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29/09/2019

16.00 ConservativeHome in partnership with Atos

Manchester Central : Central 5

AI: Could we? Should we?

What potential does AI have to positively impact citizens in the near future and how do we ensure it serves all citizens equally?

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As AI pushes the boundaries of technology, the issue of ethics is becoming more prominent. What potential does AI have to positively impact citizens in the near future and how do we ensure it serves all citizens equally?

30/09/2019

17.00 ConservativeHome in partnership with British Red Cross & Co-op

Manchester Central : ConservativeHome Marquee

Tackling Loneliness Drinks Reception: The Government Loneliness Strategy one year on

British Red Cross and Co-op's reception with ConservativeHome celebrates progress in tackling loneliness and looks at the steps ahead.

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The British Red Cross and Co-op annual ‘Tackling Loneliness’ drinks reception co-hosted with ConservativeHome will celebrate the progress made so far and look to the next steps in tackling loneliness in the UK. This is an open reception bringing together politicians, leading public figures, businesses and the charity sector in a relaxed environment to take stock of the Government’s Loneliness Strategy so far and the brilliant work happening across the country to reduce loneliness.

01/10/2019

09.15 ConservativeHome

Manchester Central : ConservativeHome Marquee

Moggcast LIVE with ConservativeHome

Sit in on the recording of Jacob Rees-Mogg's hit podcast.

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An exclusive chance to see a special conference episode of ConservativeHome’s Jacob Rees-Mogg podcast. The Moggcast is recorded in front of a live audience. Jacob will be in conversation with Paul Goodman and the interview - as well as your audience questions - will be broadcast to listeners around the world later the same day.

11.00 ConservativeHome in partnership with The UK in a Changing Europe

Manchester Central : ConservativeHome Marquee

Delivering Brexit: a conversation

Join the UK in a Changing Europe and ConservativeHome to discuss where next for the Conservative Party on Brexit.

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With weeks to go till the UK is due to leave the European Union, the UK in a Changing Europe and ConservativeHome are bringing together senior figures in the party and academic expertise to discuss the key Brexit issues: will the UK leave the EU on 31 October, and if so will it be with or without a deal? Is the Boris Johnson government more ready and willing to implement a no deal Brexit than Theresa May? And what would a general election, before or after Brexit, mean for the Conservative Party?

11.00 ConservativeHome in partnership with Shelter

Manchester Central : Central 5

How does the modern Conservative Party reconnect with the tradition of social housebuilding?

With millions trapped privately renting and locked out of home ownership, is now the time to reconnect with the tradition of social housebuilding?

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We know a stable home is a vital part of a successful society. And for previous generations social housing offered this, but now, for too many, social housing and homeownership are out of reach, meaning only unstable and expensive private renting is left. In the post war era, Conservatives led the way in social housing delivery, and now as much as ever the Conservative Party needs to reconnect with its social home history. Join us to discuss how this can be achieved.

15.00 ConservativeHome in partnership with Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Manchester Central : Central 5

Could low-income voters hold the key to the next election?

Join leading thought leaders for a timely exploration of how the Conservative Party can best appeal to low-income voters

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Recent analysis from JRF reveals that higher turnout and more switching between parties means low-income voters could hold the key to the next election. But as politics continues to be dominated by Brexit, how can the parties best appeal to this group? To provoke discussion, JRF will present findings from a major research programme into what low-income voters want, how they have behaved in recent elections, as well as the first ever public mapping of their distribution across key marginal seats.

22.00 Save the Children & ConservativeHome

Manchester Central : Exchange 11

Save the Children Centenary Reception

100th Anniversary Reception

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On the 100th anniversary of Save the Children's foundation, this reception will celebrate the impact that UK aid makes for children around the world, as well as the Government's role in giving children in the UK the best possible start in life.



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