Monthly Archives: March 2010

>Caron’s Corkers – 31st March

>Who would believe that on the last day of March I’d be waking up to a couple of inches of snow! The poor rabbits! They’ve been losing their thick Winter coats so we’ve had to give them lots of extra … Continue reading

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>Watch out, the Labservatives are about!

>What’s that old French phrase, plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose – basically shorthand for things just stay the same. A bit like the last 65 years in British politics! Today the Labservatives sprung into action with their … Continue reading

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>Ask the Chancellors: The Morning After

>As you know, I was a bit impressed with our boy last night. But don’t take my word for the fact that he was good. He didn’t have quite so far to go to convince me, but he gets a … Continue reading

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>My 3 little words on the Chancellors

>I am confined to the Blackberry so won't be writing any long analysis of the Chancellors' debate on Channel 4 right now. I admit to real nerves before it started. The Almighty Vince, as the only contender with any sort … Continue reading

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>Is SNP’s new housing scheme any good?

>I know it’s early in the morning, and I don’t want to seem churlish or anything, but it seems at first glance that the SNP’s new big idea on affordable housing is a bit like trying to shift 10 tonnes … Continue reading

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>Dan and Dan’s Daily Mail Song

>I’ve been itching to see this since yesterday when it started being heavily touted round Twitter by people I like such as the lovely Mister Doctor Chocaholic and fellow Lib Dem Blogger and F1 fan Jeremy Rowe. It fulfils all … Continue reading

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>Caron’s Corkers – 27th March

>If you read nothing else today: Bridget Fox writes for Lib Dem Voice on our MPs’ activities re the Digital Economy Bill since her successful efforts to change our party’s direction on this. Cicero wonders why we’re not making more … Continue reading

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