The Elephant Interviews… Vince Cable: the man who knows

Happy New Year fluffy friends!

As you know, 2009 is going to be a bit of a TRICKY year for the economy. Mr Frown, the Prime Monster, is throwing money at the problem like there is no tomorrow (and who knows, if there’s a General Election, he may be right at least as far as his government is concerned).

Meanwhile, the Conservatory Party under Mr Balloon has drafted one-time Chancellor Mr Ken Clarke, who knows a thing or two about tripling the national debt!

So with that in mind, who better to talk to than Mr Dr Vince Cable, Great Britain’s officially favourite politician, the only person to impress Evan Davis on the Today Programme, and the guiding hand behind the Liberal Democrats CONSISTENTLY being the only party to anticipate AND have a plan for the downturn.

Dr Vince has kindly offered to see us in Westminster at 6pm on Monday 9th March (yes, the day after Spring Conference finishes in Harrogate).

Our team of diarists is raring to get the New Year going, but never forget that this is an opportunity for YOU as well!

If you have a Blog on which to write up the interview, or even if you would like to write it all up for Lib Dem Voice, then come and join us.

If you are interested, please e-mail me at [email protected]; places as usual available on a first-come-first-served basis. See you soon!

Love from Millennium

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