Nick Clegg’s Christmas Message 2012

All quite heartwarming – and not a single word about politics. That will come at New Year. Enjoy.

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

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  • “It’s the people around us that make this such a special time of year”

    Absolutely no mention of those who spend xmas on their own :(

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