How the Lib Dem Press Office spent Eurovision

The Lib Dem Press Office’s work rate at the moment is nothing short of phenomenal. They are putting out so many press releases and comments. It’s all good stuff.

Despite working even more flat out than usual for pretty much a moth, it’s been good tonight to see that they haven’t lost their sense of humour.

Eurovision is a bit like Lib Dem Christmas and whoever was running the press office’s Twitter account was certainly in the festive spirit.

It’s nice to know that they are thinking ahead, too. Although heaven help us…

And they got involved in a scrap, too. Although I suspect their crystal ball is a wee bit wonky:

And they tried to pick a fight with Labour:

Roisin Miller pointed out a difference in approach with the Conservatives.

Actually, I’d be disappointed if they were only on wine. Tacky cocktails, surely?

We now know why they’ve been quiet for a bit.

Brexit, you’ll be happy to know, does not affect our participation.

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

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4 Comments

  • Working flat out for a moth, eh? Rotten moth. I bet it doesn’t even pay them properly 😉

  • Neil Sandison 15th May '17 - 2:54pm

    Good Saturday night started with a cautionary tale about rampant capitalism where you had to pay for the air that you breathed .(Dont tell conservative central office ) followed up by Eurovision .Well done Portugal simple stripped back song with no techno gimics .

  • Jennie, the Moth just eats holes in tory policies 🙂

  • Richard Underhill 18th May '17 - 5:58pm

    ?Who is Paul Nuttall’s successor as UKIP leader? Will s/he be in charging of boosting sales of the Sun on Merseyside?

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