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Labour Party Conference 2014: Wealth, Inequality and Power

Under the Coalition Government real wages have fallen by 7% in the last 2 years - and are still falling - while personal fortunes at the top are continuing to rise. In Wealth, Inequality and Power, speakers will discuss why such inequality in wealth and power harms everyone and how a modern vision for the role of the state can address this.

Monday 22 September 2014, Manchester

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Labour Party Conference 2014: What Britain Needs

In What Britain Needs, speakers will discuss how we can tackle this cost of living crisis and achieve fairness and equality in key areas of people’s lives- housing, pay and childcare.The event is a precursor to our national Conference of the same name (Sat 1 November).

Tuesday 23 September 2014, Manchester  |  Details »

Labour Party Conference 2014: The Great British Rip Off

Class, Unionstogether and the Trade Union Group of MPs (TUG) are collaborating on a series of regional events to discuss the living standards crisis. This event at Labour Party Conference marks the culmination of this series and will see the launch of our pamphlet on the cost of living crisis.

Tuesday 23 September 2014, Manchester  |  Details »

Class Conference 2014: What Britain Needs

We are pleased to announce that we will be holding our second annual conference on 1 November 2014 at TUC Congress House, the home of the trade union movement, for delegates from across the country.

Saturday 1 November 2014, London  |  Details »

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