We have, at long last, had some good press this week. The Guardian Editorial today reported "The case for supporting the Liberal Democrats is now very strong."
Polly Toynbee came out in support today too writing: "On the economy or crime co-operation, "stronger together, poorer apart" is a good Lib Dem pro-EU slogan. They best deserve the vote of every pro-European on Thursday."
The Observer extolled the virtues of the Lib Dems on Sunday: "This Thursday's vote is being held in a uniquely febrile climate. It should be about Europe; it will be about the expenses scandal. On both counts, it is a moment to reward the principled consistency of the Liberal Democrats."
And to top it all a poll in the Sunday Telegraph putting the Lib Dems on 25% - ahead of Labour. Not that I pay too much attention to polls but it's nice to have a good rating all the same.
We've been working hard to get our message across about the necessity for international cooperation and reform. We are internationalists and reformers after all. Let's hope it pays off on Thursday.