Sebastian Payne

Lib Dem conference: Sunday fringe guide

Every morning throughout party conference season, we’ll be providing our pick of the fringe events on Coffee House. 

Today is the second day of the Liberal Democrats’ conference in Glasgow and there is much more going on as the conference gets into full swing. Key Lib Dem MPs, ministers and party leadership figures are making appearances on a variety of issues throughout the day:

Title Key speaker(s) Time Location

Transport Q&A

Norman Baker 09:15-10:15 SECC, Dochart 2
Greening the UK economy: challenges and opportunities Vince Cable 13:00-14:00 SECC, Alsh 1
Populism: have politicians got the message? Norman Lamb, Sarah Teather 13:00-14:00 SECC, Boisdale 2
4000%: Are payday loans ever in the consumer interest? Jo Swinson 13:00-14:00 SECC, Ness
What next for women’s rights and foreign policy? Tim Farron 13:00-14:00 Crowne Plaza, Castle 3
Rewiring public services: a new model for local government Don Foster 13:00-14:00 Crowne Plaza, Shuna
A winning campaign for the 2014 European Elections: ‘Jobs, Crime, & Environment’ Charles Kennedy 13:00-14:00 Crowne Plaza, Staffa
21st Century deterrents: The Trident alternative review Danny Alexander 13:00-14:00 Campanile, Monet 1&2
Crime and Justice Q&A Jeremy Browne 15:30-16:30 SECC, Alsh 1
Economy Q&A (members only) Danny Alexander 16:45-17:45 SECC, Alsh 1
Norman Lamb MP in conversation with New Statesman Norman Lamb 18.15-19.15 Science Show Theatre, Glasgow Science Centre
Why aren’t the Liberal Democrats more liberal? Jeremy Browne 18:15-19:30 SECC, Alsh 2
Hidden Workforce: how disabled people and Lib Dems can make a difference. Steve Webb 18:15-19:30 SECC, Dochart 2
Can Housing Associations be social hearted and commercially minded? Simon Hughes 18:15-19:30 SECC, Etive
After liberalism: What freedoms are left to fight for? Menzies Campbell, David Goodhart 18:15-19:30 Campanile, Monet 1&2
The Big Interview with Norman Baker MP Norman Baker 18:15-19:30 Campanile, Picasso 2
The ‘tail’ of underachievement: how our schools fail one child in five David Laws 20:00-20:15 SECC, Boisdale 2
Unlocking urban economies Don Foster 20:00-20:15 SECC, Leven
Justice: Cuts We Can Believe In Lord McNally, Simon Hughes MP, Julian Huppert 20:00-20:15 Crowne Plaza, Jura
Survival and success: the first twenty-five years of the Liberal Democrats Paddy Ashdown 20:00-20:15 Campanile, Picasso 2
CentreForum, BVCA, Diageo, Liberal Democrats in Communications and Policy Exchange reception Tim Farron 22:00-22:30 Crowne Plaza, Argyll 1
The Local Government Reception Nick Clegg 22:00-22:30 Crowne Plaza, Castle 1&2
Business Connectors Reception Jo Swinson 22:00-22:30 Crowne Plaza, Castle 3

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