The Another Europe is Possible show: video reports from Labour conference

Our daily roundups from Labour conference and The World Transformed, with the latest developments and fringe debates

24th September 2018

Day 3
Today, we continue discussing the People’s Vote motion and what exactly was agreed in the six-hour-long compositing meeting – we hear from people who were in the room, including TSSA’s Manuel Cortes. Also check out footage from our organising meetings, watch our interview with David Lammy & more.

 
Day 2
What happened with the People’s Vote motion late last night? What did we talk about during our fringes featuring Owen Jones and Diane Abbott? Watch our summary and analysis of yesterday’s events at Labour conference.

 
Day 1
Labour conference has officially started! Includes The World Transformed debates about national identity, Labour’s Brexit position and more.


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