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Setting the Agenda: Liberal Democrat One Day Manifesto Conference
London School of Economics, 12 January 2008 (10.00-18.00)

The Liberal Democrat Manifesto Group is organising a special one day conference to give party members an opportunity to contribute to the development of the party’s next general election manifesto. It will involve leading figures in the party and invited guest speakers and will be modelled on the successful 2006 ‘Meeting the Challenge’ Conference.

This conference will include:
* an opening keynote speech by the new leader;
* a major debate on the political challenges presented by the other parties, and the political opportunities for the Liberal Democrats;
* a question and answer panel on the best way to improve public services;
* and a series of breakout workshops run by party organisations and think-tanks.

A full agenda for the day will be published in early December.

Last time, places at the one day conference were fully booked well in advance. Party members wishing to register now should visit www.libdems.org.uk/conference/manifestogroup.html

Registration during November will cost £30 including lunch and refreshments (£20 concessions).

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4 Comments

  • James Graham 8th Nov '07 - 12:12pm

    Are you going to be inviting organisations to run breakout sessions, like with Meeting the Challenge?

  • Geoffrey Payne 8th Nov '07 - 1:52pm

    I hope the New Economics Foundation are invited.

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