Comedy Store, Manchester, 6pm | Douglas Alexander MP, Andrew Adonis, Hilary Benn MP , Ben Bradshaw MP, Michael Cashman MEP, Caroline Flint MP, Jane Kennedy, Tessa Jowell MP, Marvin Rees, Stephen Twigg MP, Chuka Umunna MP.
Chair: Simon Fanshawe
Progress Reception (Invitation only)
Comedy Store, Manchester, 7.30pm | Chuka Umunna MP, Chris Leslie MP.
Chair: John Woodcock MP
In association with the BVCA
Local government under pressure: Adapt to survive? (Invitation only)
PwC Manchester, 8am | Margaret Hodge MP, Sir Albert Bore, leader, Birmingham city council, Andy Ford, PwC.
Chair: Cllr Patrick Diamond
In association with PwC
The doorstep challenge: How can Labour talk about immigration?
Peter House, Manchester, 12.45pm | Chris Bryant MP, Polly Billington, PPC for Thurrock, Peter Kellner, YouGov, Jane Thomas, former PPC for Keighley.
Chair: Andy Crane, BBC Radio Manchester
In association with British Future
From opposition to opportunity: How can Labour develop good policy for government?
Peter House, Manchester, 6pm | Stewart Wood, Andy Burnham MP, Catherine Haddon, Institute for Government, James Purnell.
Chair: Peter Riddell, Institute for Government.
In association with the Institute for Government
Social partnerships: Can business and trade unions create a new capitalism?
Peter House, Manchester, 7.30pm | Ian Murray MP, Nita Clarke, the IPA, Manuel Cortes, TSSA.
Chair: Sue Ferns, Unions21
In association with the IPA and Unions21
How can Labour focus on the skills agenda to develop both growth and social mobility? (Invitation only)
Peter House, Manchester, 8am | Andrew Adonis, Shabana Mahmood MP, Martin Bean, The Open University.
Chair: Mary Riddell, Daily Telegraph. In association with The Open University
Progress Question Time
Peter House, Manchester, 6pm | Margaret Curran MP, Ivan Lewis MP, Phil Collins, the Times, Michael Leahy, Community the Union.
Chair: Lorna Fitzsimons
Rights and responsibilities: Is it time for football fans to take a seat at the table?
Peter House, Manchester, 6pm | Tom Greatrex MP, David Lampitt, Supporters Direct.
Chair: Alison McGovern MP
In association with Supporters Direct
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