The LDV Bank Holiday Monday caption competition – the “Nick Clegg meets Tardis” edition

There’s no prize at stake – just the opportunity to prove you’re wittier than any other LDV reader …


(Photo: Alex Folkes).

Here’s Nick Clegg campaigning with the Lib Dems’ Manchester Withington MP John Leech at a primary school – but what do you reckon Nick’s saying, or the kids (or John) are thinking?

The winner of our most recent caption competition, the “David Cameron sucks bitter lemon” edition – according to The Voice’s judging panel of one – was this one by Jen.

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16 Comments

  • “Regeneration works in politics too – the great young hope with a change agenda used to look like David Cameron, but now he looks like me!”

  • This is the only phone box that will fit the new parliamentary party in!

  • Andreas Christodoulo 3rd May '10 - 10:26pm

    Mr. Clegg establishes what planet he’s on after the Jeremy Paxman interview.

  • “I wanted to be Dr Who too but I guess prime minister will have to do.”

  • While Nick Clegg and John Leech were meeting the future hopes of the Yellows, the Blues were having their annual congress in the local phone boot.

  • Rob already got there before I could. He wins.

  • Cheltenham Robin 4th May '10 - 8:57am

    A child born today in Galafray will on average die a full 14 year before a child born just up the road in Sontara.

  • “Yes, and half of our party members are obsessed with this Dr Who nonsense as well …..”

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