This Saturday marks exactly one year since the 2019 General Election. A lot has happened in the last year, and there’s a lot to reflect on.
Luke Pollard, Member of Parliament for Plymouth Sutton and Devonport, will be hosting a panel event to reflect on one year since the GE2019 result, what lessons have been learned and to look ahead to 2021.
This will be taking place on Saturday 12 December from 6pm – 7pm. You can either join via Zoom, or visit Luke’s Facebook page where it will be live-streamed. Watching via Zoom is encouraged, as the Zoom chat will be monitored for questions which will be put to the panel:
We have a first-class and UK-wide panel for this event:
- Luke Pollard, Labour and Co-operative MP for Plymouth Sutton and Devonport who was re-elected at GE2019
- Abena Oppong-Asare, Labour MP for Erith and Thamesmead who was elected for the first time at GE2019
- Paul Sweeney, former MP for Glasgow North East who lost his seat at GE2019
- Charlotte Holloway, Lab/Co-op candidate for Plymouth Moor View who fought a target seat in GE2019
Here is the full list of questions Luke and the panel will be discussing:
- Why did Labour lose and what lessons can we learn?
- Why did the Tories win and what lessons can we learn?
- What is required for us to win again as a party in 2024?
- How do we win back economic and defence credibility?
- How has the pandemic changed things?
- How can we use digital media more effectively?
- How do we win in Scotland?
Please register in advance for this event using this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAude6gqTkpHdyBRFhbXXFDGcm_jwjFjODo. Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email about how to join the meeting.