Posts Tagged “2014 spring conference”

How do we make education evidence-led?

by Stephen Tall on March 10, 2014

That was the topic up for debate on Saturday at the Lib Dem conference fringe meeting organised by CentreForum and the Social Liberal Forum. I was one of the four panellists – speaking with my day-job hat on – alongside (…)

Read the rest of this entry »

Nick Clegg’s speech to the Lib Dem spring conference in full

by Stephen Tall on March 9, 2014

Nick Clegg is just about to begin his speech to bring to a close the Lib Dems’ Spring Conference in York. You can read the full text below. The speech is most striking for its aim to reclaim patriotism. “I love Britain” is the refrain of its opening section (much of which reads a lot […]

Nick Clegg’s speech to the Lib Dem spring conference in full

by Stephen Tall on March 9, 2014

Nick Clegg is just about to begin his speech to bring to a close the Lib Dems’ Spring Conference in York. You can read the full text below. The speech is most striking for its aim to reclaim patriotism. “I love Britain” is the refrain of its opening section (much of which reads a lot […]

Danny Alexander’s speech to Lib Dem conference. (AKA: we need to move beyond lists of achievements.)

by Stephen Tall on March 9, 2014

If you missed it yesterday, you can catch up on Danny Alexander’s speech to the Lib Dem spring conference below. Listening to it, and trying to gauge the reaction of the audience of fellow Lib Dems, a couple of things struck me. First, Danny has definitely improved as a public speaker. After almost four years […]