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On behalf of all of us here, I wish all our readers, commenters and  contributors all the very best for 2013.

I’d also like to say a huge thank you to the rest of the Liberal Democrat Voice team. They are a great bunch of people to work with and are an illuminating and understanding  source of help, inspiration and advice for me.

Rest while you can, because soon, Paddy Ashdown will be along to make sure you’re working harder than you think you can.

Don’t forget, by the way, some key dates for the months ahead.

9th February: National Day of Action on fairer tax. Sign up here.

8th-10th March: Federal Conference in Brighton. It’s fun and being with the Lib Dem family is fantastic. It also doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg, particularly in  Spring. Register here.

15th-17th March: Scottish Conference,Dundee. Probably even more fun, and gossip, than Federal Conference. And, unlike, Federal Conference, every single member of the Scottish Liberal Democrats gets a vote. More information here.

19th-21st April: Welsh Spring Conference, Cardiff. More information here.

2nd May: County and local elections in England. A good opportunity for those of us who don’t have elections to help out.

14th – 18th September: The best Autumn Federal Conference of all time in Glasgow.

Have fun celebrating the New Year, and look forward to a busy, challenging and exciting year ahead for the Liberal Democrats.

To end this post in the style it began, all that’s left to say is  lang may yer lum reek!

 

* Caron Lindsay is Co-Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

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