Top Labour MPs to address inaugural JLM One Day Conference

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Top Labour MPs to address inaugural JLM One Day Conference

Louise Ellman, Ruth Smeeth and John Mann to join communal figures at the event on 3 September

Louise Ellman (left), Wes Streeting (centre) and John Mann (second from right) will be at the JLM conference
Louise Ellman (left), Wes Streeting (centre) and John Mann (second from right) will be at the JLM conference

Louise Ellman, Ruth Smeeth and John Mann are among MPs set to address the inaugural Jewish Labour Movement (JLM) One-Day-Conference next month.

The event will take place on 3 September, and will see keynote addresses and panel discussions, in addition to JLM training and organising sessions.

Amongst the community figures to speak include the newly elected President of the United Synagogue Michael Goldstein and Rabbi Danny Rich, CEO of Liberal Judaism, academicDavid Hirsh and former Labour minister Ivor Caplin.

Speaking to Jewish News, the chair of the Conference Arrangements Committee Andrew Gilbert said: “JLM’s One Day Conference will celebrate the very best of Jewish Labour values. With high-quality speakers, engaging panels and informative workshops, JLM are creating a space where Jewish members of the Labour Party can debate and discuss all elements of Labour politics.”

All the details can be found and tickets can be purchased online at

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