This is a ticketed event - you will need to purchase a ticket for the Fabian New Year Conference in order to attend

From policy disagreements over Syria and Trident to threats of deselection and arguments over electoral strategy and positioning, the first four months of Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership have exposed deep divides within the Labour Party.

At this year's YF Fringe at the Fabian New Year Conference, we ask figures from across the spectrum of opinion whether these differences are irreconcilable, or whether a common ground can be found upon which Labour can win in the 2020 General Election.

Invited speakers

  • Conor Pope, LabourList (Chair)
  • Shelly Asquith, NUS
  • Bex Bailey, Labour NEC Youth Rep
  • James Bloodworth, Commentator, former editor Left Foot Forward
  • Conrad Landin, Morning Star
WHEN
January 16, 2016 at 1:30pm - 2:40pm
WHERE
Institute of Education
20 Bedford Way
London WC1H 0AL
United Kingdom
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CONTACT
Ben West · · +447915978681
38 RSVPS
Thomas Messenger Jack Gamble Praful Rafael Nargund Liron Velleman Mo Ahmed Anthony Breach Bhavan Jaipragas Amy Westwell Tait Kelaiah Amador Craig Mitchell-Powell Tom Cutterham Tom Cutterham James Hallwood James Bloodworth Lola McEvoy Ollie MacArthur Dr Martin Edobor James Bulman Bex Bailey Ria Bernard Ella Cape-Davenhill Rachel Megan Barker Fran Louise Danny Filer Miriam Mirwitch Stefanie Lehmann Ben West Maria Finnerty Alexander Chai Jack Storry Abigail Louise Jasmin Beckett Daniel Mulloy Nick Garland Nathaneal Amos-Sansam Aymen Ibn Socrates Rania Ramli Jack Phipps

Who's RSVPing

Thomas Messenger
Jack Gamble
Praful Rafael Nargund
Liron Velleman
Mo Ahmed
Anthony Breach
Bhavan Jaipragas
Amy Westwell Tait
Kelaiah Amador
Craig Mitchell-Powell
Tom Cutterham
Tom Cutterham
James Hallwood
James Bloodworth
Lola McEvoy
Ollie MacArthur
Dr Martin Edobor
James Bulman
Bex Bailey
Ria Bernard
Ella Cape-Davenhill
Rachel Megan Barker
Fran Louise
Danny Filer
Miriam Mirwitch
Stefanie Lehmann
Ben West
Maria Finnerty
Alexander Chai
Jack Storry

Will you come?