I am spending today at the annual conference of the Social Liberal Forum which is being held on the campus of King’s College London near Waterloo. There is a rather packed agenda with the focus being on “social justice across generations”. I’ve just listened to Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg give the ‘William Beveridge Memorial Lecture’. As I write this I am listening to Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Ed Davey MP talking about the intersection between the environment and economics.
You should be able to see a live stream of the conference from the SLF website.
I hope to do a full write up of the conference later. The conference has already sparked a few ideas. However, in preparation here is my write from last year’s conference for comparison: ‘An overly considered review of the Social Liberal Forum conference’.
This content was originally posted on my old Strange Thoughts blog.