Nick Clegg arrives at conference

Nick Clegg Glasgow conference by Paul Walter 2014

My photo here shows Nick Clegg arriving at the conference in Glasgow at noon today. He chats briefly with the four Presidential candidates, from left to right: Sal Brinton, Linda Jack, Liz Lynne and Daisy Cooper. The four candidates were hot foot from the first Presidential hustings of the conference, which was packed.

* Paul Walter is a Liberal Democrat activist. He is currently taking a break from his role as one of the Liberal Democrat Voice team. He blogs at Liberal Burblings.

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4 Comments

  • Ruth Bright 4th Oct '14 - 5:23pm

    Nice picture of Linda, Daisy, Sal and Lynne. Who’s the guy again?

  • Stephen Hesketh 4th Oct '14 - 7:04pm

    Looks like he’s arrived for a funeral. Hopefully the watching security man will send him on his way.

  • John Roffey 4th Oct '14 - 7:04pm

    It is the leader of the Party, who is going to deliver a barnstorming speech, that will bring the whole Party together – so that we can move forward to the GE united in a single cause.

    The question is, what have one of the ladies said that him seems to have him stuck for an answer?

  • I can’t think of any good reason why you’ve let this man continue as leader. What will he be doing this time next year? Anyone care to hazard a guess? I’m fairly sure he won’t be picking up the pieces.

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