Members of the shadow cabinet are holding a series of online policy roundtable discussions to allow party members to feed your ideas and experiences into Labour’s policy programme.
These events, to be held over the next three weeks, will feed directly into the National Policy Forum report and help shape the party’s policy direction.
The first, on justice and home affairs with shadow home secretary Nick Thomas Symonds, was held on Friday 5 June with the next on work, pension and equality due on Tuesday 9 June.
Work, Pensions and Equality
Tuesday 9 June, 2pm to 3.30pm
With Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Jonathan Reynolds
Housing, Local Government and Transport
Monday 15 June, 4pm to 5.30pm
With Shadow Secretary of State for Communities & Local Government, Steve Reed
Friday 19 June, 4pm to 5:30pm
With Shadow Foreign Secretary, Lisa Nandy
Early Years, Education and Skills
Wednesday 24 June, 6pm to 7:30pm
With Shadow Education Secretary, Rebecca Long Bailey
The Labour Party is keen to hear from as many members as possible, although spaces are limited to give time for an in-depth discussion. Members who can’t make the events, are invited to send their thoughts to the party’s online policy consultation.