I’ve just been in touch with one of the Liberal Democrat councillors for the ward up the road from me to line up a Focus delivery round on Monday, 8 March. … Read the full post »
Read about the Liberal Democrat Federal Finance and Resources Committee (FFRC) and its activities.
Prior to the adoption in 2016 of the Governance Review recommendations, it was known as the Federal Finance and Administration Committee (FFAC).
In addition to expanding and improving the reporting back from various party bodies to conference, we’re also doing the same for reporting on what the federal committees are up to via the main party website. … Read the full post »
Catching up on some news from before the coronavirus crisis really hit, welcome to former MEP Barbara Gibson who is the new chair of the party’s Federal People Development Committee (FPDC). … Read the full post »
Following on from the news that Geoff Payne is taking over as FCC chair, the party also has a new chair of the Federal Finance and Resources Committee (FFRC): Tony Harris. … Read the full post »
The Liberal Democrat Federal Board (whose role in the party is a bit like the board of directors of a company) will shortly be holding a series of elections for various key party posts. … 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 »
During the week, the Liberal Democrat Federal Executive (FE) filled the following party posts. … Read the full post »
Federal Executive (FE) report moved by Ros Scott – “I hope it is a sign that you are all fairly happy with the party that the room is emptying so rapidly.” … Read the full post »
With the Liberal Democrat spring federal conference just round the corner, the latest report from the party’s Federal Finance and Administration Committee (FFAC) is out. … Read the full post »
The crowds are flooding through the doors. The good news is that they are leaving the hall … because it’s a sure sign of a party’s financial state whether people are coming or going. … Read the full post »