Eight ways to follow what’s going on at #ldconf in Brighton

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Disco 2014Whether you are in Brighton or not, you can still keep in touch with what’s going on at Conference in a variety of different ways.

Obviously, you can follow the gossip, mischief, analysis and the stuff they won’t put on the party website on here.

The party is producing a daily round up email. Sign up for it here.

Follow the #ldconf hashtag on Twitter.

For a record of all the decisions passed as they happen, follow the Live Blog on the party website.

If you suddenly find that you have some free time and can go to Conference, you can still register online here.

BBC Parliament are covering Conference on Monday and Tuesday. I’m sure that you share the rage that they have decided to go to UKIP Conference instead over the weekend.

Follow the @LibDemDisco Twitter account

All the conference papers, including the Agenda, Directory, Policy papers and Conference Extra, which has all the details of the amendments, can be found here.

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One Comment

  • Lawrence Fullick 17th Sep '16 - 1:01pm

    You failed to say the whole conference is being streamed live at libdems.org.uk/conference-live

    It took some effort to find it.

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