LDV’s Sunday Best: our 7 most-read articles this week

7 ver 4 fullMany thanks to the 31,400  visitors who dropped by Lib Dem Voice this week. Here’s our 7 most-read posts…

Charles Kennedy writes…The Night of the Long Sgian Dubhs (76 comments) by Charles Kennedy

Charles Kennedy 1959-2015 (82 comments) by Caron Lindsay

Daily Mail on how Charles Kennedy was “hounded” by the SNP in the run-up to the election (60 comments) by Caron Lindsay

Tributes to Charles Kennedy (27 comments) by Caron Lindsay

Opinion: Profiting from not selling out. Let’s start (up) (115 comments) by Alain Desmier

Charles Kennedy – a life in pictures (9 comments) by The Voice

In Full: Nick Clegg’s Commons tribute to Charles Kennedy (4 comments) by The Voice

 

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