Winning a Mandate for Change ‘In Conversation With…’ series

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Part of our Winning a Mandate for Change programme, these events focused on the policy and strategy that Labour needs as it prepares for the 2015 general election.

About the series:

Open to all, each event was hosted by a lobby journalist and included questions from the audience. This series gave a platform to leading members of the shadow cabinet to showcase their policy portfolio as we head into the new year and the general election.

Past events

Winning a Mandate for Change: In conversation with … Ed Balls MP
6-7pm, Tuesday 14 October
Committee Room 16, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA

Ed Balls MP Shadow chancellor of the exchequer
In conversation with: Mary Riddell Daily Telegraph

Winning a Mandate for Change: In conversation with … Tristram Hunt MP
6.30-7.30pm, Tuesday 28 October
Committee Room 12, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA

Tristram Hunt MP Shadow secretary of state for education
In conversation with: David Aaronovitch The Times

Read James Beckles’ review of the event [here]

Winning a Mandate for Change: In conversation with … Rachel Reeves MP
6-7pm, Tuesday 11 November
Committee Room 12, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA

Rachel Reeves MP Shadow secretary of state for work and pensions
In conversation with: Stephen Bush Daily Telegraph

Read Kerrie Gilbert’s review of the event [here]

Winning a Mandate for Change: In conversation with … Jon Cruddas MP
6-7pm, Tuesday 25 November
Committee Room 12, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA

Jon Cruddas MP Coordinator of Labour’s policy review
In conversation with: Philip Collins The Times

Read Maeve McCormack’s review of the event [here]

Winning a Mandate for Change: In conversation with … Chuka Umunna MP
6-7pm, Tuesday 9 December
Committee Room 12, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA

Chuka Umunna MP Shadow secretary of state for business, innovation and skills
In conversation with: John Rentoul Independent on Sunday

Read Gurjinder Dhaliwal’s review of the event [here]

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