What could you do with £32?

In these straitened times, we are sure that you have better things to do with £32 than pay it needlessly to the party’s Conference registration Department. You could of course still give it to the party, but that’s by the by.

It could also pay for a meal out, or a trip to the sales, or 3 or 4 books, 4 one day travelcards in London and a coffee when you get there. Or a round of drinks in the Conference bar…

Today is the last day when members can register for Liberal Democrat Spring Conference at the lower rate. Don’t miss out. Especially as the York Conference is going to be a good one, with a crucial debate on immigration taking place. It will also be an important staging post in the preparations for the final phase of our European Election campaign.

You will still be able to register tomorrow, but it’ll cost you £32 more. Why would you do that to yourself?

Register here. Do it now. Right now. Or you’ll forget.

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