Monthly Archives: January 2014

Conference supports tougher action on banks and bonuses

This morning the Liberal Democrats overwhelmingly voted in favour of taking tougher action on banks an bonuses. In a highly topical debate delegates applauded proposals put forward by the Social Liberal Forum to, amongst other things: • break up banks

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Nick Clegg must now deliver the changes in NHS policy that the Lib Dems have demanded – Harris

Responding to the overwhelming vote which called for amendments to be made to the Health Bill going through Parliament to get rid of the marketization and enhance accountability, Dr Evan Harris, who drafted the amendment, said: “It is now incumbent

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Questions from Social Liberal Forum Members to The Rt. Hon Dr Vince Cable, January 2011

Jon asks: The last serious survey on the subject, about 10 years ago, showed that graduates earn on average some £600,000 more than non-graduates over their working career. I don’t think there can be any debate about the fairness of

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SLF amendments to motions

Saturday 9.15 – F3 – Community Futures At end of Motion F3 (line 85), insert: Conference believes that voluntary work is boosted more effectively by the concrete measures set out in these policies, and by adequate public funding for the

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SLF Emergency Motion

Action on banks and bonuses Conference notes a) the importance of a healthy banking system to the future of Britain’s economy b) the regrettable failure of decades of ‘light-touch’ regulation that socialises risk and privatises extraordinary profits at the expense

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SLF fringe meetings at Spring Conference 2011

Conference Diary in brief Day Time Event Friday 11th 3pm Inequality consultation Friday 11th 8pm Fringe meeting: Is the Health Bill toxic for the NHS and for the Lib Dems? Saturday 12th 1pm Fringe meeting: Q and A with Vince

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