Donate to Lib Dems today to be in with a chance of the funniest dinner you will ever have

The Obama campaign pioneered the online micro-fundraising that we see so much of today. Remember getting all those email inviting you to donate $3 to have a chance of dinner with Obama.

The Liberal Democrats have today taken another leaf out of their book, offering dinner with comedy legend John Cleese if you donate any amount of money to the party before April 17th.  From Python to Fawlty Towers to hilarious films like Clockwise and A Fish Called Wanda (which was on the other night), he has been making us laugh for decades. These things don’t really date, either. All these things are as hilarious now as they were then.

So, I think the phrase is donate early and donate often. And if you do, there’s a wee surprise for everyone. I won’t spoil it for you but it’s good. 

Not only do you get the chance to have the funniest dinner you will ever have, your money will help the campaigns of fantastic people like Lynne Featherstone, Jo Swinson, Julian Huppert, Michael Moore, Lisa Smart and Layla Moran. It’s a win/win.

 

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3 Comments

  • Glenn Andrews 9th Apr '15 - 2:52pm

    Will they serve a wafer thin mint after this dinner?

  • Peter Andrews 9th Apr '15 - 6:43pm

    Fawlty Towers not Fawlty Tours

  • Richard Underhill 28th Feb '18 - 5:00pm

    John Cleese is back in the UK, although in his sunset years. Good news for Liberal Democrats, Amnesty International and thought through policy on devolution. How about another PPB?

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