Post pink bus politics: How does Labour speak to women again?
Tuesday 27 September, 7.30–8.45pm, Comedy Central, 17 Edward Pavilion, Liverpool L3 4AF
With the Labour party failing to elect or subsequently select any women to any of the top posts within the Labour party, and the current shadow cabinet not being gender balanced many feel we can no longer be seen as the party for women. This panel will discuss if this is the case and how we change this impression.
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Alison McGovern MP Chair, Progress
Thangam Debbonaire MP Bristol West
Emma Burnell National committee member, Labour Women’s Network
Ayesha Hazarika Comedian and former SpAd to Harriet Harman
Chair: Bex Bailey Former NEC youth rep
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