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29/09/2019

12.45 Resolution Foundation

Midland Hotel : Alexandra B

The Future of Conservatism: How to win back younger voters

The Conservative Party needs cross-generational support to win the next election. How can it win back the under 45s who swung to Labour in 2017?

Speakers:

Age is becoming the new class in elections, and the Conservative Party experienced a significant swing against them in 2017 among younger voters. Winning back the under-45s will be key to the Conservatives winning the next election – but attracting relatively pro-EU younger voters in a Brexit-focused election is going to be challenging. What suite of policies should the Conservative Party adopt to win back younger voters? Speakers: Robert Jenrick MP - Secretary of State for Housing, Communit

17.00 Centre for Policy Studies

Manchester Central : Centre for Policy Studies, The Gallery

In Conversation with Rishi Sunak MP

CPS Director Robert Colvile talks to the Rt Hon Rishi Sunak MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury.

Speakers:

CPS Director Robert Colvile talks to the Rt Hon Rishi Sunak MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, about his career, his work at the Treasury, the Government's objectives and the future of the Conservative movement.

30/09/2019

14.00 Onward

Radisson Blu Edwardian, Peter Street Free Trade Hall, Manchester M2 5GP : Onward, Room 11

Setting places free: Giving local communities a stake in economic development

A panel event on giving local communities a stake in economic development, sponsored by Power to Change

Speakers:

This event will explore how best to give local communities a stake in economic development, especially in the context of Britain's departure from the EU on 31 October. Sponsored by Power to Change

01/10/2019

08.30 Westminster City Council

Midland Hotel : Royce Suite

Setting local government free: fiscal devolution

Join us for a panel discussion on the future of local government and devolution from 8.30am – 9.30am at the Midland Hotel.

Speakers:

Local Government is at a crossroads. Over the past decade councils have become more creative with their budgeting to meet the needs of their residents, businesses and visitors. Can local government find a more sustainable way of funding itself? Should local government be allowed to keep more of the taxes it collects? Should localism mean fiscal devolution? Join us for a panel discussion on the future of local government and devolution from 8.30am – 9.30am at the Midland Hotel.



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