Conference on Fixing UK’s Regulatory Crisis Will Proceed, More Relevant Than Ever

May 30, 2024

June 6: Mark the Date!

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Washington, DC and London — Organizers of the national conference ‘Protecting All We Care About: Fixing the UK’s Regulatory Crisis’ confirmed today that the event will proceed as scheduled on June 6, near Westminster. Click here to register.

‘We started organizing this conference in the Fall of 2023, when elections were expected far ahead, possibly in the Fall of 2024,’ said Greg LeRoy, executive director of Good Jobs First, creators of the Violation Tracker UK database. ‘We are pleased by the eager sign-ups of so many terrific speakers and participants and know that the event simply has greater urgency now.’

‘This gathering will bring together diverse stakeholders to build a consensus for common-sense solutions,’ said Phoebe Clay, executive director of Unchecked UK. ‘The UK has a track record as a setter of international standards. Our goal should be to ensure we don’t squander this.’

What:            Protecting All We Care About: Fixing the UK’s Regulatory Crisis

When:           June 6, from 8:30 to 4:30

Where:         Broadway House, Tothill Street, London SW1H 9NQ
St. James Park Tube station

Space:           Limited and nearing capacity

Register here