21/09/2009: British Humanist Association and Humanist and Secularist Liberal Democrats
Monday, 21 September 2009
British Humanist Association and Humanist and Secularist Liberal Democrats
Chair: Arnie Gibbons.
The British Humanist Association and HSLD are delighted to welcome Professor Richard Dawkins to Bournemouth. A meeting open to everyone, followed by book signing.
Monday 21st September, 18.15 - 19.30
Premier Inn Bournemouth Central, Gallery Suite
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The Liberal Democrats are holding their party conference in Bournemouth this week.
The Liberal Democrats face their first general election under Nick Clegg's leadership in 2010.
The Liberal Democrats have won the seat of Cheadle in a Westminster by-election.
Sexual permissiveness has long been a fixture of party politics in the Liberal Democrats, but darker secrets lurk in the shadows.
Nick Clegg has denied senior defence on intelligence figures' warnings that the Liberal Democrats' plans to hold the intelligence forces accountable could threaten national security.
Party eschews formal manifesto in favour of local showcase of policies.
Lib Dem environment spokesman Chris Huhne argues that nuclear power is a tried, tested and failed technology and is not a solution to Britain's energy needs.
The Populus poll for The Times puts the Lib Dems on 20 per cent, up two percentage points on last month, with Labour down on the same number on 39 per cent.
Male voters and Liberal Democrats are generally more supportive of Ecuador's decisions to grant Julian Assange asylum, according to new polling.
Some faith schools constitute an act of child abuse because of the way they rid children of freedom, Professor Richard Dawkins has said.