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Proportional Representation for the next Labour manifesto

  • St Nicholas' Church, Church Street, BN1 3LJ, Brighton (map)

Make Votes Matter and the Labour Campaign for Electoral Reform co-host this exciting, fast-paced rally and reception: Proportional Representation for the next Labour manifesto.

Mary Honeyball MEP

Richard Burden MP

Polly Toynbee

Stephen Twigg MP

George Monbiot

Owen Jones

Jess Garland, Electoral Reform Society

Howard Beckett, Unite

Chaired by: Paul Blomfield MP

Daniel Zeichner MP

Alan Whitehead MP

Julie Ward MEP

Chuka Umunna MP

Lord Jeff Rooker

Jonathan Reynolds MP

Odd-Inge KvalheimNorwegian Labour Party


This will be a fast-moving event calling upon the Labour Party to adopt Proportional Representation as party policy, with speakers from across the party and wider Labour movement. We will hear about why electoral reform is fundamental to the tasks we face as a party, about the growing support among members, trade unions and the PLP, and how all of us can take action to help us put PR in the next Labour Manifesto.

The event will be outside the security zone. Speeches and discussion will be followed by a drinks reception, with live music from Matt Hill, a.k.a. Quiet Loner, playing songs from his Album: The Battle for the Ballot: Songs and stories from the fight for the right to vote!

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Later Event: September 30
Muswell Hill Roadshow