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Start:
Jul 11, 2015
End:
Jul 11, 2015
Venue:
Marriot Hotel, Maritime Quarter, Swansea, SA1 3SS United Kingdom

Progress Wales conference 2015

Progress Wales conference 2015
10am-2pm, Saturday 11 July 2015
Swansea Marriott, Maritime Quarter, Swansea SA1 3SS

Agenda for Progress Wales conference 2015:

9am: Registration opens

10am: Where next for Wales: What should Labour learn from the general election?
Owen Smith MP 
Shadow secretary of state for Wales
Stephen Doughty MP Cardiff South and Penarth
Mary Wimbury Former parliamentary candidate, Aberconwy
David Taylor Former adviser to secretary of state for Wales
Chair: Christina Rees MP Neath

11.15am Breakout sessions
Back to best: Can Wales encourage economic growth and tackle inequality?
Clear red water: Do more powers for Wales threaten the union?

12.45pm Break

1pm EU-turn if you want to: Is Wales’ future in Europe?
Vaughan 
Gething AM Deputy minister for health
Kelvin Hopkins MP Co-founder, Labour for Britain
Carolyn Harris MP Swansea East
Rob Johnston Industrial director, Community
Chair: Mari Williams Former parliamentary candidate, Cardiff North

2pm: Close

 

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