The Apollo Project
Liberal Ideas for the 21st Century
Sunday, January 22, 2006
Time to draw together
By Peter

It is not a great time for a story like this to break.

Ming's message for the party to "draw together" hits the right note.

According to the North London Online he has said:

"No party is entirely subject to what happens to any one individual. The party is much bigger than that. My task as acting leader is to secure a sense of unity and purpose. We have a strong political agenda. We have a sense of purpose, we have great deal to do and a great opportunity in which to do it."

I think that is right. Time to get back to business.
posted by Peter Pigeon @ 2:37 pm  
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