Bloggers! Would you like to interview Jo Swinson MP?

Jo Swinson, Lib Dem MP for Dunbartonshire East, has agreed to be interviewed by a bunch of Lib Dem bloggers at Westminster on Monday, 21st July at 7 pm.

Several mature, erudite interviewers (and their cuddly toys) have already signed up, but there are still a couple of free places in the playpen, oops, panel.

It doesn’t matter if you don’t have a blog of your own – you can always write it up for Lib Dem Voice. Just as long as you blog about it…

Jo is our Spokesperson for Foreign Affairs and chairs the Party’s Campaign for Gender Balance. She is also currently the youngest MP in the House of Commons (or “Baby of the House”), although something tells me she won’t be bringing along any cuddly toys of her own…

So if you’d like to join in, please leave me a message in the comments below, or email me at [email protected]

Remember to leave me your contact email address, otherwise I won’t be able to get back to you!

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  • You could try organising one to interview the candidates for the Scottish Lib Dem Leadership

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