Guest editor today – Paul Walter

Astonishingly the editorial team have seen fit to vacate the LDV control tower and let me guest edit the website for another day. Power! Last time, I contacted mainly old LibDem friends who I’ve worked alongside over the years, and got them to write some fascinating posts. Having now exhausted my slim LibDem “Roladex” of contacts, I took a different approach this time. I randomly approached a number of keen LibDem bloggers and asked them to write a post on any subject. To my pleasant surprise, they responded very ethusiastically with a colourful aray of articles. You could call this, then, “Bloggers’ Takeover day” on LDV.

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3 Comments

  • Steven Ronald 16th Apr '11 - 11:13am

    I guess consistency is nice – but the same image for every post is bad blog art.

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