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The Purple Book: Should we leave the big state behind? (Medway)

November 2, 2011


With the launch of The Purple Book, Progress are going round the country to debate the ideas it contains. These events will give local members a chance to hear from authors of The Purple Book about their chapter and discuss the wider theme of the book, redistributing power. In particular, the event will explore, whether or not Labour should get back in touch with its decentralising tradition and if so how it should achieve this.

Progress will be in Rochester on the 2 November 2011 between 7-8:30pm at the Rochester Coffee Co. (146 High Street ME1 1ER) and would be delighted if you could attend.


  • Author: Rachel Reeves MP
  • Author: John Woodcock MP
  • Speaker: Cllr Wes Streeting
  • Chair: Naushabah Khan (Kent Young Labour)

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November 2, 2011
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Rochester Coffee Co
146 High Street, Array
Rochester, ME1 1ER United Kingdom

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