Contribute to Lib Dem Voice’s coverage of conference

Just a quick reminder that LDV welcomes contributions from all, and none more so than during conference.

Our team is trying to provide a variety of different perspectives of how the conference works, but it is an enormous endeavour, and we welcome pieces from our readers with your experiences of conferences.

Have you been to an interesting fringe you’d like to review? Do you have a different view of what happened in the main hall from how we recorded it here?

You need no experience to submit a piece to the Voice, and neither do you need to have your own blog. Just write 300-500 words in an email and fire it off to [email protected] – fuller details can be found on our “Write for us!” page.

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