labours leadership debate live in cardiff

Since the Welsh Assembly’s birth in 1999, Welsh Labour has been in power. We have had three First Ministers, all Labour and all elected through the electoral college system. During every leadership election the system has been the subject of considerable debate, often obscuring the contributions of the various candidates during the election.The first debate will be hosted by Catrin Haf Jones, from ITV Cymru Wales, on Thursday 4 August. It will be held at in the main hall of the All Nations Centre, Cardiff for Labour members. The audience is made up of party members who applied and were selected by ballot. The debates so far: Cardiff: 7pm to 9.30pm Thursday 4 AugustOpponents of leaving without a deal will have to try to manufacture those opportunities, perhaps by amending an emergency debate motion. a combination of the Brexit Party’s strength, Labour’s.Corbyn and Smith to face in first Labour leadership live debate jeremy Corbyn is to unveil his plans to "rebuild" Britain, ahead of going head-to-head with Owen Smith in the campaign’s first.’You’ve FAILED Labour’ party rival savages Corbyn in live leadership debate JEREMY CORBYN was savaged last night as Owen Smith said Labour was failing to provide "powerful, credible.

This video,, can also be seen at Corbyn and Owen Smith engaged in a bitter and argumentative battle over the leadership of the Labour Party in the first head-to-head debate on Thursday, as the audience loudly booed. · tonight jeremy corbyn and Owen Smith go head-to-head in Cardiff in the first hustings of the Labour leadership contest. You can watch live on Wales Online from 7pm as Pontypridd MP Mr Smith takes.Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith go head-to-head tonight in the first hustings of the Labour leadership campaign. The pair will clash in Cardiff’s All Nations Centre for a 90-minute debate on the big.Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson will no doubt be asked today about what she is offering in return and any future plans for. · There will be at least four further official leadership debates before the winner is announced at the start of the party’s annual conference in Liverpool on September 24. P ast debates between the two candidates have been characterised by bickering over internal party politics, despite the pair largely being in agreement on many policy issues.