Duncan Brack stands down as chair of Federal Conference Committee

Following his appointment as a special advisor to Chris Huhne, Duncan Brack has stood down as chair of the party’s Federal Conference Committee (FCC). A key figure in the organisation of party conferences for many years, first as the party’s Director of Policy and then on the FCC, Duncan was Chair for seven years.

This extends a neat chronological sequence of Federal Conference Committee chairs serving for four, five, six and now seven years.

Duncan will be continuing as a member of the Federal Policy Committee (FPC) which I think will provide a welcome extra link between the party’s policy processes and the party’s role in government. (Special Advisers can continue with party activity in their own time.)

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2 Comments

  • Jeremy Hargreaves 24th Jun '10 - 3:42pm

    People may also be interested to know that FCC has elected Andrew Wiseman as the new chair of FCC.

  • Jonathan Hunt 25th Jun '10 - 5:58pm

    The role of Liberal Democrats in the coalition
    has been seen as standing up for the poor.

    George Osborne has rewarded this
    by creating a lot more poor people for
    Lib Dems to stand up for.

    Grauniad letter 25/6/10

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