The wisdom of Liberal Democrat party conference

Of course, I’ve never heard anyone rubbish policy decisions made by Liberal Democrat conference, so this is only of academic interest.

But I am an academic of sorts (Wednesday nights at City University).

Compare and contrast:

  1. The motion on the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) passed at Liberal Democrat conference last autumn, and
  2. The views of the cross-party Home Affairs Select Committee, just out.

You’ll find that pretty much everything the party called for in the autumn is now being called for by the cross-party group of MPs. Just goes to show the wisdom of conference…


3 responses to “The wisdom of Liberal Democrat party conference”

  1. Ditto draft Communications Data Bill – spring conference amendment & scrutiny panel recommendations 😉

  2. and that's the difference between us and the other two…members making our policy = what regular people think and believe. More people who are not engaged in politics need to see how we do things, I think so many more would realise that Lib Dems are the future and are the party for non political people to vote for.

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