The Elephant Interviews… Ed Davey

Hello fluffy friends,

I must start with a big fluffy THANK YOU to the MPs of the Liberal Democrat Shadow Cabinet who have responded with great generosity and openness to being asked for an interview by a soft toy and ordinary party member.

We had a jolly good interview with Liberal Democrat Shadow Foreign Secretary Mr Ed Davey last week. Not only was he generous with his time but he even bought the drinks to go with our doughnuts!

He had a lot to say about that infamous walkout from the House of Commons – that it wasn’t at all planned and that he WAS really really cross! And he talks about our position on the Lisbon Treaty, how is OPTIMISTIC about the outcome of the American election, and how we should be diplomatic and even-handed in our approach to the Middle East conflict.

But you can read all about it from:

Mr Gavin here;

Me here;

Mr James (G) here;

Ms Merel here; and

Me (again) here; and

Mr Gavin (again) here.

Look out for write ups from Mr Jonny – here – and
Ms Linda – here – too!

Next time, towards the end of March, we hope to be interviewing the Party Leader, Mr Clogg himself, to see how he has done after 100 days. Watch out for the invites nearer the time!

Love from Millennium

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