New Lib Dem members’ site goes live

Lib Dem members on email will have received the following message from the party’s interim chief executive Chris Fox this afternoon advertising the new members’ site, designed to complement the main party website and the ACT social networking website.

Dear Stephen,

Today we are launching the new Liberal Democrat members’ website:
This provides a new channel of communication right across the Party and it is an important resource for all party members.

The new members’ website is there to give you the things you need. It includes our latest news, as well as campaigning resources, policy documents and a wide range of information about how the Party’s organised.
This new site is the third stage in our online strategy. We successfully launched the new, and our social action network Act, in the autumn.

You can get to the site via the ‘Members’ button in the top right corner of the home page on or you can go direct to the log-in page at

Best wishes,
Chris Fox
Chief Executive, Liberal Democrats

Have you logged in yet? What are your first impressions? (For example, I like the look of the policy library: seems easy to navigate and handy).

Let us know …

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  • Chris Keating 28th Jan '10 - 4:46pm

    Your email will be reaching you shortly, James….

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