In Pictures: Malcolm Bruce’s 30th anniversary dinner

On Sunday we brought you news of the dinner in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, to celebrate Malcolm Bruce’s 30th anniversary as MP for Gordon.

Malcolm  Bruce dinnerWe can now bring you a photograph of the assembled company taken on the night.

VIPs included every leader that there has ever been of the Scottish Liberal Democrats, Malcolm, Jim Wallace, Nicol Stephen, Tavish Scott and Willie Rennie, David Steel and Navnit Dholakia, our Deputy Whip in the Lords and our Commons Chief Whip Alistair Carmichael. You can also just about see the top of LDV co-editor Caron Lindsay’s head in the middle of the back row. Click on the picture for a larger view.

 

 

Jenny Marr and Stephen RodenThis photo shows current Liberal Youth Scotland Co-President Jenny Marr with Stephen Rodan, SMK who did the job for the Scottish Young Liberals in 1975. Stephen is now the Speaker of the House of Keys in the Isle of Man and one of his successful campaigns there was to implement votes at 16.

 

 

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