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What’s Left for Labour in Europe?

 

FEPS annual fringe debate at Labour Party Annual Conference as usual will highlight common progressive challenges and offer solutions. At what looks like it could be the last conference whilst the UK is still in the EU, this debate will look in particular at the future of the UK Labour Party in a changing EU relationship.

Speakers of the fringe:

- Olivia Bailey, Deputy General Secretary at the Fabian Society

- Richard Corbett MEP, leader of the EPLP

- Clare Moody MEP, chair of Labour Movement for Europe

- Brendan Howlin, Leader of the Irish Labour Party

- Chairing, Charlotte Billingham, Executive Adviser at FEPS and David Earnshaw, Chair of Brussels Labour

Monday 24th September - 8.30-10 am

Registration not necessary.

For any questions please contact Charlotte.billingham@feps-europe.eu

 

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Monday, 24 September 2018

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