Linda Jack’s day as guest editor

A big thank goes out to all at the Voice to Linda Jack, who has been our guest-editor for today.

Taking the theme of conference reviews, Linda has kept us busy with interviews and articles all day.

For posterity, here’s a list of the posts we have featured today.

Linda is our second guest editor – the first was Mark Valladares, and you can find details of his day here.

If you are interested in taking on the mantle of guest editor for Lib Dem Voice, do please get in touch.

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