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During the last parliament Progress held 66 events, in 35 cities, engaging 3,000 members across the United Kingdom.

We held events in Barrow, Blackpool, Brighton, Bristol, Burton, Cambridge, Canterbury, Cardiff, Durham, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Grantham, Ipswich, Leicester, Lincoln, Liverpool, Maidstone, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Preston, Reading, Redcar, Rochester, Sheffield, Slough, Sunderland, Swansea, Warwick, Watford and York.

We are only able to organise these events thanks to the support we get though our membership. Help us bring the debate to even more people during this parliament by joining Progress today: prog.rs/join

Start:
Sep 26, 2016
End:
Sep 26, 2016
Venue:
Britannia Pavilion, Albert Dock
Liverpool, L3 4AD United Kingdom

Protecting the frontline: How do we save pharmacies in our local communities?

Protecting the frontline: How do we save pharmacies in our local communities? Monday 26 September, 8am, Vinea, Unit B7, Britannia Pavilion, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AD Karin Smyth MP Bristol South Jonathan McShane Cabinet member, London borough of Hackney Mark Burdon PSNC Cumbria and North East regional representative This event will discuss the challenges facing community pharmacies around the country that are under threat from government cuts and changes that will have a negative impact on the services they are able to offer…

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Start:
Sep 26, 2016
End:
Sep 26, 2016
Venue:
17 Edward Pavilion, Albert Dock
Liverpool, L3 4AF United Kingdom

Building the new economy: How can Labour position itself for the fourth industrial revolution? With EEF

Building the new economy: How can Labour position itself for the fourth industrial revolution? Monday 26 September, 12.45-2pm, Comedy Central, 17 Edward Pavilion, Liverpool L3 4AF This event will discuss how with Britain’s economy rapidly changing in an increasingly globalised world Labour can best position itself to represent those who may be adversely affected by the new economic landscape as well as helping to promote the growth in the economy that is needed. This event is in partnership with EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation. …

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Start:
Sep 26, 2016
End:
Sep 26, 2016
Venue:
17 Edward Pavilion, Albert Dock
Liverpool, L3 4AF United Kingdom

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

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…

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Start:
Sep 26, 2016
End:
Sep 26, 2016
Venue:
17 Edward Pavilion, Albert Dock
Liverpool, L3 4AF United Kingdom

All grown up: How do we best support our young people for the world of work outside the classroom? with NCS

All grown up: How do we best support our young people for the world of work outside the classroom? Monday 26 September, 7.30-8.45pm, Comedy Central, 17 Edward Pavilion, Liverpool L3 4AF Taking part in the National Citizen Service helps our young people prepare for life outside the classroom. Three in every four young people who take part in NCS say they feel more confident about getting a job after they take part. The panel will discuss this as well as…

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Start:
Sep 27, 2016
End:
Sep 27, 2016
Venue:
Britannia Pavilion, Albert Dock
Liverpool, L3 4AD United Kingdom

Changing times, changing markets: How do regulators build trust and ensure standards in professional services? with SRA

Changing times, changing markets: How do regulators build trust and ensure standards in professional services? Tuesday 27 September, 8am, Vinea, Unit B7, Britannia Pavilion, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AD Jonathan Reynolds MP Stalybridge and Hyde Chris Elmore MP Ogmore Lucy Anderson MEP London Kate O’Rourke Chair, Society of Labour lawyers Crispin Passmore Executive director of policy, Solicitors Regulation Authority   In a world built on international trade and finance, trust between regulators and those in the services industry is paramount. This event will be a wide-ranging debate centered…

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Progress
Start:
Sep 27, 2016
End:
Sep 27, 2016
Venue:
17 Edward Pavilion, Albert Dock
Liverpool, L3 4AF United Kingdom

Passionate and principled: How do we reenergise progressive centre ground politics?

Passionate and principled: How do we reenergise progressive centre ground politics? Tuesday 27 September, 12.45–2pm, Comedy Central, 17 Edward Pavilion, Liverpool L3 4AF Centre left politics has been under intense pressure over the last twelve months, and the threat of Labour not being in a position to offer a credible alternative to the Conservatives when the election is announced is very real. This discussion will look at how we can best turn our politics and our party’s fortune around. This event is a…

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Start:
Sep 27, 2016
End:
Sep 27, 2016
Venue:
17 Edward Pavilion, Albert Dock
Liverpool, L3 4AF United Kingdom

Phoenix from the ashes: How do we create a new social chapter post-Brexit? With the IPA

Phoenix from the ashes: How do we create a new social chapter post-Brexit?   Tuesday 27 September, 6-7.15pm, Comedy Central, 17 Edward Pavilion, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AF This event will discuss how a new social chapter can be developed to adapt to a labour force that has changed since the 1990’s, and to Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union. Flexible and remote working has exponentially increased and this poses challenges as well as opportunities for EU workers. Yet Brexit means uncertainty for British…

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Start:
Sep 27, 2016
End:
Sep 27, 2016
Venue:
17 Edward Pavilion, Albert Dock
Liverpool, L3 4AF United Kingdom

Post pink bus politics: How does Labour speak to women again?

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…

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