On December 2019, the Labour Party endured its worst election night defeat since 1935. And while our Heartlands are diverse, there are common causes that underlies the rejection of our Party from Durham to Dundee. But what are they exactly?
The Fabians helped to create the Party in 1900, although is it responsible for its demise? It is clear that Labour’s path to victory lies in reuniting all our Heartlands, from the communities that voted to leave in the North and Midlands, to those in Scotland who abandoned Labour in 2015 and our growing young, diverse strongholds in cities.
Join us on Wednesday 27th January at 19:00 for this collaborative event by the Economy & Finance Network and the regional networks as we bring together a top panel of political heavyweights to discuss the economic challenges facing the Heartlands and what can Labour do to support them.
You can register for this Zoom event here.
Our panel includes:
🌹 Judith Cummins MP, Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee & Labour MP for Bradford South
🌹 Kate Green OBE MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Education & Labour MP & Labour MP for Stretford and Urmston
🌹 Bridget Phillipson MP, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury & Labour MP for Houghton and Sunderland South
🌹Ruth Smeeth, Chief Executive of Index on Censorship & former Labour MP for Stoke-on-Trent North
This event will also be co-chaired by:
🌹 Amarvir Singh-Bal, Secretary of the Economy & Finance Network
🌹 Grahame Anderson, Chair of the North East Network
🌹 Matthew Suddart, Chair of the North West Network
🌹 Alex Mitchell, Social Media Officer of the Yorkshire & the Humber
Please send us your questions in advance to economyne[email protected] and we will present them to the panel.