LDV Saturday caption competition: “It’s Sarah Teather by a head” edition

There’s no prize at stake – just the opportunity to prove you’re wittier than any other LDV reader …

(Credit: Dave Radcliffe via Flickr).

Here’s Lib Dem MP Sarah Teather addressing conference delegates at the Liberal Democrat 2010 Spring conference in Birmingham – what do you think she might be saying, or her audience might be thinking?

The winner of our most recent caption competition, the “Kennedy points the way to Clegg” edition – according to The Voice’s judging panel of one – was this one by LKD.

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  • George Morris 28th Aug '10 - 1:47pm

    “You know how the press are always talking about a split in the Liberal Democrats? Well…”

  • gramsci's eyes 28th Aug '10 - 6:59pm

    “Do I hear £5 for this soul”.

    “Cost cutting cardboard MPs found to be just as useful”

    “Sci-fi transportation belt found to be of limited use”

    “MP’s twin found legless at conference””

    “Cameron acolyte introduces 33p minimum wage and new LIb-Dem slogan”

  • Cheltenham Robin 28th Aug '10 - 9:07pm

    Sarah saying:

    “Ignore that imposter behind me telling you that the Tories can’t be trusted to run our country. I am the real Sarah Teather and I am here to tell you about the wonderful things that we are achieving with our brave coalition partners”

  • “And have no fear conference we shall never sell out our principles of progressive compassionate policies to the vile Torys”. Er whats that you say my own department salary office and everything wow.”Errrr on second thoughts onward with cuts stuff the poor and destroy the state”.

  • Ok try this …”fear not conference because while our new Tory masters slash jobs and services vilify the poor and vunerable and wipe out your childrens prospects we shall be busey doing feeble pathetic twee whimsical silly caption competitions a pre school girls comic would reject.

  • Harry Hayfield 27th Apr '11 - 1:23pm

    Sarah Teather MP (Lib Dem, Brent Central) announces the way that Liberal Democrats will be able to multi task in the run up to the elections on May 5th. Carboard cutouts will sit in Parliament whilst the real MP’s campaign. When asked if the system will work she said “I give you the example of the honourable member for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath who has signed up to the scheme already!”

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