We host panels and parties at Labour Party conference and occasional events at other times throughout the year. We are back for Labour conference 2019 in Brighton to put on a series of events with free refreshments provided at all of them.

Saturday 21st September 2019

17:30-19:00 – LabourList rally: Rebuilding Britain, with Unite

Charlotte Room, The Grand

Our flagship rally, held in partnership with Unite, is back and better than ever in Brighton. With speakers including John McDonnell MP, Diane Abbott MP, Emily Thornberry MP, Jon Ashworth MP, Danielle Rowley MP, Stephen Kinnock MP, Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP, Rokhsana Fiaz, Lara McNeill and Miriam Mirwitch. We’ll be talking about Labour’s path to victory and what the party will do to rebuild Britain for the many, not the few.

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A large drinks – and cake! – order has been placed.

Sunday 22nd September 2019

13:30-15:00 – Winning back Labour’s heartlands

Pavilion Room, The Grand

With Unite, LabourList is exploring how the party can win back its traditional heartlands. The UK is deeply divided between the many and the few, but Brexit has drawn new fault lines that split the country almost in half. Instead of picking a side in that false conflict, Labour could unite the country with a radical offer for the 99%. Jon Trickett MP, Ash Sarkar, Chris Peace and Jessie Jacobs will talk about how the party can fight regional inequality and why our path to electoral success must include coalfield communities and small towns.

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Refreshments will be provided.

15:30-16:30 – How should Labour approach online extremism?

Buckingham Room, Hilton Brighton Metropole

We are teaming up with the Counter Extremism Project for a panel event on Sunday afternoon that will examine how Labour should tackle online extremism. David Lammy MP, Angela Eagle MP, Ivana Bartoletti and Sir Ivor Roberts will discuss how to make our online spaces safer and the extent to which social media companies should be regulated. The panel will be chaired by tech policy expert Casey Calista.

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Refreshments, including crisps and cake, will be provided.

19:30-21:00 – LabourList reception, with Our Future Skies: Connecting Britain

Edinburgh Room, Hilton Brighton Metropole

In a modern Britain, global connections are vital to our prosperity. How can we continue to make these connections whilst building a more sustainable future? Join the LabourList reception sponsored by Our Future Skies for free drinks and the perfect opportunity to network as conference gets underway. Speakers include Chi Onwurah MP, Luke Pollard MP, Bill Esterson MP and Karen Dee of Our Future Skies.

A large drinks order has been placed, of course.

Monday 23rd September 2019

13:30-15:00 – Labour’s next manifesto: bridging divides with radical policies

Pavilion Room, The Grand

We’re partnering with Unite to offer a panel event exploring the radical potential of Labour’s next manifesto. Labour’s 2017 manifesto brought the party together with a popular set of policies ‘for the many, not the few’. Rebecca Long-Bailey MP, Faiza Shaheen, Lisa Nandy MP and Lauren Townsend will talk about how the party could go further, with fresh bold and radical ideas to help rebuild Britain and make our society fairer.

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Refreshments, including cake, will be provided.

15:30-17:00 Do low-income voters hold the key to the next election?

Pavilion Room, The Grand

For this event, we’re partnering with the Joseph Rowntree Foundation to talk about the impact low-income voters will have on the next general election. Speakers include Labour shadow equalities secretary Dawn Butler MP and frontbencher Laura Pidcock MP, the JRF’s Claire Ainsley and professor Anand Menon. They will discuss what matters most to those on poverty wages and how their votes could change the outcome of the upcoming poll.

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Refreshments, including chips and cake, will be provided.

21:00-02:00 – LabourList Karaoke

Charles Street Tap, 8 Marine Parade, Brighton BN2 1TA

Our legendary conference karaoke night is back this year in Brighton – featuring the musical stylings of Labour’s very own DJ Alex Sobel MP. Who knows which party figures you could duet with? Don’t miss it!

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Buy your ticket online here.