Your Chance to Get Involved in The Elephant Interviews… 100 Days of Mr Clogg!

Hello Fluffy Friends!

I hope that everyone who went had a SUPER TIME at Spring Conference and that everyone who couldn’t make it enjoyed the total coverage here on Liberal Democrat Voice!

But now, straight back to work: very soon it will be the 100 day anniversary of new Liberal Party Leader, Mr Nick Clogg. So here is your OPEN INVITATION to join the panel for another bloggers’ interview!

All you need to do is promise to write about it. You can use your own diary or write up what is said for Lib Dem Voice. It couldn’t be easier.

I have already promised one place to the Judges Choice Winner in the Gender Balance Blogging Awards, Citizen Alix of The People’s Republic of Mortimer, but we still have five or six seats round the table for ANYONE to come along and ask Mr Clogg ANYTHING you like. Yes, even about that Europe vote, though there are plenty of other HOT TOPICS, including our new Health Policy and the Budget.

This interview is going to be in London (yes, again) between 6 pm and 7 pm in the evening of Tuesday 25th March.

So if you are able and would like to attend please leave me a message in the comments below, or e-mail me at [email protected] Please, please, please leave me a contact e-mail address because otherwise I cannot get in touch and tell you if you are coming!


In Liverpool, Mr Clogg came BOUNDING up to Daddy Richard in the bar to say:

Tell that elephant we want MORE people able to come along, so he’s got to organise the next interview in Sheffield!”

Well, we TRIED to shift the 100 days interview, but it was rather short notice and Easter hols intrude… so instead I have got an agreement that we will do ANOTHER interview, in about three month’s time and, as promised, it will be in the North for Bloggers (and others) who can more easily get to that (and feel free to stick your marker down in the comments below if you want to get in early and volunteer for that interview too)!

Watch this space for more details coming soon!

So, Sheffield will be next, but London this time and all are welcome, so please sign up to come along!

Love from Millennium

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