Cratus Communications and Public Policy Projects (PPP) are delighted to announce our May local government thought leadership breakfast with Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, Andrew Gwynne MP.
Andrew – with his experience as a Councillor and as the lead spokesman for the Labour Party on local government – will set out a future Labour government’s policies in this area and how local services and communities would be affected, whilst reflecting on the outcome of the local elections and what they mean for Labour councils in government now.
Date: 10th May 2018
Time: 7.45am – 9.30am
Location: The Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG.
Join senior figures from national politics, local government and the private sector, and RSVP to email@example.com
(We will be serving a hot breakfast. Please let us know of any dietary requirements.)
Andrew Gwynne MP
Andrew has been the Labour Member of Parliament for Denton and Reddish in Greater Manchester since 2005. He was again re-elected in 2017 with an increased majority. He was appointed to the Shadow Cabinet as Shadow Minister without Portfolio by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in October 2016 and then became Campaigns and Elections Chair in February 2017, before being appointed as the new Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government in June following that year’s general election. Andrew is a member of the Unite Trade Union, the Co-operative Party and the Christian Socialist Movement.