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Who Pays For The Libdem Conference?

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the libdems have no chance of forming a govt, so i do hope its not taxpayers paying to hear some of their flights of fantasy at the conference from cable + the other jokers, they can plan what policies they like just like a uni debating society, they will never have the inconvenience of trying to make them work in real life

any party that has not been in govt for more than 25 years should not get a penny of tax money to stage their meetings

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I dont know, could have its uses. I live in hope the IRA might bomb another conference. All those LibDums in one place, imagine the possibilities...

no need to resort to violence, just make them all reside in homes under the governance of Barnet council - slow and endless torture will make them pray for the sweet release of death

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Presumably the same people who fund everyone else's political conferences; management consultants, more management consultants, arms manufacturers, PFI companies, banks, organisations funded by arms manufacturers and banks, etc.

Private Eye will doubtless report on who was there bribing who in the next issue.

But party conferences are all fantasy, it doesn't mean anything whoever it is.

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It's an interesting question regarding conference funding, I suppose I've always assumed it's paid for out of party funds.

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It's an interesting question regarding conference funding, I suppose I've always assumed it's paid for out of party funds.

It is paid for out of party funds which in the Lib Dems' case come chiefly from membership subscriptions and a few large donations.

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