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Our last Manifesto Watch is next week!

In the run up to the General Election, we have been digesting the manifestos and will be looking at the impact on employment law and people issues of the manifestos of the top 5 national parties. This week we discussed the proposals in the Liberal Democrats and Reform manifestos, and the week before we dived into the proposals put forward by the Conservatives and Greens.

Next week it's Labour's turn. Rebecca McGuirk will be joined by Nicola Ihnatowicz and Imogen Reseigh, and they will be pleased to answer your questions submitted beforehand and during the session. 

This session is being recorded and will be made available on our website. To see the full details of how this data will be managed, please see our fair processing notice.

We look forward to you joining the conversation on Tuesday.


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Event details

Tuesday 02 July 2024
11:30am - 12:15pm

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