Merry Christmas – and let us know your Liberal Voice nominations

A very merry Christmas from the Lib Dem Voice collective to all readers, contributors and comment-makers.

Christmas is a time of peace, joy, and the perfect opportunity to nominate your Liberal Voice of 2007. Suggestions so far include Mitch Benn, Simon Jenkins and Al Gore. Have your say this Christmas day.

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  • Richard Huzzey 26th Dec '07 - 11:38am

    Tory: Not quite sure what you mean by that. I suspect most Lib Dems have a positive view of Gore; I doubt our MPs have had many chances to appear beside him, but would if they could!

  • Andrew Duffield 26th Dec '07 - 8:42pm

    Given that you want nominations to co-incide with Christmas, I suggest John Sentamu, Archbishop of York, who has taken yet another high profile stand against the forces of tyranny and oppression – this time in Zimbabwe – while his peers and immediate line manager (Cantab) spend ever more time worrying over issues of human sexuality.

    All power to his liberal elbow I say!

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