The One Nation Debate series

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Progress is running a series of debates with the Labour party policy review t0 help craft Labour’s future offer and its manifesto for the 2015 general election. Events are open to all to attend.

One Nation public services: How do we encourage a greater sense of ownership?

Postponed – New date to be announced shortly
Houses of Parliament

  • Stephen Twigg MP Shadow education secretary
  • Liz Kendall MP Shadow minister for care and older people
  • Alice Hood Senior policy officer for public services, TUC
  • Hannah Jameson Head of strategy, Lambeth council
  • Chair: Steve Reed MP Croydon North

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From collective bargaining to mutual action

Tuesday 16 April 2013
6pm
Committee Room 10, Houses of Parliament

  • David Blunkett MP
  • Jon Wilson King’s College London
  • Nita Clarke Director, The Involvement and Participation Association
  • Chair: Chris Weavers Treasurer, Unions21

Organised by Progress, Labour Policy Review and Unions21

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One Nation Modernisation (with Compass): New or Blue, Radical or conservative?

Tuesday 23 April 2013
6pm
Committee Room 14, House of Commons

Philip Collins The Times
Maurice Glasman Labour peer
Chair: Mary Riddell Daily Telegraph

Listen to discussion here (audio kindly recorded and provided by Compass):

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One Nation Modernisation (with Compass):
What should a modern state and public services be like?

Tuesday 14 May 2013
6pm
Committee Room 14, House of Commons

Andrew Adonis Labour peer
Hilary Wainwright author, Public Service Reform …
But Not As We Know It
Chair: Jackie Ashley The Guardian

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One Nation Labour: How do we win back the south? (with the LGA Labour Group, the Smith Institute and Southern Front)

Tuesday 4 June 2013
4.30-6pm
Committee Room 10, Houses of Parliament

  • John Denham MP Chair, southern taskforce
  • Caroline Flint MP Shadow energy secretary and shadow cabinet lead for the south-east
  • Lewis Baston Democratic Audit
  • Sharon Taylor Leader, Stevenage BC and PPC for Stevenage (TBC)
  • Chair: Victoria Groulef PPC for Reading

In partnership with the LGA Labour Group, the Smith Institute, and Southern Front

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