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Changing perceptions: How does Labour become the party of micro-businesses and the self-employed? With the IPSE

September 26, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm

Changing perceptions: How does Labour become the party of micro-businesses and the self-employed?
Monday 26 September, 6-7.15pm, Comedy Central, 17 Edward Pavilion, Liverpool L3 4AF

This panel discussion will discuss the perception that Labour is not the party for small businesses and self-employed people, the reasons behind this perception and how Labour can cater its message to show how it would be able to support microbusinesses.

This event is in partnership with the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed

Speakers:

Seema Malhotra MP Feltham and Heston

Jamie Reed MP Copeland

Simon McVicker Director of policy, IPSE

John Park Assistant general secretary, Community

Chair: Sarah Hayward Leader, London borough of Camden

This event is a Progress fringe event at Labour party conference 2016. This event will take place outside of the secure zone. For any further questions, contact megan@progressonline.org.uk

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Date:
September 26, 2016
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Event Category:

Organiser

Progress
Website:
www.progressonline.org.uk

Venue

Comedy Central
17 Edward Pavilion, Albert Dock
Liverpool, L3 4AF United Kingdom
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