Category Archives: Laura

Laura: 21 moments for 21 fabulous years

I love my wonderful niece Laura. 21 years ago today, she appeared on the scene 6 weeks earlier than expected, in the middle of a Liberal Democrat Conference. So I have to nip home this evening from a Liberal Democrat … Continue reading

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What a difference 20 years makes, Laura

Almost exactly at this moment 20 years ago, Bob and I were at Liberal Democrat conference in Harrogate. I just happened to casually glance up at a screen and see my name there – with an instruction to go to the … Continue reading

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Catching a Beatle in Liverpool and the Hard Day’s Night Hotel

The Adventures of two Beatles obsessives and a Responsible Adult in Liverpool Part One I may have briefly mentioned in passing on Twitter and Facebook that I went to Liverpool this week with my gorgeous niece Laura to see Paul … Continue reading

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Excitement Central: I’m going to see Paul McCartney in Liverpool!

The very first single I ever bought with my own pocket money was Wings’ Mull of Kintyre. It might not be the height of fashion now but in 1977 most of the population were, like me, totally captivated by a … Continue reading

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Awkward moment of the day…..

So, last night I was very proud of myself. Managing to get technology to work is such a mystery to me that I always feel some sense of achievement, even if it’s something any self respecting geek could do under … Continue reading

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>Laura – a wonderful niece reaches 16

>It was 16 years ago tomorrow, 16th, when I was wandering idly through Harrogate Conference Centre at Lib Dem Conference, that I saw a notice on one of the screens that I should contact reception. It turns out that my … Continue reading

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