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09.00–09.05 Opening of Conference by Baroness Brinton
09:05-09:15 Report: Federal Conference Committee – the one you need to be in to vote for the suspension of standing orders to discuss the Europe motion
09:15-09:25 Report: federal Policy Committee
09.25–10.10 Policy motion: Learning to Communicate in English
10.10–11.40 Consultative session: Party Strategy Consultation
11.40–12.30 Policy motion: The Paris Agreement and uK Climate Change Policy
12.30–12.50 Speech by Layla Moran MP

12.50–14.10 Lunch

14.10–15.25 Policy motion: The impact of Brexit on Public Services
15.25–15.45 Speech: Baroness Brinton 17.00–17.50 f11 17.50–18.00 f12
15.45–17.00 Policy motion: Natural Environment Policy report
17.00–17.50 Report: Federal Board
17.50–18.00 Report: Campaign for Gender balance and motion on Membership Subscription

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

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