Autumn Conference again cut to four days

If you are booking your accommodation for Federal Conference in Bournemouth, there is some news from the Federal Conference Committee that you should be aware of. Its vice-chair, Zoe O’Connell, tweeted today:

No doubt Zoe will tell us more about the reasoning behind the decision in her regular FCC report.

* Caron Lindsay is Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

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2 Comments

  • Geoff Hinchliffe 29th Jan '17 - 10:17am

    To those members who cannot afford the time off work, or the money, this makes no real difference – just one less day to feel disenfranchised

  • Martin Walker 1st Feb '17 - 1:22pm

    The far south of England yet again? Disappointing.

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