Julian Huppert MP writes… Help shape party policy on immigration and identity

The Liberal Democrat Federal Policy Committee has announced the formation of a new policy working group “Immigration and Identity” and would like to invite members to apply for membership.

Obviously this is a sensitive and important area of policy so we are keen to get as many applications as possible. We hope that you will consider applying and helping us develop new policies in this area as we head towards 2015.

If you are interested please contact [email protected] for an application form.

Update: The deadline has now passed; thanks to all those who applied.

* Julian Huppert was the Liberal Democrat MP for Cambridge from 2010-15

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