Previously known as Libdemchild

Saturday, 14 September 2013

My First Conference Miss Because My Father Did An 'Andrew Marr'

I became a member at the age of 10 and have attended every conference for four years except this one in Glasgow. To say I am hugely disappointed at not being there is an understatement. That aside it is interesting to note that the papers are talking about another coalition and where our party will position itself. I would have thought that the priority of party business at conference would be the latter as a stand-alone issue.

What with a reduced membership and current members being unhappy about what we see as the tactics of following Tory policy I do hope that a clear distinct picture will emerge of who we are in modern politics.
While I disagree with some coalition policies I am still proud to be a Liberal Democrat and strongly believe in liberalism. I am following Twitter and LibDem voice closely and will be watching the Parliament Channel. All the best to everyone who is in Glasgow and keep tweeting and blogging for the rest of us who cannot be there.

P/S My father had a stroke and it is a little difficult to leave home for too long at the moment. He is recovering.


  1. Please pass on my best wishes to your father.

  2. I would have been in Glasgow - a great and cultured city - if I could have afforded the fare & hotel bills. I wonder whether the general public realises how much personal expenditure the average representative is called upon to make.

    1. The general public probably thinks that parties pay for members to attend. It is a huge expense and I can understand if people skip conference because of the sums involved. Nice to hear from you.

  3. I have nominated your blog for the Reader Appreciation Award! Here you are, listed on my blog! =>

    1. Dear Jamie,
      Thank you so much :)
      I really enjoyed reading your blog and i encourage you to keep going.


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