Monday extras open thread: Breakfast, lunch and party

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Today is the day to do breakfast. Let us know if it was worth getting up early to attend one of the many breakfast fringe meetings.

There is much going on throughout the rest of the day – have you noticed that fringe meetings have crept into the business day now?  Whether you want to hear about good parking management, drink driving, end-of-life priorities, aviation, experiments on animals, mental health, farming, trams, police constables or internships, you may want to end the evening celebrating the UK music industry at a party with Danny Alexander.

Here’s a photo of Stephen Tall not paying attention at the fringe meeting where Stephen was busted not paying attention while the eminent pollster Sir Bob Worcester was outlining our election prospects;

Stephen not paying atteniton

How to find out what is happening

You can view or download the directory, which lists all the fringe meetings.

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

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