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Saturday, October 30, 2004


I have been in Bristol today for the Liberal Democrat Youth and Student Conference. I wish I could say that I was young enough to attend in my own right but I was a guest speaker, which I suppose is as establishment as you can get.

As it was a nice day and as I seem to have been working solidly throughout the half-term recess I took the rest of the day off to look around the very picturesque suburb of Clifton. This area boasts some very classy houses, lots of interesting scenery and some intriguing restaurants.

Although I was tempted by the restaurant specialising in reindeer sausages I decided that discretion was the better part of valour and moved onto an Algerian establishment instead. No doubt the good people of Usk would have been upset at the thought of the main feature of their annual winter parade being served up in this way. They may well have dispensed with using the animals due to a cost-cutting measure but I am sure they would have wanted them to remain safe nevertheless.

Thanks for coming to conference, Peter. Your talk was much appreciated.
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