LDV wishes Norman Lamb well


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The Liberal Democrat Voice team would like to send our heartfelt best wishes to Norman Lamb as he recovers from his “very minor stroke”.

It’s no exaggeration to say that Norman is a much loved member of the Lib Dem family. His personal courage, energy and passion are much admired.

Take care, Norman, and we hope you recover well!

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13 Comments

  • Yeovil Yokel 13th Apr '18 - 9:51am

    Just taking a break from chain harrowing in the soggy conditions and saw this on the BBC News website. Take good care of yourself, Norman, the country needs thoroughly decent people like you. As my mother said to me many years ago, “Stop putting other people first for a change!”

  • John Marriott 13th Apr '18 - 10:37am

    Possibly one of the best leaders the Lib Dems never had – but it’s still not too late.

  • Richard Underhill 13th Apr '18 - 10:43am

    Working too hard? Take Sunday off! Genesis 1, 2-3

  • Best wishes Norman. We, and the good people of North Norfolk, need you back, but make sure you take long enough to fully recover first.

  • Lorenzo Cherin 13th Apr '18 - 12:26pm

    The feeling of any in politics, quite apart from those in his party for whom, among many of us he is one of our most liked and admired politicians, is , get well, Norman, take a good bit of time to recover, our regards to you .

  • Sue Sutherland 13th Apr '18 - 12:40pm

    Get well soon Norman.

  • Eddie Sammon 13th Apr '18 - 4:00pm

    Best wishes Norman.

  • Catherine Jane Crosland 14th Apr '18 - 7:43am

    Thinking of you, Norman, and sending you very best wishes for a full and rapid recovery. Please look after yourself, and don’t feel guilty about taking time off for rest and relaxation 🙂

  • One of the best politicians in any party – make sure you think of yourself first for now.

  • I wish Norman all the best, and a speedy recovery, but please take the time you need to look after yourself.

  • John Barrett 15th Apr '18 - 10:49pm

    Best wishes to Norman, Mary and the boys at this difficult time.

    We all hope you have a speedy recovery and return to full strength soon.

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