SLF Fringes at Spring Conference 2013

Friday evening, 20.15-21.30, Hall 4
How We Get Growing Again – the Road to 2015
Speaker: The Rt Hon Dr Vince Cable MP, Secretary of State for
Business, Innovation and Skills
Chair: Naomi Smith, Co-chair, SLF
Saturday lunchtime, 13.00-14.00, Sandringham
What do we want from the welfare state?
Achieving fairness and social justice in times of austerity
Speakers: Gareth Epps, Co-chair, SLF; James Plunkett, Resolution Foundation;
Baroness Tyler and Professor Steve Webb, Minister of State, DWP
Chair: James Kempton, Associate Director, CentreForum
Saturday evening, 6.00-7.30 p.m. in the Bar of the Holiday Inn
(137 Kings Road – a 5 minute walk west along the seafront
from the Hilton Metropole)
Drinks gathering for all friends of the SLF
Cash bar and complimentary canapes
All Welcome!
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One comment on “SLF Fringes at Spring Conference 2013
  1. Adam Cain says:


    I thought that we should mention the Lib Dem Lawyers Association fringe meeting that we are holding on the government’s employment law reforms on Saturday evening between 6.15 and 7.30 in the Library room at the Hilton. It would be good to see as many interested parties there to debate these important proposals.

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