The Social Liberal Forum conference 2012 - held on July 14th and with the theme of social justice across the generations - was a resounding success. Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg MP began proceedings by delivering the inaugural William Beveridge memorial lecture, and he was followed by a succession of interesting and stimulating contributions from Secretaries and Ministers of State, academics, party activists and experts from many different fields. This rolling blog will cover reaction to the event, and will be updated as more blogs/articles come to our attention - please use the comments section below to let us know more! Conference previews:
- Allegra Stratton discussed the conference on Newsnight on Friday July 13th - iPlayer (available until July 20th)
- Allegra's BBC news blog also previewed Nick Clegg's appearance at the conference - Allegra's blog
- Independent, Sunday 15th July: 'Stop apologising,' says Clegg
- Spectator's Coffee House blog: Clegg's 'sensitive little violets' get tough
- Liberal Democrat Voice: Nick Clegg gives the William Beveridge lecture
- Jonathan Fryer's blog: Social Liberal Forum conference
- George W Potter's blog: Good times at the Social Liberal Forum
- Jonathan Calder's blog: Nick Clegg pledges no two-tier system in education
- Louise Shaw's blog: Social Liberal Conference 2012
- Alex Marsh's speech : Housing Transformations and Trajectories: My contribution to #slfconf
- Mary Reid's blog: No sensitive little violets at the Social Liberal Forum Conference
- Nic Prigg's blog: Nick, who is apologising for being in government?
- Mathew Hulbert's blog: Interview with Paul Burstow MP
- Ed Long: ALDES talks to Ed Davey
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