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Labour’s conference, day one: The Spectator guide | 23 September 2018

Labour return to Liverpool for the party’s annual conference. But amid tensions over Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership and the party’s anti-Semitism troubles, the gathering is unlikely to be an entirely happy occasion. Here are the events to keep an eye out for today:

Labour conference:

10:30: Morning Plenary Session:

Opening Formalities NEC Chair’s Address CAC Report General Secretary’s Report

11:30: Party democracy and campaigning

14:15: Afternoon Plenary Session:

Party democracy and campaigning

17:25: Votes

Fringe events:

12:30: Real Britain: Where People Have A Voice

Kevin Maguire (chair), Len McCluskey, John McDonnell MP, Ros Wynne, People from the Wigan Pier Project; Meeting Room 11A

12:45: The Jewish Labour Movement Rally

Luciana Berger MP,...

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