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Best of Britain: How does Labour effectively make the case for staying in Europe? in Leeds

Start:
Apr 28, 2016
End:
Apr 28, 2016
Venue:
Lecture Theatre D, The Rose Bowl, Portland Crescent,
Leeds, LS1 3HB United Kingdom

Ahead of the EU referendum, on the 28 April Progress and Labour Movement for Europe are pleased to invite you to a special training event followed by a panel discussion in Leeds to help activists make the best case on the doorstep for staying in Europe.

Activist training: How (not) to talk about Europe
6-7pm, Thursday 28 April 2016
Lecture Theatre D, The Rose Bowl, Portland Crescent, Leeds, LS1 3HB

Kevin Peel Member, European Union committee of regions

Based on the research by British Future this training will help equip activists with the skills to best convince the public about why it is so important to stay in the European Union. The training is free for all Progress and LME members and is just £5 for all other Labour members.

 

Best of Britain: How does Labour effectively make the case for staying in Europe?
7-8.15pm, Thursday 28 April 2016
Lecture Theatre D, The Rose Bowl, Portland Crescent, Leeds, LS1 3HB

Mary Creagh MP Wakefield
Richard Corbett MEP Yorkshire and the Humber

The discussion will centre around the challenges ahead of the upcoming European referendum and how we can all play our part in ensuring Britain remains part of the European Union. All Labour members are welcome to this free event.

 

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