When the dust settles in Scotland, Wales, Hartlepool, and mayoral and council elections just about everywhere, Compass will be there as a place for progressives to orientate themselves.
On Tuesday 11th May from 6pm–7.15pm, we’ll be surveying the aftermath of the elections with a stellar line-up:
- Sir John Curtice, polling expert, Professor of Politics at the University of Strathclyde and Senior Research Fellow at the National Centre for Social Research
- Caroline Lucas, Green MP for Brighton Pavilion
- Beth Winter, Labour MP for Cynon Valley
- Layla Moran, Liberal Democrat MP for Oxford West and Abingdon
- Tommy Sheppard, Scottish National Party MP for Edinburgh East
- Clive Lewis, Labour MP for Norwich South
Where do the results leave progressive politics going forward? Where did progressives cooperate, and where could they have cooperated better? Is Indy going to happen? What’s happened in the critical ‘Red Wall’? And, crucially, what will all this mean for the prospect of a Progressive Alliance to overturn the Tory majority in Westminster?
With none other than John Curtice crunching the numbers and innovative progressive politicians from across the UK sharing their wisdom, it’s time to get serious about where we go from here.
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