How to follow what is happening at Spring Conference #LDconf

If you are not in York for the Lib Dem Spring Conference, you can follow what is going on in various ways.

For as-it-happens coverage follow the tweets on #LDconf.

Sadly, although the BBC broadcasts the main Autumn conference each year, it does not cover the Spring one – largely because the other parties do not hold similar events. Instead you can follow the live blog on the party website.

For an independent view, the York Press is making the most of having the conference on its doorstep and is also live blogging.

You will probably find it useful to refer to the full agenda and fringe programme which you can read online or download. Also on the same page you can delve further into the topics by reading the policy papers that inform some of the debates, and catch up with the daily announcements. You can also download the Conference app for Google PlayApple or Windows or Blackberry.

Here on Lib Dem Voice Caron Lindsay provided a useful set of guides to the conference:

 

* Mary Reid is a contributing editor on Lib Dem Voice. She was a councillor in Kingston upon Thames, where she is still very active with the local party, and is the Hon President of Kingston Lib Dems.

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