If you haven't made the most of the early bird offer for Liberal Democrat Federal Conference (16-19 September, Bournemouth), today is your last chance! LibDem Conference is always great. Have a read of our blog leading up to Spring Conference for just some of the stuff you can look forward to. Plus, we'll have a … Continue reading Early bird for Autumn Conference closes TODAY
As one election finishes, another begins! Just as we start to recover from the General Election, a Leadership Election is called... But we're not resting on our laurels. During the coming weeks and months, this is what we're planning to do: Contact all candidates for the leadership once they have announced. Where do they stand … Continue reading LibDem Expand and the Leadership Election
This May’s elections are crucial to show that the fightback is more than a membership surge and the ability to pile in resources to local by-elections. It’s our first near-nationwide opportunity, since the referendum, so put our message to the electorate to see if we can make the significant gains the trends are currently indicating. … Continue reading GOOD NEWS FROM CORNWALL
Leave voting areas are not 'no go' areas for the Liberal Democrats.
The Liberal Democrats need to break onto new councils.
The e-mail below was sent to Sal Brinton in her capacity as Chair of the Federal Board Strategy Working Group. The other members of the group are Sal Brinton, Jane Dodds, Neil Fawcett, Jeremy Hargreaves, Caron Lindsay, Gordon Lishman, Chris Maines and Mark Pack. Dear Sal, We are Liberal Democrat Expand. A grassroots group of … Continue reading “We need a 650 Seat Strategy” – Our Open Letter to the Federal Board Strategy Working Group
Last night we registered our interest in holding a fringe event at the LibDem Autumn Conference. We'll make sure to keep you updated. If you'd like to support our work by making a donation, you can do so here. Thank you - and see you in York for Spring Conference very soon!
What to expect from LibDem Expand in 2017.
I am a new member of the Liberal Democrats, I joined a few months before the referendum when I realised that Labour were paying lip service to Europe and were effectively dead as a progressive force. My experience as a new member has been instructive to me – and extremely refreshing – to get such … Continue reading Spot The Difference: Martin’s experience as a new member
Liberal Democrats old and new have been encouraged by the party’s revival of its electoral fortunes in 2016. From net gains in May’s locals, to by-election success across the country, the party has shown that taking our message and delivering it to as many voters as possible is key to our revival. But we have … Continue reading What might the LibDem’s 2016 successes suggest for 2017?