Labour’s annual convention will take place at the finish of September, with 4 days of dialogue and voting.

The 2022 occasion will be held in Liverpool at the Arena and Convention Centre at King’s Dock. The Pullman Hotel will additionally host a number of speeches and boards.

Any member at the convention has the proper to vote on motions. Attendees should register right here. Constituencies and affiliated teams may ship elected delegates to the convention, the place there will be a big media presence.

So right here’s what you want to learn about the Labour Annual Conference.

What is the Labour Annual Conference schedule?

The convention will take place from Sunday September 25 to Wednesday September 28.

Emergency motions may be submitted by midday on Thursday September 22, the deadline for other motions having passed.

The primary occasion of Sunday morning will be a speech by Labour’s deputy leader, Angela Rayner. A dialogue about how to win the subsequent general election will comply with. A session debating constitutional amendments additionally takes place that afternoon, with a vote at 3pm.

On Monday at 10.20am a session on Better Jobs and Better Work takes place. The shadow chancellor, Rachel Reeves, will give a speech in the primary corridor someday around 12.35pm.

A Safe and Secure Communities dialogue begins later that afternoon, with votes anticipated at 5.40pm.

On Tuesday, day three, there will be periods entitled Britain in the World and A Green and Digital Future. Sir Keir Starmer, the party leader, will tackle delegates at 2pm in what is anticipated to be the convention’s most vital occasion. He will be under strain to challenge himself as the subsequent prime minister, and will take questions from delegates.

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