Saturday 21 May 2016, 9.30am-5.30pm | Central London location
This year’s Fabian Summer Conference ‘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.
As well as hosting the Labour party leader, we will be joined by politicians, experts and commentators from across the Labour movement and beyond, and the day will feature a range of speeches, plenaries, breakouts, and interactive member-led sessions. Labour must make itself relevant for the 2020s and broaden its appeal to people who rejected it in May. Throughout the conference, we will bring you the fundamental debates that Labour needs on its purpose, organisation and ideas.
The Fabian Society fringe at Labour Party Conference
Sunday 27th September – Tuesday 29th September / Holiday Inn Brighton Seafront, 137 King’s Road, Brighton BN1 2JF
Following a summer of introspection, Jeremy Corbyn’s election as leader has set the Labour Party on a new course. This year’s Fabian fringe will focus on the policy debates Labour must have as it seeks to appeal to those who rejected it in May, and bring together a broad range of voices to challenge the Party to do better for the people who need it most. With speakers including Dan Jarvis MP, Keir Starmer MP, Caroline Flint MP, Ben Bradshaw MP, Peter Kellner, Maurice Glasman, Tim Montgomerie and John McTernan.