Will you join us next week – and help define Labour’s future?

January 7, 2013 11:06 am

Next week we’ll be launching our first ebook/pamphlet “One Nation Labour – debating the future” (edited by Jon Cruddas) and we’d like you to join us for the launch. Cruddas, who will be chairing the launch event, had the following message for LabourList readers:

“In 2013 the policy review will be building the story of One Nation Labour and the policies that will define it. We want people to participate in the process. On Tuesday evening there’s the opportunity to hear three excellent speakers and join the debate about One Nation Labour. Come along, join in, and help define Labour’s future.”

Here are the details:

One Nation Labour – debating the future
Time : Tuesday 15 January 6-7.30pm
Venue: House of Commons, Committee room 10
Speakers: Maurice Glasman (Labour peer), Hilary Cottam (Participle), John Denham MP
Chair: Jon Cruddas MP

The launch will be followed by a drinks event at the Westminster Arms for attendees

We’re expecting plenty of interest in this event, so if you want to attend please register by emailing onenationregister@gmail.com.

 

  • aracataca

    Come on Alan Giles & co. It’s an open process. Why not register and participate in the debate? I am.

  • http://twitter.com/nicktheowl Nick Drew

    Do we know how the “process” of policy review is going to be conducted, and what further opportunities there will be to input into this?

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