My week starts at Labour’s annual conference where I’ll be speaking at meetings on the NHS in a post-Brexit world, Labour’s approach to immigration, EU Citizens Rights, and Labour for a Public Vote – as well as following the debates in the main conference.
I’ll be back in Sheffield by Thursday to speak at the launch event for the Building Block training initiative in Manor Park for new construction workers and reporting to my local Labour Party’s monthly meeting. I’ll also be continuing with the Big Conversation, which went well last week with lots of people joining in one of sixteen events.
This week’s Big Conversation events include an open meeting about ‘Broken Politics and How to Fix it’, organised with Sheffield for Democracy. I’ll also be discussing issues and concerns with school students at King Edward’s and the University Technical College, as well as meeting members of the local community at SADACCA.
Over the weekend I’ll be taking the Big Conversation to Nether Edge and Walkley, where I’ll be knocking on doors with a team of volunteers, as well as watching the Blades play Liverpool, and finishing the weekend with an Open Meeting in Broomhill on Sunday evening.