14 July 2018 – London 2018: What worked, what didn’t and what next?

Date
Saturday, 14th July 2018
Time
10.30

Conservative Progress Event 

Join Conservative Progress for our post-election review, taking place in London on 14 July 2018. This event is an opportunity for activists and candidates from across the city to gather, share experiences and ideas from the local election campaign, and start the planning process ahead of the London Mayoral elections in 2020.

Alongside speeches from the Rt Hon Justine Greening MP, Paul Scully MP (Conservative Party VC for London), Gareth Bacon AM and Syed Kamall MEP, we will be running panels and workshops throughout the day.

 

£9.95

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The Conservative Party's fight for City Hall starts on 14 July

The recent election results in London have given us new optimism. We held most of our flagship boroughs, despite Labour throwing everything they had at them, and we won Barnet council. This, coupled with Sadiq Khan's appalling record in office to date means we should not be so quick to dismiss our chances in the capital going forward.

We can get a Conservative elected as Mayor of London again in 2020, but the fight for City Hall needs to start now. 

This event is an opportunity for activists and candidates from across the city to gather, share experiences and ideas from the local election campaign, and start the planning process ahead of the London Mayoral elections in 2020.

Alongside speeches from the Rt Hon Justine Greening MP, Paul Scully MP, Gareth Bacon AM and Syed Kamall MEP, we will be running panels and workshops throughout the day, and we will be asking members of the audience to share their experiences of campaigning in the capital over the past two years.