the Lib Dem leadership contest in pictures

Don’t know who’s Huhne in the Lib Dem leadership contest?  Then this handy cut out and keep guide gives a visual representation of the main runners.

THEME TUNE: The Lib Dem Leadership Contest (to the tune of The Last of the Summer Wine by the late Ronnie Hazlehurst)

The favourite


The second favourite


The no hoper


The other no hoper but believer in own publicity



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4 Responses to the Lib Dem leadership contest in pictures

  1. ravensthorpe says:

    Chris Hune. Chris Hune. Looks like the Creature from the Black Lagoon. He’ll look great on the PPBs especially if he keeps doing the funny blink. A sure winner with the anime generation.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Last Of The Summer Wine
    I had similar thoughts round about the time of the Lib Dem Conference although I was alluding to a different character.
    I hope you don’t mind me posting a link as it is a short flash animation.

    • Re: Last Of The Summer Wine
      Many thanks for that.
      I was thinking about Last of the summer Wine partly due to the Guardian publishing two obituaries for Ronnie Hazlehurst (both with and without the reference to writing the S Club 7 song), and partly due to Ming’s age related comments. That one contender was called Clegg seemed too convenient to pass up 😉 .

  3. boling1616 says:

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