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LabourList have announced they will launch an additional Briefing service at Labour's Conference in Brighton. The service will add to the news, opinion and information already provided on LabourList.org and will be aimed at organisations needing a greater understanding of Labour politics, policy and personalities.

Briefings will occur at monthly events where LabourList contributors and editors will meet and discuss topics with LabourList Briefing members. Meetings, on the first Tuesday of every month, will be conducted under Chatham House Rule to encourage debate. Members will each be entitled to bring one guest.

Membership to LabourList Briefing will be £190 pcm, with free membership for charity and third sector organisations. The launch will take place on Tuesday 24 September 2013 at 17.30 in the Surrey Suit 2, Brighton Metropole Hotel with speaker Jonathan Reynolds MP (PPS to Ed Miliband) as well as an introduction from LabourList editor Mark Ferguson.

Initial membership is limited to 30 organisations, to reserve your place at the launch on Tuesday in Brighton please email briefing@labourlist.org.

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