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Lib Dem conference agenda

The Lib Dem party conference begins in Bournemouth on Saturday - here is a brief rundown of the highlights:

SATURDAY

Debate on eradicating gender inequalities and expanding opportunities for women.

Panel discussion on the environment

SUNDAY

Debate on the future of Scottish and Welsh devolution

Speech by Health spokesman Norman Lamb

Debate on the economy, skills and bank regulation

Speech by Foreign Affairs spokesman Ed Davey

Q&A session with leader Nick Clegg

Debate on protecting civil liberties

Panel discussion on the storage and use of personal information

Debate on green power and the expansion of tidal power

MONDAY

Debate on MP's expenses and parliamentary reform

Debate on allegations of the involvement of British intelligence agencies in torture since 2001

Speech by Environment spokesman Tim Farron

Q&A session on crime and policing

Speech by Treasury spokesman Vince Cable

Debate on aid, economic development and global poverty

Speech by Housing spokeswoman Sarah Teather

Debate on the natural environment, pollution and biodiversity

Debate on armed forces pay and the welfare of British personnel

TUESDAY

Debate on the rail industry and train franchies

Speech by Lib Dem President Baroness Scott

Debate on party's Fresh Start for Britain policy document, the blueprint for its election manifesto

Debate on child protection

Speech by Home Affairs spokesman Chris Huhne

Debate on climate change and energy efficiency

Q&A session on the economy

WEDNESDAY

Debate on police handling of public demonstrations

Debate on consumer rights and protection

Speech by Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg



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