Join LabourList for a half day conference covering what to expect during the short campaign and from a Labour government. Sessions will cover Labour’s election campaign, Labour’s governing priorities and which ‘rising stars’ to watch out for in the Labour Party.
Speakers include: Chuka Umunna (Shadow Business Secretary), Caroline Flint (Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change) and Douglas Alexander (Shadow Foreign Secretary and Chair of Labour’s General Election Strategy). You can see the schedule in full below.
Tickets are priced at £100, or £50 for attendees from the charitable/voluntary sector. You can buy tickets here.
8:00- 8:15 Registration
8:15- 9:00 The next economy Chuka Umunna MP Shadow Business Secretary in conversation with Stefan Stern columnist for the Financial Times and contributing editor of LabourList
9:00-9:40 The next seven weeks: The short campaign Douglas Alexander MP Shadow Foreign Secretary and Chair of Labour’s General Election Strategy in conversation with Steve Richards chief political columnist for The Independent
9:40-10:20 The next government: Directory of who to watch Covering who are the rising stars in the Labour Party with:
● Mark Ferguson, editor of LabourList
● Polly Toynbee, columnist for The Guardian
● Marcus Roberts, General Secretary of the Fabian Society
10:20- 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:00 The next transport policies: What would transport look like under a Labour government?
● Michael Dugher MP, Shadow Transport Secretary
● Val Shawcross AM
● CHAIR: Maya Goodfellow, LabourList
12:00-12:30 The next energy policies: What would energy policy look like under a Labour government?
● Caroline Flint MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change
● Dale Vince OBE, founder of Ecotricity
● CHAIR: Stefan Stern columnist for the Financial Times and contributing editor of LabourList
12:30-13:00 How would a Labour Government look?
● Lord Andrew Adonis
● Lucy Powell MP, Shadow Cabinet Office minister and vicechair of the 2015 General Election campaign
● CHAIR: Mark Ferguson editor of LabourList