From the Rip of Olla

We hope you enjoyed our bit of fun this morning. For your delectation we’ve now released all the comments that were held in moderation, although we did publish some during the morning from senior members of the Federal Conference Committee.

And we weren’t the only Lib Dems at it.

Lib Dem Hame gave us this rather worrying image: Lembit Opik To Front British Eurovision Entry.

Mark Pack celebrated the launch of a new  PR outfit: Walking Stick PR firm launched – a firm for an ageing country

Then there is this one from Aberavon & Neath Liberal Democrats:  LibDem MPs should resign in favour of women, says Neath candidate. Well, I think it is meant as a joke …

Please add any we have missed in the comments below.


* Mary Reid is a contributing editor on Lib Dem Voice. She was a councillor in Kingston upon Thames, where she is still very active with the local party, and is the Hon President of Kingston Lib Dems.

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