The MP conference fringe league table

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Using the official information on which MP is attending which fringe meeting, this is how the league table looks:

17
Cable

11
Goldsworthy
Hughes
Lamb
Laws

10
Farron

9
Baker

8
Webb

7
Browne
Clegg
Davey
Featherstone
Huhne

6
Brooke
Teather

5
Foster
Gidley
Moore
Mulholland
Rogerson
Williams, S

4
Horwood
Opik
Rowen
Swinson

3
Alexander
Barrett
Harris
Thurso
Willis
Willott

2
Brake
George
Holmes
Kennedy
Pugh

1
Beith
Breed
Bruce
Burstow
Campbell
Hancock
Harvey
Hemming
Howarth
Leech
Rennie
Taylor
Williams, R

Note: I have included MPs marked as “tbc” and “invited” but excluded those who are not listed even if I know otherwise (as my extra information is only partial).

The Simon Hughes Memorial Prize for Multiple Simultaneous Fringe Booking goes to … Simon Hughes (fx: applause). Watch out for his Usain Bolt impression on Monday lunchtime as he dashes between his different slots.

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