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Liberal Democrat spring conference agenda: Covid-19, Europe and more

The Liberal Democrat Federal Spring Conference updated agenda is now out. It’s an online conference again, with further innovations following our online success last autumn:

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The innovation with conference timings has continued. Without the need for people to have time to travel home on the Sunday, conference will now run for a full day. This makes it the longest spring conference since the epic 1990s Nottingham conference that was extended to a bank holiday Monday to get in all the procedural business.

This spring will also see a new party awards slot. Previously these were presented only at autumn conference, but we’re expanding the range of party awards and presenting three of them at spring.

I’m also very glad that Federal Conference Committee (FCC) agreed to give our local government base a good presence on the main agenda with two different presentations during the weekend. There are also extended time slots for fringe meetings, responding to one of the pieces of feedback from our first virtual conference.

Finally, you may notice that this is an updated document now, containing all the additional information about amendments that use to appear in a separate Conference Extra document. Integrating all the information into the one document means you will no longer need to juggle different documents to know what is happening during debates.

Make sure you don’t miss out on the fun of conference by registering now.

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