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Labour conference 2019: pick of Saturday's fringe events

Labour conference 2019: pick of Saturday's fringe events

Jeremy Hughes | PoliticsHome

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Overwhelmed by the number of events going on over the conference period? Don't worry, PoliticsHome has got your back. Here's a run down of the best to watch out for at Labour conference on Monday 23 September.

17.30 - LabourList Rally: Rebuilding Britain, with Unite
Party insider's bible LabourList holds a rally in conjuction union Unite which should help conference-goers ease into the action. Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott is already down to speak, while other big beasts of the Shadow Cabinet like Emily Thornberry, John McDonnell and Angela Rayner have also been invited.
Location: Charlotte room, The Grand
17.30 - The Media War On Labour... And How To Defeat It
Left-wing newspaper the Morning Star hosts Shadow frontbenchers Diane Abbott and Rebecca Long-Bailey in an event that could deliver a few punchy newslines of its own. Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has also been invited to attend.
Location: Empress Room, The Grand 
18.45 - Labour Women's Network and Jo Cox Foundation Abuse Of Women In Public Life - How Can We Make Politics Safe Again, Online And On The Streets?
Spend ten minutes on Twitter and you'll realise how much nonsense women in politics have to put up with. This timely event with Labour MP Rachel Reeves and invited speaker Diane Abbott will be well worth an ear. 
Location: Arundel 2 Holiday Inn
17.30 - LGBT+ Labour Start of Conference Party
Labour's LGBT+ campaigners let their hair down as the other side of conference - partying - gets underway. RSVP only.
Location: Charles Street Bar, 8 Marine Parade, Brighton

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