Posts Tagged “#ldconf”

What Lib Dem members think about the NHS Bill: 57% opposed, but majority might back it if significantly amended

by Stephen Tall on March 8, 2012

We’ve been surveying the views of current Lib Dem members this week on your views on the NHS Bill. Over 500 responded, and here’s what you told us… A majority of Lib Dem members – and a majority of Lib Dem members who will be voting delegates at the party’s spring conference at NewcastleGateshead this […]

Lib Dem conference 2010: open thread #ldconf

by Stephen Tall on September 22, 2010

The thousands of Lib Dem members who made it to Liverpool this week for the party conference will be arriving home now, probably tired, in need of a healthy square meal, and perhaps a tad hungover. Here’s your opportunity to tell Voice readers what you made of it all: the highlights (and any lowpoints), the […]

What did you make of Nick Clegg’s conference speech?

by Stephen Tall on September 20, 2010

As the music fades, and the hoardes of conference delegates file out of the Liverpool hall, what did Voice readers make of what he had to say? Here’s my first impression… First, and above all, this was a sober speech. It wasn’t a barn-stormer, it didn’t grip by the throat or tug the heart-strings. This […]

LibDemVoice.org ‘Fairer? For Whom?’ fringe with Evan Harris, Susan Kramer, Will Straw (and me) – Listen Again

by Stephen Tall on September 20, 2010

The second of the LibDemVoice.org conference events took place Sunday lunchtime at the conference arena in the mysteriously unsignposted Hall 1B (which appeared to be nowhere near either Hall 1, nor Hall 1C). After weeks, months even, of careful planning (…)

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Evan Harris, Susan Kramer, Will Straw. And me. The Lib Dem Voice fringe, Sunday (1-2pm)

by Stephen Tall on September 19, 2010

There is a stellar line-up of speakers for this Sunday lunchtime’s LibDemVoice.org fringe event, titled with perfect grammar, Fairness? For Whom? Debating what the Coalition means for the Lib Dems’ fairness agenda will be two first-rate former Lib Dems MPs, (…)

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For the record, I am not Nick Cohen #ldconf

by Stephen Tall on September 18, 2010

‘Can the Liberal Democrats stope the BNP?’ That’s the title of a fringe event I’m chairing this Monday, 21st September, 1 til 2pm, at the Jury’s Inn Liverpool, room 7. It was originally to be chaired by Nick Cohen, but (…)

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