The Elephant Interviews… at Conference!

Hello Fluffy Friends!

Conference is coming and with it lots more opportunities for BLOGGING!

Do not think that it is all standing around at the Blogger of the Year awards, sipping champagne and throwing sticky buns at the other nonimees, oh no! There are lots MORE exciting things to do.

And to add to all the fun, thanks to the efforts of Ms Helen Duffett we are able to bring you more opportunities for BLOGGERS INTERVIEWS.

On Saturday 13th, at 4pm, we will be meeting with Mr Lembit Opik. Mr Lembit is Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Housing, so he’s just the person to talk to about the Credit Crunch and mortgages. He’s been a councillor in Newcastle and is now, of course, MP for Montgomeryshire. He can also fly a plane.

On Sunday 14th, at 12 noon, we are privileged to be talking to the Queen of Bloggers herself, Ms Lynne Featherstone, MP for Hornsey and Wood Green. She has had experience as Leader of the Opposition on Haringey Council, and as a member of the Greater London Assembly and has served on the Metropolitan Police Committee before being elected to Parliament in 2005. She can’t fly a plane but she can show Boris what for!

If you would like to come along to one or the other – or even both! – please contact me at [email protected]

(If you leave a message in the comments column below that is very nice, but I WON’T get your e-mail address – that goes into Lib Dem Voice’s secret draw – and I won’t be able to get in touch back.)

Or you can try finding my Daddies in the Conference Hotel from Friday.

More exciting news to follow soon, so stay tuned!

See you in Bournemouth

Lots of Love
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Millennium

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