Catchup – too busy to blog!

Once again, I’ve been too busy of late to blog. So here’s a quick catchup on what I’ve been up to over the last few weeks:

– attended the service of blessing for the re-opening of St Mary Islington’s crypt with former Archbishop George Carey
– welcomed party President Ros Scott to our Pizza & Politics evening
– spent a morning visiting businesses, from pharmacies to Fish Central, in Finsbury
– speaking to black community churches at the WOSEM ‘Prayer for Islington’ event
– raising poor breast cancer screening and referral rates with Islington NHS
– continued to campaign for justice for Equitable Life investors
– wearing pink to support breast cancer charities
– lobbied for MPs to back the 10:10 targets for government (Emily Thornberry didn’t)
– attending the Friends of Barnard Park AGM
– meeting Essex Road traders, jointly campaigning against Labour hikes in business rates
– meeting Nick Clegg to discuss London issues
– meeting council leader Terry Stacy to discuss local services
– meeting leaders of Islington’s Somali community
– attending Remembrance ceremonies
– various interviews and meetings with City University students
– dealt with casework from housing to hunting
– knocking on doors across the constituency
– speaking at Islington Lib Dem AGM

plus a long weekend in Amsterdam (that’s it for holidays til after the election!)

Now I’m off to give the opening speech at London Region Lib Dem conference, which meets today at City University, followed this evening by a Q&A on climate change at All Saints church, Caledonian Road, after their showing of the ‘Age of Stupid’.

Busy busy, but I love it!

1 Comment »

  1. Jack said

    Be busy, be happy!

    That’s life.

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