The Path to Power conference, presented by the New Statesman and Spotlight, will bring you inside the Labour Party machine as it gears up for an election in 2024. After over a decade of Conservative Party rule, the polls suggest that a Labour victory is in sight. But how would a Labour government deliver on its key priorities?
Join us on Tuesday 28th November 2023 in Westminster to hear insights from the biggest players in the Labour Party, senior experts, commentators and industry leaders and network with fellow influential guests.
Just some of our speakers
Political Editor, New Statesman
Deputy Chief Executive, NHS Providers
Jonathan Reynolds MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Business and Trade
Wes Streeting MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care
What are the Labour government's five missions?
Taking inspiration from the 5 Missions for a Better Britain that Keir Starmer unveiled in early 2023, the conference will examine how Labour can translate these ambitions into reality, what key stakeholders think and what striving for the five missions will mean for politics and people across the UK. These missions are:
➤ Secure the highest sustained growth in the G7
➤ Building an NHS fit for the future
➤ Breaking down the barriers to opportunity at every stage
➤ Making Britain a clean energy superpower
➤ Making Britain’s streets safe
How to attend?
Secure your pass under the introductory offer for only £99.00 saving you £100 off the standard rate of £199.00 - this offer ends on 15 September.
A complimentary guest list system will be in operation at this event for Labour Party staff and elected officials, third-sector professionals, journalists, policy specialists and practitioners. Those from the private sector will need to pay to attend this event. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.