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Connected Programme

Our movement has always been about people coming together, to create a fairer and better society. Our online event, Connected, is about doing just that.

Find out about our programme of events, from keynote speeches to training events, rallies and policy discussions, there’s something to bring everyone in our movement together.

Connected events are for Labour Members only. Become a member today, and get connected.

Morning
10:00 – 10:15
Speech
Opening remarks
This will be broadcast to the public.
Speakers: Andi Fox (NEC Chair) and Keir Starmer MP (Leader of the Labour Party)
10:15 – 11:00
Training
New members welcome to The Labour Party
You’ve joined the Labour Party – thank you and welcome. Join us for this online training session to find out what it means to be a Labour Party member, and how you can get involved and play your part.
Speakers: David Evans (General Secretary of the Labour Party)
11:00 – 11:30
Speech
Angela Rayner MP (Deputy Leader of the Labour Party)
This will be broadcast to the public.
12:00 – 12:50
Training
Being a Labour Party role holder
Whether you’re a seasoned role holder or you have only just taken up a new position, join us as we share top tips and ideas. Plus you’ll have the chance to have your say on what the Labour Party can do to support you.
Speakers: Marsha De Cordova MP (Shadow Women and Equalities Secretary)
12:00 – 13:00
Rally
The Road to May 2021 Elections Rally
We need to win the trust of millions of people if we are to win power in 2024 and the first chance to do that at the ballot box is on 6 May 2021. These elections are unprecedented in scale – every elector in Great Britain will be able to vote in at least one election next May. Join our leaders from national, regional and local government to hear about the important work Labour is doing in power, and from our candidates in seats we can, and must, win.
Speakers: Chair: Angela Rayner MP (Deputy Leader of the Labour Party), Richard Leonard (Leader of the Scottish Labour Party), Mark Drakeford (First Minister of Wales and Leader of the Welsh Labour Party), Jessie Joe-Jacobs (Tees Valley Metro Mayor candidate), Dan Jarvis MP (Sheffield City Region Metro Mayor), Nick Forbes (Leader of the Local Government Association), Councillor Anntoinette Bramble (Deputy Leader of the LGA), Liam Byrne MP (West Midlands Metro Mayor candidate), Jamie Driscoll (North of Tyne Metro Mayor), Joy Allen (Police and Crime Commissioner candidate for Durham), Steve Rotheram (Liverpool City Region Metro Mayor), Councillor Azhar Ali (Labour Group Leader, Lancashire), Councillor Susan Hincliffe (Bradford Council Leader), Sadiq Khan (Mayor of London), Andy Burnham (Mayor of Greater Manchester), Councillor Michael Payne (Deputy Leader of the LGA), Kim McGuiness (Police and Crime Commissioner for Northumbria)
12:00 – 13:00
Policy Hub
Policy Making in the Labour Party
Do you want to know more about how the Labour party develops policy and how you can get involved? Join the policy development team as they talk you through how the National Policy Forum works and how it interacts with Annual Conference at this training session.
13:00 – 13:50
Training
What training and support is available for Labour members?
In this session we will highlight the range of training and resources that are available to Labour Party members and where to find them.
13:00 – 14:00
Policy Panel
A future vision for social care
Great challenges face our social care system and both short and medium term change is desperately needed. Understandably, attention is often focused on how to solve the problems of our current system. But in focusing on fixing the current system, is there a risk of losing sight of the bigger picture? In 2019, we set out the importance of a National Care Service. In this session, we’ll discuss what we want the future of social care to look like, and how we can get to a future for social care that society can be proud of.
Speakers: Councillor Paulette Hamilton (Birmingham social care lead), Fran Springfield and Kathy Bole (Co chairs of Disability Labour), Sian Stockham (Senior vice-president of Unison & support care worker), Rachel Harrison (National Officer for Public Services, GMB), Vicky Foxcroft (Shadow Minister for Disabled People)
14:00 – 14:50
Member Mobilisation
How do I support my community in the new normal?
Coronavirus has drastically changed the way we campaign and the ways in which our movement can support communities across the country. We’ll be hearing from key speakers, sharing best practice and looking at how we can evolve as campaigners in the ever-changing new normal.
14:00 – 15:30
Member Discussion
A future vision for social care
Following the main panel event, join this breakout room discussion with other members and politicians as we consider the key policy issues in this area. Spaces for this event are limited.
Speakers: Jess Philips MP (Shadow Minister for Domestic Violence and Safeguarding), Justin Madders MP (Shadow Minister for Secindary Care, Workforce and Patient Health)
Afternoon
14:30 – 16:00
Policy Panel
Are we done with the term BAME?
Covid 19 and BLM have highlighted how much further we must go to tackle racial inequalities but they have also shown that the experiences of different ethnic minority groups vary widely. This session will explore whether the umbrella term BAME is fit for purpose and what must be done to ensure a new race equality strategy is based on a true understanding of the experiences of all Black, Asian and minority ethnic people in the UK.
Speakers: Chair: Stephen Bush (Political Editor – New Statesman), Marsha De Cordova MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities), Patrick Vernon (Social Commentator, cultural historian and campaigner), Rajesh Agrawal (Mayor of London for Business, Co-Chair Labour Friends of India), Halima Begum (Director of Runnymede Trust), Heidi Mizra (Emeritus Professor of Equalities Studies, UCL Institute of Education and Visiting Professor of Race, Faith and Culture at Goldsmith’s College, University of London)
15:00 – 15:50
Training
Key workers – Be a Labour Councillor
This session is aimed at encouraging key workers to stand as Councillors in the 2021 local elections. In the session we will discuss some of the barriers that may stop you from standing but also examine how they can be overcome. Angela Rayner MP will also explain why it’s so important to her that we improve key worker representation in local government.
Speakers: Angela Rayner MP (Deputy Leader of the Labour Party)
16:00 – 16:50
Training
Using social media in your local campaign
This session will go over the importance of using digital in campaigning, top tips for social media and how to ensure your campaign is effectively co-ordinated.
Speakers: Stephen Morgan MP (Shadow Minister for the Armed Forces)
16:00 – 17:00
Policy Panel
How can we create safer communities?
Over the last decade, the Tories have brought chaos to every level of the criminal justice system leaving communities to suffer the consequences of their recklessness. It will fall to the next Labour government to fix the mess the Conservatives have created. In this event, we will consider how we can embed Labour values throughout the criminal justice system in order to make it fairer and more effective, including strengthening the public health approach to tackling violence, improving crime prevention and early intervention, and putting victims at the heart of the criminal justice system.
Speakers: Nick Thomas Symonds MP (Shadow Home Secretary), David Lammy MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Justice, Shadow Lord Chancellor), Sophie Linden (Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime), Pastor Lorraine Jones (CEO and Founder of Dwaynamics), Paddy Tipping (PCC for Nottinghamshire)
17:00 -17:50
Training
Being an equalities officer within your CLP
Come along to find out what it means to be an effective Equality Officer in your local Labour Party, and how you can successfully engage members and champion equality in your CLP. This session is also a great way to meet other Equality Officers online from across the country to share ideas and best practice.
17:00 – 18:30
Member Discussion
How can we create safer communities
Following the main panel event, join this breakout room discussion with other members and politicians as we consider the key policy issues in this area. Spaces for this event are limited.
Speakers: Sarah Jones MP (Shadow Minister of State for Police and the Fire Service)
18:00 – 19:00
Training
Evening discussion – Campaigning towards 2021
This session will help you plan, prepare and share ideas for the local elections taking place in May 2021.
Speakers: Steve Reed MP (Shadow Communities and Local Government Secretary)
18:00 – 19:00
Policy Panel
Putting our nation’s health and wellbeing at the heart of society
At a time when we are still in the midst of a pandemic that has turned so many people’s lives upside down, how can we put health and wellbeing at the heart of society? How do we ensure that the vital work of our NHS workforce is not only recognised, but valued too? This session takes stock of the enormous challenge that Covid-19 poses to the health and wellbeing of our nation, before considering the actions we must take to ensure people’s health and wellbeing are at the heart of our plans to recover and rebuild.
Speakers: Jon Ashworth MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care), Jennifer Dixon (Chief Executive, Health Foundation), Dave Prentis (General Secretary, Unison), Rehana Azam (National Secretary, GMB), Vaughn Gething MS (Welsh Minister for Health and Social Services),Rachel Reeves MP (Shadow Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster),
19:00 – 21:00
Quiz
The Big Labour Quiz of the Year
Join us on Sunday night for a Labour quiz like no other! Hosted by some very special guests, don’t miss out on your chance to play along at home as we cover everything from policy trivia to Labour Party general knowledge.
Hosts: Ian Murray MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland), Carolyn Harris MP (Deputy Leader of Welsh Labour)
Morning
08:50 -09:00
Speech
Opening remarks
Speakers: David Evans (Labour Party General Secretary)
09:00 – 10:00
Q&A
New Member Coffee Morning
If you’re new to the party and looking to meet other new members this session is perfect for you. So grab a cuppa and join us at this event where we’ll be discussing all of the opportunities available to you as a member and we’ll be joined by special guests who’ll share their experience as members of the party and what their membership means to them.
Speakers: Louise Haigh MP (Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary), Nadia Whittome MP
9:30 – 11:00
Member Discussion
Putting our nation’s health and wellbeing at the heart of society
Following the main panel event, join this breakout room discussion with other members and politicians as we consider the key policy issues in this area. Spaces for this event are limited.
Speakers: Alex Norris MP (Shadow Minister for Public Health and Patient Safety), Liz Kendall MP (Shadow Minister for Social Care)
10:00 – 10:50
Training
The path to 2024; towards a parliamentary majority
This session will look at what elections we face over the coming years, where we are now and where we would like to be. We will also cover how we can reach out to voters, listen to them and begin to rebuild trust.
Speakers: Luke Pollard MP (Shadow Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Secretary)
10:35 – 11:00
Speech
Anneliese Dodds MP (Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer)
This will be broadcast to the public.
11:00 -11:50
Training
Be a Labour Councillor – how does the process work?
A session that guides you through the process of standing as a Labour Councillor. We will talk through the application process and share top tips that will help you stand out.
Speakers: Jim McMahon MP (Shadow Transport Secretary)
12:00 – 12:50
Training
Roadmap Elections 2021 – campaigning in the new normal
An overview that will help you plan and prepare for the elections taking place in May 2021. The team and Angela will look at what resources are available and what challenges we will face.
Speakers: Angela Rayner MP (Deputy Leader of the Labour Party)
12:00 – 13:00
Policy Panel
Rebuilding our communities after austerity and coronavirus
From our trips to the shops to our rides on the bus, local communities are at the heart of our daily lives. Yet the impact of Covid-19 and ten years of Tory rule means our high streets are struggling, councils are deprived of funding and our local transport services have been hollowed out. It doesn’t have to be this way. In this session, we will consider what we need to do to address these challenges and how we can empower our communities to come back together, rebuild their collective spaces and bring about change.
Speakers: Jim McMahon MP (Shadow Transport Secretary), Thangham Debbonaire MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Housing), Rokhsana Fiaz (Mayor of Newham), Nick Forbes (Leader of Newcastle City Council), Tony Dale (Head of Research, USDAW), Manuel Cortes (General Secretary, TSSA)
13:00
Event
120 Years of the Labour Party
Celebrate the 120 year anniversary of the Labour Party by joining us for a special tour of our party history
13:00 – 13:50
Training
Being a Labour Council candidate – what’s expected of a candidate?
The session is aimed at 2021 potential candidates, taking a more in-depth look at the role of a councillor covering workload and responsibilities.
Speakers: Catherine West MP (Shadow Minister for Europe & Americas)
13:00 – 14:00
Member Discussion
Rebuiliding our communities after austerity and coronavirus breakout
Following the main panel event, join this breakout room discussion with other members and politicians as we consider the key policy issues in this area. Spaces for this event are limited.
Speakers: Jim McMahon MP (Shadow Transport Secretary
Thangham Debbonaire MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Housing), Rokhsana Fiaz (Mayor of Newham), Nick Forbes (Leader of Newcastle City Council), Tony Dale (Head of Research, USDAW), Manuel Cortes (General Secretary, TSSA)
13:30 – 14:30
Panel Discussion
Jobs, jobs, jobs – what is the future of work?
Britain is in the midst of a jobs crisis. Coronavirus has led to the loss of tens of thousands of jobs, and the government’s one-size fits all approach to the end of the furlough scheme is putting even more livelihoods at risk. Meanwhile, the world of work is changing rapidly. Technology is making new ways of working possible, but it is also raising important questions about the impact of automation and workplace surveillance.
In light of such significant change, how can Labour work to prevent further widespread jobs losses? How do we work with our trade unions to prevent a race to the bottom on security and wages? And how can a Labour Government create decent, secure, well-paid, unionised jobs?
Speakers: Jonathan Reynolds MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions), Andy McDonald MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Employment Rights), Mary-Ann Stephenson (Director, Women’s Budget Group), Joanne Cairns (Deputy Head of Research, USDAW), Dave Ward (General Secretary, CWU), Len McCluskey (General Secretary, Unite the Union), Sue Harris (Legal Director, GMB)
14:00 – 14:50
Training
Understanding your local community and finding out what is important to them
This session will look at the different ways, and tools that we can use, to engage with those communities we seek to represent.
Speakers: Janet Daby MP (Shadow Minister for Faith, Women and Equalities, and MP for Lewisham East)
Afternoon
15:00 -15:50
Training
Engaging, inspiring and mobilising your members
Join us for this session where we’ll discuss ideas and share best practice so that we can encourage, support and inspire all members to get involved in their local Labour Party.
Speakers: Alex Norris MP (Shadow Minister for Public Health and Patient Safety)
15:00 – 16:00
Policy Panel
The Covid Generation: what are the challenges and opportunities for young people post Covid-19?
Children and young people are likely to be affected to a greater degree by the economic impact of Covid in terms of both their education, and employment opportunities. The cohort affected have been dubbed the ‘Covid Generation’. What challenges do the Covid Generation face and how do we make sure a generation of young people aren’t left behind?
Speakers: Kate Green MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Education), Jawad Khan (TULO rep, Young Labour), Larissa Kennedy (NUS President), Jeremy Crook (Chief Executive, Black Training & Enterprise Group), Melissa Evans (BFAWU Rep & Fast Food Worker), Kate Dearden (Head of Research, Policy and External Relations, Community)
15:30 – 17:00
Member Discussion
Jobs, jobs , jobs: what is the future of work
Following the main panel event, join this breakout room discussion with other members and politicians as we consider the key policy issues in this area. Spaces for this event are limited.
Speakers: Tony Burke (Assistant General Secretary, Unite the Union), Seema Malhotra MP (Shadow Minister for Employment), Vicky Foxcroft MP (Shadow Minister for Disabled People)
16:00 – 16:50
Training
How to get involved in Labour campaigning – a role for everyone
If you are new to the party and are unsure about how to get involved, then this is the session for you. Join the team as we share with you top tips and answer questions that will help you get involved and play a part in campaigning for Labour across the country.
Speakers: Emily Thornberry MP (Shadow International Trade Secretary)
16:00 – 17:00
Speech
Nick Thomas-Symonds MP (Shadow Home Secretary)
This will be broadcast to the public.
17:00 – 17:50
Training
Being an equalities officer within your CLP
Come along to find out what it means to be an effective Equality Officer in your local Labour Party, and how you can successfully engage members and champion equality in your CLP. This session is also a great way to meet on line other Equality Officers from across the country to share ideas and best practice.
17:00 – 18:00
Policy Panel
Labour’s plan for a Green Recovery
We are living through a global climate and nature emergency. According to the United Nations, we have fewer than ten years remaining to avert the worst impacts of catastrophic climate change. While public attention is rightly focussed on the Coronavirus crisis, there is growing recognition that our recovery must be a green one. Labour has called for the UK to implement the most ambitious Green Recovery programme in the world – but what should this programme look like? What policies will set us on the pathway to net zero emissions and the restoration of our natural world? And how can we make sure that they create high quality, unionised jobs for the many thousands of people now out of work as a result of the Coronavirus crisis?
Speakers: Ed Miliband MP (Shadow Secretary of State for BEIS), Mariana Mazzucato (Economist), Bridget Philipson MP (Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury), Chaitanya Kumar (Head of Environment and Green Transition, New Economic Foundation), Mick Whelan (General Secretary, ASLEF), Adrienne Buller (Senior Research Fellow, Common Wealth), Steve Turner (Assistant General Secretary, Unite the Union)
18:00 – 18:50
Training
Role Holder meet-up
18:30 – 19:30
Policy Panel
Righting wrongs: economic justice after Covid-19
This year, the UK entered the deepest recession in modern history. The economy faces a long road to recovery, as social distancing measures are maintained into the winter and uncertainty continues to bite. Unemployment looks set to rise significantly, with many famous high street names announcing mass redundancies as the furlough scheme unwinds. The crisis has also shone a light on many existing injustices and shown us who the real key workers are. Low pay, insecure work and a threadbare safety net left many over-exposed to the economic shock. The session will explore how we can ensure the economic recovery is strong and quick – whilst also addressing the longer-term injustices that left many so exposed.
Speakers: Anneliese Dodds MP (Shadow Chancellor), Faiza Shaheen (Director of CLASS), Matt Wrack (General Secretary, FBU), Howard Beckett (Assistant General Secretary, Unite the Union), Joe Fortune (General Secretary of the Co-operative Party)
18:30 – 20:00
Member Discussion
The Covid Generation: what are the challenges and opportunities for young people post Covid-19?
Following the main panel event, join this breakout room discussion with other members and politicians as we consider the key policy issues in this area. Spaces for this event are limited.
Speakers: Cat Smith MP (Shadow Minister of State for the Cabinet Office), Emma Hardy MP (Shadow Minister for FE and Universities), Toby Perkins MP (Shadow Minister for Apprenticeships and Lifelong learning)
19:30 – 20:30
Training
Evening discussion – Being a Labour Councillor
A session that guides you through the process of standing as a Labour Councillor. We will talk through the application process, share tips to help you stand out and answer any questions that you might have.
Speakers: Tulip Siddiq MP (Shadow Minister for Children & Early Years)
19:30 – 20.30
Rally
Keyworkers rally: frontline heroes
The coronavirus crisis has shown all of us who the real keyworkers are in this country; it is the care workers, nurses, shop keepers who are putting themselves on the line to protect us all. Join Angela Rayner, Jonathan Ashworth, Rosena Allin-Khan and host of keyworker for a virtual rally to hear about their experiences and discuss the future of our country. This event will be broadcast to the public.
Speakers: Angela Rayner MP (Deputy Leader of the Labour Party), Jonathan Ashworth MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care), Rosena Allin Khan MP (Shadow Minister for Mental Health), Miriam Mafemba (Keyworker and Unison representative), Zoe Smith (Keyworker and GMB branch secretary), John McCue (Keyworker and ASLEF branch secretary), Jane Jones (USDAW representative), Nicola Jukes (TSSA booking office clerk), Pauline McCarthy (BFAWU branch secretary), Taj Salam (Keyworker and UNITE representative), Chris Knight (Keyworker and Community representative)
Morning
09:00 – 09:30
Speech
Keir Starmer MP (Leader of the Labour Party)
This will be broadcast to the public.
10:00 – 10:05
Speech
Opening remarks
Speakers: Ian Murray (NEC Vice Chair)
10:00 – 10:50
Training
Key roles in building a winning campaign team
A great session as we examine some key roles within your local campaign team, share ideas, top tips and help you ensure that all key roles are filled and that your members are supported.
Speakers: Emily Thornberry MP (Shadow International Trade Secretary)
10:00 – 11:00
Member Discussion
Labour’s plan for a Green recovery
Following the main panel event, join this breakout room discussion with other members and politicians as we consider the key policy issues in this area. Spaces for this event are limited.
Speakers: Matthew Pennycook MP (Shadow Minister for Climate Change), Kerry McCarthy MP (Shadow Minister for Green Transport), Tony Kearns (Senior Deputy General Secretary, CWU)
11:00 – 11:50
Training
Planning your print campaign – delivering print and keeping safe
12:00 – 12:50
Training
Roadmap to Elections 2021 – campaigning in the new normal (repeat)
An overview that will help you plan and prepare for the elections taking place in May 2021. The team and Angela will look at what resources are available and what challenges we will face.
Speakers: Angela Rayner MP (Deputy Leader of the Labour Party)
12:00 – 13:00
Policy Panel
In defence of a global good – maintaining independent aid as a policy objective in the short and long term.
As a nation we now find ourselves at a crossroads in our future relationship with the global community. Ahead of us lies a profound choice: Britain as a force for good, with a coherent plan for being a responsible global actor; or a country that pursues a narrow view of self-interest and disjointed policy choices based on personal gain. How should Labour begin to lay the groundwork for an alternative vision of Britain’s role as a leader on international development once again? Which global issues must we champion over the next decade on behalf of those who live in the UK? How can we work with individuals and communities across the world who need their voices amplified, and how do we present this to the voters?
Speakers: Preet Gill MP (Shadow Secretary of State for International Developement), Adrian Weir (Assistant General Secretary, Unite the Union), Laura Kyrke-Smith (UK Executive Director, International Rescue Committee), Sara Pantuliano (Chief Executive, ODI)
12:00 – 13:30
Member Discussion
Righting wrongs: economic justice after Covid-19
Following the main panel event, join this breakout room discussion with other members and politicians as we consider the key policy issues in this area. Spaces for this event are limited.
Speakers: Dan Carden MP (Shadow FInancial Secretary to the Treasury), Lucy Powell MP (Shadow Business and Consumer Affairs Minister)
13:00 – 13:50
Training
Understanding your local community and finding out what is important to them (repeat)
This session will look at the different ways, and tools that we can use, to engage with those communities we seek to represent.
Speakers: Janet Daby MP (Shadow Minister for Faith, Women and Equalities, and MP for Lewisham East)
Afternoon
13:30 – 15:00
Policy Panel
A 21st Century Town Hall
The Conservatives are intent on excluding people from power and centralising decision-making in Whitehall. Much of where the Conservatives went wrong on Covid-19 was because they over-centralised decision making and excluded important experience and lessons from the front line that would have shown them how to do things better. At this event, join other labour members and a panel to discuss how we can open up power and make it more participative at a local level. This is a roundtable discussion and spaces are limited.
Speakers: Steve Reed MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Governement), Councillor Dhanisha Patel (Cabinet Member for Wellbeing and Future Generations), Linda Hobson (Cabinet member for Housing, Newcastle Council and Nurse & Deputy Regional Convenor for the Northern Region of UNISON), Cllr Georgia Gould (Leader of Camden Council), Anna Randle (Chief Executive, Collaborate), Neal Lawson (Founder, Compass)
14:00 – 14:50
Training
Being a Labour Party role holder
Whether you’re a seasoned role holder or you have only just taken up a new position, join us as we share top tips in this session designed to give you the chance to see what support is available and have your say on what the Labour Party can do to support you.
Speakers: Marsha de Cordova MP (Shadow Women and Equalities Secretary)
14:00 – 15:00
Policy Hub
Policy Making in the Labour Party
Do you want to know more about how the Labour party develops policy and how you can get involved? Join the policy development team as they talk you through how the National Policy Forum works and how it interacts with Annual Conference at this training session.
15:00 – 15:50
Training
Engaging, inspiring and mobilising your members (repeat)
Join us for this session where we’ll discuss ideas and share best practice so that we can encourage, support and inspire all members to get involved in their local Labour Party.
Speakers: Alex Norris MP (Shadow Minister for Public Health and Patient Safety)
15:00 – 16:00
Speech
The Global Response to Covid
This will be broadcast to the public.
Speakers: Lisa Nandy MP (Shadow Foreign Secretary), Gordon Brown, Olaf Scholz (Vice Chancellor of Germany), Frances O’Grady (General Secretary, TUC)
15:30 – 17:00
Member Discussion
In defence of a global good – maintaining independent aid as a policy objective in the short and long term.
Speakers: Emily Thornberry MP (Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade), Catherine West MP (Shadow Minister for Europe), Adrian Weir (Assistant General Secretary, Unite the Union
16:00 – 16:50
Training
Afternoon discussion – Campaigning towards 2021
This session will help you plan, prepare and share ideas for the elections taking place in May 2021.
Speakers: Steve Reed MP (Communities and Local Government Secretary)
16:15 – 17:00
Panel Discussion
Policy: Connected
At this event, hear from Labour member’s as they tell us the interesting or unique policy ideas they think we should be considering.
Speakers: Jo Stevens MP (Shadow Secretary of State DCMS), David Lammy MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Justice), Ian Murray MP (Shadow Sceretary of State for Scotland), Rosena Allin Khan MP (Shadow Minister for Mental Health), Lord Charlie Falconer (Shadow Attorney General for England and Wales)
17:00
Speech
Closing remarks
Speakers: David Evans (Labour Party General Secretary)
Please note, the agenda and speakers above are subject to change.

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