What’s happening at Scottish Conference today

Here’s what happened yesterday at Scottish Conference:

The Conference concludes this afternoon with a speech from Vince Cable. Here’s what’s happening ┬ábefore then:

Morning session

Party AGM

Motion on support for local economies calling, amongst other things, for the Government to use its major shareholding in RBS to halt branch closures and for the establishment of a rapid reaction force to help in communities when a large employer shuts down.

Debate on Scottish Young Liberals motion calling for candidates at 16.

Lunchtime fringe

There’s a marathon lunch session lasting almost 3 hours with 2 fringe sessions

Sal Brinton will be doing a q and a on the disciplinary processes

The Law Society hosts a fringe on Brexit – Referendum or bust?

Age Scotland hold an event on social care

The new campaign for racial equality in the party runs a “Diversity the way it should be” event

Jo Swinson signs copies of her book

Afternoon session

Consultation session on education

Speech by Vince Cable

Party Awards

* Caron Lindsay is Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

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