sofa should work…

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