LDVideo: The ladder, the elephant and the bird that flies to the left

Today’s Sunday Politics featured three parliamentarians putting forward new ideas for their party logos. We wonder if they actually tried to find an MP, or whether the BBC  just went to Matthew Oakeshott to give him the chance to do his traditional “Let’s get rid of Nick Clegg” pre-Conference spiel.

Anyway, here are the efforts they came up with. I actually think Halfon’s had the best rationale, although I expect a health and safety adviser would have had something to say about unsafe working practices.

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3 Comments

  • Alisdair McGregor 2nd Mar '14 - 4:34pm

    Most of the LibDems would be preferring to fly up, I think.

  • Or fly in any direction at all, rather than sitting around waiting to be thrown out with the cage.

  • Paul Pettinger 2nd Mar '14 - 5:59pm

    Only two Matthew Oakeshott put downs by LDV in 24 hours – it’s almost as if there are lots of other people who are interested in things he has to say

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