+++ BREAKING: Lib Dems to debate Freedom, Creativity and the Internet tomorrow

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In a close vote in the conference hall, Lib Dem conference delegates decided to debate “Freedom, Creativity and the Internet” as the single emergency motion to be considered tomorrow.

The alternative NHS motion was narrowly edged out.

Promoters of the Freedom, Creativity and the Internet motion hope that it will send a clear signal of the Lib Dems both understanding and supporting a liberal position on enforcement of copyright laws online.

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  • I understand the motion put to a vote is slightly amended from the version we have seen so far due to being too long for an emergency motion. Does anyone have the text of the actual motion that won the ballot today?

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