Monthly Archives: December 2007

>Steve Webb is popular as well as real

>Steve Webb’s experience with Facebook has sent some ripples of laughter round the blogosphere. it is quite ironic that they booted out their biggest Lib Dem proponent. Thankfully he now appears to have been rightfully restored. I can imagine the … Continue reading

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>Commiserations to Chris Huhne

>We all know how it feels to lose an election, particularly by a very small margin. I was very impressed with the graceful way in which Chris Huhne congratulated Nick Clegg this afternoon. It must have been a very difficult … Continue reading

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>Confident Clegg vows to reach out

>Unsurprisingly, since I’ve been waxing lyrical in his support for some weeks now, I am delighted that Nick Clegg has been elected leader today. His warmth and genuine and engaging manner will bring many to consider the Liberal Democrats as … Continue reading

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>The Best Street in the World

>The street I live in has to be one of the best in the entire world. Tonight 30 of us went to see Joseph in Edinburgh. On Saturday, we are having our street Christmas Party. This year we have celebrated … Continue reading

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>Joseph opens in Edinburgh

>This time last year, Keith Jack was working in Tesco, Dalkeith, directing irate shoppers to the sausagemeat and wrestling with huge piles of Christmas baubles and selection boxes. I can’t imagine that he realistically thought that a year on he’d … Continue reading

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>Another Ten Reasons to vote for Nick Clegg

>Linda Jack has given her 10 reasons to vote for Nick Clegg, all of which I can agree with. I doubt I can do it as eloquently as her, but I feel I should have a try: He is a … Continue reading

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>Snow Poem

>As it’s approaching Christmas, I thought I’d share with you a sweet poem written by my daughter Anna and her school friend Caitlin (both 8): Snow Poem You can……Slide down the slippery slopeSink in the soggy sllushSmile at the splendid … Continue reading

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