Brussels Labour, Labour International and Labour Movement Europe Fringe Events at Conference

For those attending the Labour Party Annual Conference 2017, which will take place from Sunday 24 September to Wednesday 27 September 2017, look out for the following events:

Migration and Rights in Europe and Beyond 
Organised by Brussels Labour and Labour International 
Sunday 24th September | 6pm | Durham Hall- Argyle, Hilton Brighton Metropole
Co-chaired by Colin O’Driscoll and Keir Fitch, with interventions by Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott MP and Jude Kirton-Darling MEP 

Brexit: The Future of Britain and Europe
Organised by LME and PES
Sunday 24th September | 12:30pm | Screen 2 Odeon Brighton, West St, Brighton 
Chaired by Ivana Bartoletti with interventions by Sir Keir Starmer, Alison McGovern MP, Chuka Umunna MP, Seema Malhotra MP and Catherine West MP
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Next Branch Meeting

The next Brussels Labour Branch meeting will take place on 21 September 2017 at 19:30 at the FEPS Rue Montoyer 40, 1040, Brussels.
Brussels Labour is pleased to welcome Thangam Debbonaire, MP for Bristol West as our guest speaker, preceded by a short discussion about the forthcoming Labour Party Conference.  Doors open at 19:00 – we look forward to seeing you there!
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Branch Meeting and General Election 2017 Update

Following its 7 June branch meeting, inviting members of the French Parti Socialiste to share views on the French Presidential and Parliamentary elections, Brussels Labour welcomes Labour’s gains in the 8 June general election.

During the branch meeting, entitled “A tale of two parliaments; the elections in France and the UK and what they could mean for Europe” attendees discussed the elections in both countries.

The results of the election show Theresa May has no mandate for a reckless Tory hard Brexit. Labour’s gains show the demand for a progressive, hopeful and positive government, which only Labour can deliver.

Brussels Labour calls for a Brexit that takes the views of the 48% of the population who voted to remain in the European Union into account, and don’t wish for a destructive and divisive hard Brexit.

Finally, Brussels Labour would like to thank all those party members and activists who fought so hard for these significant parliamentary gains for the Labour Party.

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