Wednesday 28 January 2015 – Labour Party policies for young people

Published: 28.01.15
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The group held a series of meetings in early 2015 looking at the Labour, Liberal Democrat and Conservative offer to young people at the 2015 General Election and how their policies will help the next generation. The first of three meetings focused on the Labour Party and welcomed the Shadow Minister for Civil Society, Lisa Nandy, and the Chair of Young Labour, Simon Darvill.

Youth Affairs APPG – Labour General Election Policy – Minutes 28.01.15

Briefing note from the Labour Party on their policies for young people

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