Welcome to my day… 4 January 2013

Well, I don’t know about you, but it seems as though it has been ages since we were last together, and much turkey has been eaten since then, I guess. Admittedly, not by me, as you’d be amazed at how difficult getting a turkey is when you’re a sea otter.

However, on with the medley, I say… so now that we’ve found love, what are we going to do?…

As usual on a Friday, we’ve got a fair bit about Europe, with a video looking back over last year in the European Parliament, a preview of coming events there in 2013, and some suggestions as to how we might respond to a possible David Cameron speech on the question of Europe.

Meanwhile, Tom Brake has some suggestions for our campaigning in the coming year, we’ll have a roundup of Liberal Democrats in the news, and if I can escape from the excitement of my studies for a moment, there will be a preview of the first week back in the House of Lords.

So, do drop in from time to time, I hope that it will be worth your while…

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