Because we know you love a conference gallery.
Here’s the Scottish Lib Dems in Aberdeen.
“Oh God, what’s happened to my life?”
“I’m not sure this is enough vodka, but sod it.”
“Please, take my wife.”
A man catches a glimpse of the abyss.
“Put your hands up if you think we’re getting wiped out in May.”
A surprising visit from a young time-travelling Yorkshire Ripper.
“Go back to your constituencies and prepare for government!”
This was peak crowd, during Danny Alexander’s speech in which he dismissed the Tories, Labour and SNP as respectively “heartless”, “clueless” and “reckless”, thereby providing us with three-quarters of the title for this piece.
The three Furies (and a bloke).
“The SNP would rather have a duel with Westminster than dual the A9”, smirks the man from one of the parties who forced the SNP to pay for the Edinburgh trams in 2007 when they actually wanted to dual the A9.
“I’ll be back, and we’ll be back!”
The world’s most depressing selfie.
Alexander gets a belated, reluctant and very partial standing ovation.
The main attraction of day 1 exits in triumph. Most still seated.
The Lib Dems’ best hope is their breeding programme.
One of the UK’s parties of government gathers its strength for an election.
Two people got this joke.
There was a vote on a motion amendment during the webcast.
The amendment, debated immediately after Alexander’s speech, passed by 39 votes to 24, meaning there were officially 63 delegates in the audience, excluding the press.
“Please don’t witness my shame.”
We know how you feel, buddy. We were watching it too.