Thu 15 Aug 13:30 - 14:30
The New York Times Main Theatre
The Labour Party's Future
The Labour Party was founded to give a political voice to the working classes and to end inequalities. But the challenge has changed; the gap between rich and poor has widened, and many conceive of Britain as two nations. Can the old remedies – trade union power and nationalisation – still work? Join Roy Hattersley as he speculates on the changes in the party’s philosophy that could maintain its relevance in the modern world.