Lib Dem conferences come with quite a lot of paperwork, which makes the Liberal Democrat conference app very handy to help keep on top of all the information. … Read the full post »
Read here about the Liberal Democrats, including changes to how the party is run, new decisions on what should be party policy and other internal decisions and activities.
Two of the key parts of the Liberal Democrat policy process are the Federal Policy Committee (FPC) and the party’s federal conferences, which you can read more about in my posts specifically about them.
Have you joined the Liberal Democrats in the last few years? If so, it’d be great if you could do this survey on your experience of what it’s like joining the party. … Read the full post »
The agenda for the Lib Dem federal conference coming up in Bournemouth, the first with Jo Swinson as party leader, is now out. … Read the full post »
How is the new registered supporter scheme working out for the Liberal Democrats? Here are some key statistics from the first three months. … Read the full post »
With a hung Parliament looking so likely, a quick recap of the Liberal Democrat triple lock process for negotiating with other parties may come in useful. … Read the full post »
Increasingly, I’m finding myself spending time on a form of political matchmaking, trying to help would-be new Liberal Democrat activists find the best way to get involved in the party. … Read the full post »
Writing this week in the Evening Standard, Vince Cable has repeated his call to legalise assisted dying, a topic on which he changed his mind earlier this year. … Read the full post »
It’s a nice problem for a local party to have: what to do with some new Liberal Democrat members. Here are some ways to make the most of that opportunity. … Read the full post »
Vince Cable has launched the European Parliament election manifesto for the Liberal Democrats, complete with a choice of two front pages: “Stop Brexit” or “Bollocks to Brexit”. … Read the full post »
You can join the Liberal Democrats quickly, easily and safely online. Membership starts at just £12 a year (£6 for the under-26s on benefits or £1 for students). … Read the full post »