‘Britain’s Future, Labour’s Future’ with Gordon Brown as keynote speaker at Fabian’s summer conference


21 - 22/05/2016
00:00:00 - 00:00:00
London, UK London, UK
‘Britain’s Future, Labour’s Future’ with Gordon Brown as keynote speaker at Fabian’s summer conference

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On Saturday May 21st 2016, in London.

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This year’s Fabian Summer Conference, organised together with FEPS, entitled ‘Britain’s Future, Labour’s Future’ will examine the UK’s EU referendum choice and map out routes to recovery for the centre left. The day will divide into two halves, with the morning devoted to questions of Britain and Europe and the afternoon asking how the Labour Party can respond to today’s other economic, social and political challenges.

Our keynote speaker Gordon Brown will deliver a major speech on the EU referendum.

Massimo D’Alema, FEPS President will open the day’s discussions.

During the rest of the morning the conference will debate the competing arguments of the ‘Leave’ and ‘Remain’ campaigns – and after lunch the conference will explore the future direction of the left where FEPS will also participate.

Ania Skrzypek, Senior Research Fellow at FEPS, will be a speaker at the fringe: “The state of the race: arguments, tactics, personalities and polls”. 

It will take place in central London (venue to be confirmed). The full agenda will be announced in the coming weeks; for more information visit the Fabian Society: https://www.fabians.org.uk/events/

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