Later on in the week I should be receiving a blog post or two from comrades who were there. In the mean time I'll content myself with bringing you a round-up of Socialism's internet coverage.
Dave from Though Cowards Flinch gives his overview of Saturday's events.
Iain of Leftwing Criminologist and And Now For Something Completely Sectarian has posted his experience of the weekend, including the delightful time he had in the hostel. Sounds pretty much like my experience last year - but at least he didn't fall asleep in any of the sessions!
The other Dave (this time from Devon SP) has his impressions here.
The party itself has some photos from the rally on Saturday, but somehow they were posted on May 26th. Strange.
There will be more updates as I come across them. Meanwhile, why not follow the Socialist Party on Twitter here?
Also on Saturday there was the RMT conference on working class political representation. Here's a report from 'Prianikoff' on Socialist Unity. Susan Press has this to say from her position on the conference's top table as a Labour Representation Committee member (she also uses her post to announce, sadly, that she's parking her blog). Lastly The Commune chime in with this very critical piece.
Thursday edit: Duncan's got round to posting his adventures at Socialism.
Sunday edit: Dave from Though Cowards Flinch has posted up loads more reports. There's this one on Taaffe's defence/appreciation of Leon Trotsky, some thoughts on the Vestas dispute, an interview with a Labour party member, and lastly a report on the closing rally.
Official reports and a video is now available here.
The cpgb's have produced a comprehensive set of reports too, on the rally, No2EU, building a new party, and the collapse of Stalinism.
Photo by Rob Emery.