FEPS - Fabian Society New Year Confernce 2020 will take place on Saturday 18 January 2020, just five weeks after the December general election. This is a perfect opportunity to gather senior politicians, policy experts and members to discuss the election outcome, ongoing Brexit proceedings and the role of the left in influencing both domestic and international policy.
We are delighted to announce that speakers will include László Andor, FEPS Secretary General, who will open the conference with a keynote speech, and Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, who will make a keynote speech on his agenda for the 2020 London mayor election.
Other confirmed speakers include: Hilary Benn MP, Dawn Butler MP, Kate Green MP, Seema Malhotra MP, Rachel Reeves MP, Wes Streeting MP, Theresa Griffin MEP, Rory Palmer MEP, László Andor (secretary general, FEPS), Claire Ainsley (Joseph Rowntree Foundation), Olivia Bailey (Fabian Society), James Bloodworth (author, Hired), Cllr Antoinette Bramble (LGA Labour), Cllr Matthew Brown (Preston City Council), Sir John Curtice (University of Strathclyde), James Frith (former MP for Bury North), Andrew Harrop (Fabian Society), Ayesha Hazarika (Evening Standard), Will Jennings (University of Southampton), Mathew Lawrence (Common Wealth), Anand Menon (UK in a Changing Europe), Martin O’Neill (University of York), Carys Roberts (IPPR), Paula Surridge (University of Bristol), Polly Toynbee (the Guardian), Farhana Yamin (Chatham House).
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