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The Fabian Society
      Keynote speech: Jeremy Corbyn MP, leader of the Labour Party
                                            Morning plenary:

Winning battles, winning the war? The art of opposition
Stella Creasy MP (Walthamstow), Owen Jones (journalist and author), Deborah Mattinson (founding director, Britain Thinks), Tom Baldwin (former senior adviser to Ed Miliband), Chair: Andrew Harrop (general secretary, Fabian Society)
                                    Morning breakout sessions:

The mountain to climb: how does Labour win in the 2020s? 
Richard Angell (director, Progress), Ellie Mae O’Hagan (journalist), James Morris (partner, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research), Olivia Bailey (research director, Fabian Society), Chair: George Eaton (political editor, New Statesman)

Rebalancing the economy, rebuilding trust: the left’s agenda for business and growth
Rachel Reeves MP (Leeds West), Grant Robertson MP (finance spokesperson, New Zealand Labour), Sonny Leong (chair, Chinese for Labour and chief executive, Civil Service College), James Sproule (chief economist, Institute of Directors), Chair: Sarah Sackman (lawyer and former parliamentary candidate)

The fight of a generation? Labour and the EU referendum
Emma Reynolds MP (Wolverhampton South West), Ernst Stetter (general secretary, FEPS), Anneliese Dodds MEP (Labour MEP for the South East), Sunder Katwala (director, British Future), Chair: Ivana Bartoletti (chair, Fabian Women’s Network) 
Time to act: leading from opposition to tackle Britain's housing crisis 
Cllr Sarah Hayward (leader, Camden Council), Roger Harding (director of communications, policy and campaigns, Shelter), Cllr James Murray (executive member for housing and development, Islington Council), Chair: Emma Burnell (campaigner and blogger)
Future left: how is Britain changing and how should the left respond?
Lisa Nandy MP (shadow secretary of state for energy and climate change), Dan Jarvis MP (Barnsley Central), Keir Starmer MP (Holborn and St Pancras), Chair: Ed Wallis (editorial director and senior research fellow, Fabian Society) 
                                    Lunchtime fringe sessions:  
In conversation with Sadiq Kahn MP (Labour's candidate for Mayor of London)
Chair: Heather Stewart (political editor, The Guardian) 
Smarter government, stronger economy Organised by the Fabian Women’s Network 
Seema Malhotra MP (shadow chief secretary to the Treasury), Annajoy David (businesswoman), Wes Streeting MP (Ilford North), Glenys Thornton (chief executive, The Young Foundation)
What common ground can the Party unite around to win in 2020? Organised by the Young Fabians 
James Bloodworth (journalist and blogger), Bex Bailey (Labour National Executive Committee), Shelley Asquith (vice president of welfare, National Union of Students), Conrad Landin (industrial reporter, Morning Star), Conor Pope (writer, LabourList) 
                                   Afternoon breakout sessions:

A colder war? Defence and security in the 2020s
Malcolm Chalmers (deputy director-general, Royal United Services Institute), Kate Hudson (general secretary, CND), David Clark (former special adviser to Robin Cook), Sophy Gardner (former RAF Officer and former parlimantery candidate)
The best of our past: can Labour's traditions come together again?
Dianne Hayter (Labour peer), Patrick Diamond (co-chair, Policy Network), Karin Christiansen (former general secretary, Co-operative Party), Charlotte Riley (lecturer, University of Southampton), Chair: Greg Rosen (chair, Labour History Group)

A party of all the talents? Towards a movement that looks like modern Britain
Dawn Butler MP (Brent Central), Daniel Johnson (Labour Scottish parliament candidate), Cllr Eleanor Southwood (vice-chair RNIB), Chair: Cllr Bev Craig (Burnage Councillor)
Justice under siege: how can Labour save fundamental rights?
Andy Slaughter MP (shadow minister for justice), Gordon Nardell QC (barrister, former Labour councillor and chair, Bar Council EU Law Committee), Frances Crook (chief executive, Howard League for Penal Reform), Lucy Rigby (lawyer and former parliamentary candidate),   Chair: Sara Ibrahim (barrister and executive member, Fabian Society)
Participative session - Public services in the next decade: debating the left’s alternative
Marc Stears (chief executive, New Economics Foundation), Sonia Sodha (chief leader writer, The Observer), Dan Corry (chief executive, New Philanthropy Capital), Cllr Lib Peck (leader, Lambeth Council), Chair: Andrew Harrop (general secretary, Fabian Society)
                                           Afternoon plenary:

Radical and realist? What vision for Labour in the 2020s?
Chuka Umunna MP (Streatham), Polly Toynbee (columnist, The Guardian), Neal Lawson (chair, Compass), Laurie Penny (contributing editor, New Statesman), Chair: Jan Royall (Labour Peer)
CLOSE: 5pm. We hope you will join us for post-conference drinks at The Marquis Cornwallis. 


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