The Spring 2015 Autumn Agenda and Directory is now available to view online, together with accompanying consultation papers and reports to conference.
Conference will be debating a number of important policies ahead of the General Election, as well as hearing from some of our key spokespeople. There is an opportunity for members to put questions to Nick Clegg on the main conference floor and a final chance to contribute to the Party's Manifesto ahead of May.
Click here to view the full Spring Conference Agenda & Directory.
It's not too early to start making plans for Autumn Conference. Bournemouth accommodation can book up fast, but the team at Meet Bournemouth are on hand to help. Book online hereRead more
The Lib Dems have today voted to support measures that will increase diversity in the banking sector, encouraging real alternatives to break up the monopoly held by big banks.
The Liberal Democrats recognise that co-operative and savings banks play an important role in encouraging the growth of SMEs.Read more
The Liberal Democrat Autumn Conference will draw to a close this afternoon, following Nick Clegg's keynote speech.
Here are some extracts from his speech which he is due to give at around 1pm.Read more
Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, has today announced that treatment for mental health conditions will be brought into line with other NHS services with the introduction of the first ever waiting time standards.
For the first time, from April 2015, most patients needing talking therapies – for conditions like depression – will be guaranteed the treatment they need in as little as six weeks, with a maximum wait of 18 weeks.Read more
Watch the highlights from day 4 of the Liberal Democrat Autumn conference in Glasgow, where members voted on policies for a Stronger Economy and a Fairer Society.Read more
Liberal Democrat Party President Tim Farron today addressed Liberal Democrats at the party's Autumn Conference in Glasgow.
In his speech Tim said it was time for active and ambitious liberalism.
You can watch his speech in full by clicking on the link above.
Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has today announced that the Liberal Democrats will raise the income tax personal allowance threshold to £11,000 in the first year of the next Parliament – a tax cut of £100 for 29m working people.Read more
Liberal Democrats would support carers with a package of measures designed to make their lives easier under the ‘Age Ready Britain’ motion passed at Conference today.Read more