This year’s London Conference comes six months before London elects a new Mayor. The last three elections have all been contested by an incumbent – the last election pitted a former Mayor against an incumbent Mayor. But this time is different. May 2016 will represent a fresh start. We will be asking the Labour and Conservative Mayoral candidates what their priorities are for London.
The conference will explore the challenges facing London and what a new Mayor can do to tackle these. As in previous years, the Conference will bring together London leaders and experts from across the capital for a lively day of lectures, quick-fire presentations, interviews, panel discussions and debates.
Chair of the London Fairness Commission
Founding chair of the new National Infrastructure Commission
Former Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills & MP for Twickenham
Conservative Mayoral Candidate 2016
Director of McKinsey & Company
Labour Mayoral Candidate 2016
Mayor of London’s Chief of Staff and Deputy Mayor, Policy and Planning
Editor of London Evening Standard
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ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The London Conference, held every year since 2011, has become an important fixture in the London political calendar. A ‘Davos for London’, it is the only time in the year when senior leaders from across the capital come together with national and international leaders to discuss the capital’s issues and how to tackle them.
Speakers at previous conferences have included Tony Blair, Bill Bratton, Amanda Burden, Juan Clos, Sebastian Coe, Mayor Richard Daley, Greg Dyke, Richard Florida, Peter Hendy, Michael Heseltine, Bernard Hogan-Howe, Boris Johnson, Tessa Jowell, Ken Livingstone, Sir Martin Sorrell and Alvaro Uribe.
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