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Title: Jobs, workers’ rights and Brexit
Date and time: September 12th, 12PM
Register Link: Meeting Registration - Zoom

- Seb Dance, former Labour MEP & chair of the Labour Movement for Europe

- Jude Kirton-Darling, former Labour MEP & now Deputy General Secretary at IndustriAll Europe, which represents over 7 million working people who belong to almost 200 European trade unions
- Mark Hendrick, Labour MP for Preston & member of the International Trade Committee
- Theresa Griffin, former Labour MEP & now Senior Associate at European climate change think tank E3G
- Elena Crasta, the TUC's European Officer, representing the TUC in the European Union


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