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 the next election. Should Labour win power, they will be faced with a turbulent international picture, straitened economic circumstances at home and a chance to revitalise British politics. But how could Labour deliver transformative change?
The conference will examine how Labour can translate its ambitions into reality, should the party win the next election. We will explore what key stakeholders think and what Labour’s agenda would mean for politics and people across the UK.
Join us on Tuesday 26th March 2024 in central London, to hear insights from the biggest players in the Labour Party, senior experts, commentators and industry leaders and network with fellow influential guests.
Previous Path to Power Speakers
Political Editor, New Statesman
Deputy Chief Executive, NHS Providers
Jonathan Reynolds MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Business and Trade
Emily Thornberry MP
Shadow Attorney General
Key topics include:
➤ Securonomics: How could a Labour government boost economic resilience and growth?
➤ How can Labour build a future-focused education and skills system?
➤ How can a preventative approach to health and care help Labour to deliver for patients?
➤ Britain reconnected: How could a Labour government use partnerships to address global challenges?
➤ Innovation nation: What is Labour’s vision for the future of industry?
➤ How can Labour deliver its green prosperity plan in a challenging economic climate?
How to attend?
Secure your conference pass now on the Super Early Bird offer of £99 exc. VAT
Super Early Bird offer ends February 21st - Full price £199 + VAT
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 email@example.com for more information.