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Opinion: A Decade On

Duncan Borrowman departed from Lib Dem HQ last Friday after almost a decade. As he left, Lib Dem Voice asked him to look both ways, backward and forward.

I joined the Lib Dem campaigns department in February 1998, having previously been the organiser in Orpington. I was part-time to begin with, as was Neil Fawcett, who started on the same day. Over the following years I covered London and various other neighbouring bits – mainly Eastern Region – before moving to the newly created post of National Campaigns Officer.

The total Campaigns Department staff, including Chris Rennard, was eight full-time equivalents …

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