Even if you’re not going to the Bournemouth Conference, you can still take part! The conference featuresthree Question & Answer sessions, where questions are welcome from all Party members, whether you’rethere in person or not.
Sunday 20th September
(afternoon) - with
Nick Clegg MP
, the Leader of the Liberal Democrats
Monday 21st September
: Panel including Chris Huhne MP (Shadow HomeSecretary), Jan Berry (Independent Reducing Bureaucracy Advocate), Juliet Lyon (Director, Prison ReformTrust) and Professor Larry Sherman (Wolfson Professor of Criminology, University of Cambridge)
Tuesday 22nd September
: Panel including Vince Cable MP (Shadow Chancellorof the Exchequer), Jeremy Purvis MSP (Scottish Liberal Democrat Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Finance andSustainable Growth), Cllr Howard Sykes (Leader, Oldham Council) and Liam Halligan (Chief Economist ofProsperity Capital Management and Economic commentator, ‘Sunday Telegraph’)If you can’t make it to Conference, you can still send questions to ask.
For the session with Nick Clegg, email email@example.com . The deadline is 12.40, Sunday 20th September.And you can email questions to the Crime or Economy sessions to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 17.00 on Thursday 17th September.
In all cases, please keep your questions concise - 25 words maximum. If you are going to conference, please submityour questions onsite rather than by this route. See the agenda for details.There will be more ways in which you can keep in touch with conference onLibDems.org.uk, including live videocoverage online and highlights on YouTube. There will be more details nearer the time.
Not going to Conference? Don’t worry, you can still take part!
A fresh start for Britain
Lib Dems head for Bournemouth for last autumn conference before election
The Liberal Democrat Conference in Bournemouth thismonth will debate the key policy proposals on whichcandidates will fight the General Election.
A Fresh Start for Britain
will be debated on the morning ofTuesday 22nd September and candidates are stronglyencouraged to attend and take part in the debate.Nick Clegg said:
With Labour finished and much of the country still unconvinced that Cameron’s Conservatives offer anything better, this is an extremely exciting time for our party.The ideas we agree in Bournemouth will shape the choices we offer voters at the next General Election.
The key themes are:
tax cuts for people on low and middle incomes paidfor by closing loopholes for the wealthy;
creating green jobs to help the economy recover andmake our environment more sustainable;
making sure every child gets the best chance in life.
Northern Night Reception
Sponsored by ANEC andNorthumbria WaterBryanston SuiteHighcliffe Hotel8:15pm,Mon 21st SeptemberAll are welcomeAny queries call0191 240 1084