AGM 2022

Agenda and draft minutes of our Annual General Meeting


Papers are available underneath our agenda. 

  1. Apologies for Absence
  2. Minutes of the Annual General Meeting of 2 November 2021
    1. Accuracy
    2. Matters Arising
  3. Reports
    1. Chair
    2. Membership Secretary
    3. Treasurer - i) 2022 y-t-d; ii) budget 2023
  4. Annual Accounts

To consider and approve the examined annual accounts for 2021.

  1. Membership fee
  2. Election of Officers and Executive Committee Members
    1. President
    2. Chair
    3. Secretary
    4. Treasurer
    5. Membership Secretary
    6. Up to five Ordinary Members of the committee
  3. Appointment of Examiner

To appoint an Examiner of the accounts for the coming year.

  1. Motions to AGM.

8.1 The LDER Constitution 4.1 shall be amended, with the word 'associate' being deleted and replaced by the word 'affiliate'.

This is to bring the LDER constitution into alignment with the reform of party bodies such as ourselves into affiliate organisations of the party.

Motions may be submitted by full LDER members, if relevant to the objectives of LDER and deemed by the Chair to be in order. Motions must be submitted to ten days before the AGM is held (in this instance 23 October). Emergency motions can be submitted up until the start of the AGM, again at the discretion of the Chair.

Close of formal AGM - approximately 8 pm.

DEBATE SESSION: 'Turning turmoil to our advantage - threats and opportunities for electoral reformers'

Christine Jardine MP, Cabinet Office Spokesperson, Cabinet Office (including Political and Constitutional Reform; and Wendy Chamberlain MP address the meeting, followed by q&a. The meeting is due to close by 9pm.


Minutes of 2021 AGM
Chair's report
Membership secretary's report
Annual accounts 2021
Independent examiner's report 2021
Budget 2023
Draft minutes of 2022 AGM (to be approved 2023)

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