What is Kirsty Williams up to these days?

We miss Kirsty Williams and the fantastic contribution she made as Wales’ Education Minister.

So what is she up to these days?

She gave a couple of pointers as to how she is living her best life on Twitter yesterday:

And then, later, she was sitting in front of CNN to find out the outcome of the Republican attempt to get rid of Democrat Governor of California Gavin Newsom on dubious grounds. Thankfully if tailed, by a lot.

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  • John Marriott 15th Sep '21 - 5:38pm

    Swopping the Lib Dems for a llama? Must say something! Hope it hasn’t got TB. Oh no, that was an alpaca, wasn’t it?

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