The Elephant Interviews… The President

Hello again, fluffy friends!

So a new President has been elected, scoring a stunning victory based on a grass roots campaign and famous badges! Tragically Baroness Ros ISN’T in the White House, but the GOOD NEWS for us is that that means she will be coming to Spring Conference and has made time in her packed diary for a Bloggers’ Interview at 3pm on Saturday 7th March. Yes We Can!

President Ros was elected on a pledge to be a link between the members and the leadership, so this is your opportunity to try that out! Ms Ros also has a strong background in Local Government, having led the Liberal Democrats who co-ran Suffolk County Council and been a founder member of the Local Government Association.

So if you want to ask the chair of the Federal Executive just how the Lib Dems’ decision making processes are being changed, and how that will make them more accountable (or even understandable!); or if you want to ask a “key external face of the Party” just what we’re doing to commutate with communities, businesses and interest groups, not to mention potential supporters, then this is your chance.

If you are interested we have three or four places, available, as usual on a first-come-first-served basis; please e-mail me at [email protected] to join the team.

See you in Harrogate!

Love from Millennium
(Now read my diary!)

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