Event: Labour Party Conference: Who governs? Bridging the gap between localism and parliamentary sovereignty

Date
26 Sep 2016, 12:30–14:00
Venue
Hilton Liverpool City Centre, Grace Suite 1
Rates

Free

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Join the debate at our Labour fringe event. Details are listed below. We will also be hosting our well established invitation only dinners, which will allow for a more intimate discussion of the future of Local Government in a post-Brexit era.

The event is free to attend and there is no need to book. The event will take place in the secure zone.

Labour 

Host: LGiU

Title: Who governs? Bridging the gap between Localism and parliamentary sovereignty

We will be looking at the role of localism within the wider debate on sovereignty and asking whether we have missed the focus on what level power should be devolved to.

Speakers:

  • Sharon Taylor-  Leader of Stevenage Council
  • Mark Boleat- Chairman of the Policy and Resources Committee ( City of London )
  • Patrick Diamond- Lecturer in Public Policy, Queen Mary University of London
  • Jonathan Carr-West- Chief Executive of the LGiU

Date: 26th September

Time: 12:30- 14:00

Venue: Hilton Liverpool City Centre, Grace Suite 1

Our full conference programme can be found here. For any further information on LGiU at party conferences this year please contact Roshni Mistry on roshni.mistry@lgiu.org.uk 


Speakers
  • Steve Reed – MP for Croydon North
  • Sharon Taylor-  Leader of Stevenage Council
  • Patrick Diamond- Lecturer in Public Policy, Queen Mary University of London
  • Jonathan Carr-West- Chief Executive of the LGiU