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Past Events

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

20 July, 2017

Rt Hon Jo Johnson MP, Minister of State for Universities

Securing value for money for students in higher education

19 July, 2017

Rt Hon Brandon Lewis MP, Minister of State for Immigration

The future of public services: digital borders

19 July, 2017

Lord Nash, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the School System

Reform Patrons' Dinner with Lord Nash

17 July, 2017

Jon Thompson, Permanent Secretary, HMRC

HMRC's Transformation Strategy

12 July, 2017

Ian Dodge, National Director for Strategy and Innovation, NHS England

Successful ‘next steps’ on the NHS Five Year Forward View

3 July, 2017

Cllr Nickie Aiken, Leader, Westminster City Council

A new vision for housing delivery

19 June, 2017

Sherin Aminossehe, Chief Operating Officer and Head of Government Property Profession at the Government Property Unit

Modernising the government estate

13 June, 2017

Makhdum Ali Chishty QPM, former Metropolitan Police Commander

The challenge of policing violent extremism

13 June, 2017

Rt Hon Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Patrons' Dinner with Rt Hon Michael Gove MP

23 May, 2017

Dr Martin Reeves, Chief Executive of Coventry City Council and Chief Executive and the Head of Paid Service of the West Midlands Combined Authority

Devolved commissioning: West Midlands leading the way (Birmingham event)

25 April, 2017

Alex Holmes, Deputy Director of Cyber Security, Department for Culture, Media and Sport

Scaling Digital

19 April, 2017

Chi Onwurah MP, Shadow Minister for Industrial Strategy

Effective and inclusive: How to create a modern industrial strategy

30 March, 2017

Justin Russell, Director General, Prisons, Offender and Youth Justice Policy, Ministry of Justice

Where next for criminal justice reform?

15 March, 2017

Jim McMahon MP, Shadow Minister for Local Government and Devolution

Devolution of public services: how far can it go?