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Past Events

You can find information about past Reform events on this page.


4 June, 2024

James Kanagasooriam, Chief Research Officer, Focaldata

What do the May elections mean?

21 May, 2024

Rt Hon Lord Pickles and Rt Hon Baroness Armstrong of Hill Top

Ministerial Insights: why is decentralisation so hard?

13 May, 2024

Laura Shoaf, Heather Jameson and Keiran Pedley

Beyond the ballot: the state of English local government

9 May, 2024

Rt Hon John Glen MP, Dr Laura Gilbert, Sarah Munby

Reimagining Whitehall half-day conference

8 May, 2024

Amy Rees, Director General, Chief Executive, HM Prison and Probation Service

Breaking the cycle: building a whole-system model of resettlement

1 May, 2024

Dr Laura Gilbert, Chief Analyst, Director of Data Science, PM's Office

Productivity through prevention: the role of AI

30 April, 2024

Claire Ainsley, former Policy Director to Rt Hon Sir Keir Starmer

Renewing the nation: Labour's vision for government

15 April, 2024

Gareth Davies MP, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury

Unleashing growth: the future of UK plc

21 March, 2024

Dame Clare Moriarty DCB, Chief Executive Officer, Citizens Advice and former Permanent Secretary

Gearing up: Whitehall’s pre-election prep

12 March, 2024

Simon Hoare MP, Minister for Local Government, Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities

A national vision for local ambition

11 March, 2024

Dame Meg Hillier MP, Richard Hughes and Pippa Crerar

Spring Budget: the good, the bad and the what next?

21 February, 2024

Baroness Penn, Minister for Housing and Communities, Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities

Growing green: seizing the opportunity of Net Zero

19 February, 2024

Sarah Munby, Permanent Secretary, Department for Science, Innovation and Technology

An innovation mindset

7 February, 2024

Preet Gill MP, Shadow Minister, Primary Care and Public Health

Reforming the NHS front door: Labour’s vision for primary care

6 February, 2024

Fiona Ryland, Government Chief People Officer , UK Civil Service

An AI-enabled public sector workforce