Gateshead Gossip #2

As everyone heads home from Gateshead, I thought I’d just share with you a few more snippets of gossip from the weekend.

A certain parliamentarian jumped past everyone in the security queue with a definite air of superiority. They can’t have been in that much of a hurry, because they were able to find time to spend 10 minutes chatting at the entrance.

When Nick Clegg paid tribute to Chris Huhne during his speech, the hall erupted in applause – and none other than his former wife Vicky Pryce was seen joining in.

And, finally, we are glad to bring you the good news that Lembit Opik’s book has one avid reader, spotted at the Liberal Left fringe last night. Sadly, that reader was Lembit himself.

* Caron Lindsay is Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

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  • Unless you tell us who it was, who jumped the queue, your piece has no value.

  • Oh I don’t know, I for one cherish the thought of Limpid Oatcake trying to promote his book the only way he can…

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