A million adverts in September

I had a pleasant surprise when pulling together some internet statistics for September: http://www.libdems.org.uk/news/lib-dem-online-adverts-hit-the-million-mark.html

Thanks to everyone who is displaying the buttons and has helped make them such a success!

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