From today’s Lib Dem News

“And I thank Big Chief Boris and all his tribe for their gestures of support…”

By Howard from Liberal Democrat News

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2 Comments

  • This is the random sort of stuff that I’m not going to miss when LDN finishes.

  • I was expecting a goodbye along the lines of Willie Rushton’s farewell shot :-)

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