Monday debates open thread: Flooding and equal marriage (unconnected, of course)

There is a definite theme to this morning’s agenda – climate change, flooding and housing – while the afternoon highlights core Lib Dem values with a presentation on equal marriage followed by a debate on equalities. In between we hear from some of the heavyweights in the party (in the non-literal sense) and we throw questions at Nick Clegg.

Please adds your comments on anything that is happening today in the main hall.

Today’s timetable

09.00–10.00
F19 Policy motion: Adapting to Climate Change in the UK

10.00–10.20
F20 Speech: Kirsty Williams AM

10.20–11.20
F21 Policy motion: Building the Affordable Homes We Need

11.20–12.20
F22 Policy motion: Flooding: A New High Water Mark

12.20–12.40
F23 Speech: Rt Hon Vince Cable MP

14.20–14.40
F24 Presentation: Same Sex Marriage

14.40–15.00
F25 Speech: Jo Swinson MP

15.00–15.45
F26 Q&A session with Rt Hon Nick Clegg MP

15.45–17.15
F27 Policy motion: Expanding Opportunity, Unlocking Potential (Equalities Policy Paper)

17.15–18.00
F28 Reports: Parliamentary Parties of the Liberal Democrats

How to follow what is going on

You can view or download the agenda, directory and policy papers.

You can instal the Conference app from the App store or from Google Play or view it on Blackberry or Windows phones.

You can watch the debates live on BBC Parliament – today’s schedules.

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