The Liberal Democrats hold two federal (i.e. UK-wide) party conferences a year, a weekend in the spring and a week in the autumn. … Read the full post »
Read about the Liberal Democrat Federal Conference Committee (FCC) and its activities below.
For more about Liberal Democrat conferences in general see Lib Dem conference: what you need to know.
One of the persistent myths about the elections for the national committees which (try to) run the Liberal Democrats is that ‘the same old faces keep on getting elected’. … Read the full post »
The results of the Liberal Democrat federal committee elections are now in, and super-thanks to everyone who voted for me, electing me successfully to the Federal Board. … Read the full post »
Holly Matthies has taken up the task of asking all the candidates a set of questions, something which Jennie Rigg pioneered. … Read the full post »
Following on from the Federal Board and the Federal Policy Committee, here are two great candidates to highlight from the list running for Federal Conference Committee. … Read the full post »
For the first time this year, the elections for the main Liberal Democrat committees are being carried out by a ballot of all party members. Here’s what is up for election. … Read the full post »
My 1999 Federal Conference Committee (FCC) manifesto was my favourite even if, on checking the records, I find the photo of the pile of paperwork was not as large as my memory had it. … Read the full post »
All the documents for the forthcoming Liberal Democrat conference in York are now published, including the previously missing conference reports booklet along with the detailed agenda and a consultation paper about how the Liberal Democrats are governed. … Read the full post »
Federal Conference Committee (FCC) chair Andrew Wiseman has announced plans to end this autumn’s Liberal Democrat conference on Tuesday rather than on Wednesday. … Read the full post »
Yesterday, Liberal Democrat conference voted to implement the rule changes to bring in one member one vote (OMOV). What does this mean? … Read the full post »