At-a-glance: Guide to Labour 2016 conference agenda

Jeremy Corbyn and other members of the National Executive Committee at last year's conference This year’s Labour Party conference is taking place in Liverpool and could be one of the most dramatic for years. Here’s a rundown of what’s happening and some of the main highlights.

Sunday 25 September

09:00: Andrew Marr: Newly re-elected leader Jeremy Corbyn is expected to appear on the BBC show and other media outlets during the morning

11:00: Conference opening: The conference will officially be opened by General Secretary Iain McNicol

12:00 Party reform: Debate on policy making in the party

14:15: Communities: Shadow energy secretary Barry Gardiner and shadow environment secretary Rachael Maskell among speakers

16:00: Scotland and Wales: Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale and Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones will address the conference

Monday 26 September

09:30: Foreign Affairs: Shadow Foreign and Brexit Secretary Emily Thornberry will address the conference

10:30: Defence: Shadow Defence Secretary Clive Lewis will speak

12:00: Economy: Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell will make his keynote speech

Tuesday 27 September

09:30: Public services: Shadow health secretary Diane Abbott and shadow education secretary Angela Rayner among the speakers

14:15: Tom Watson: The party’s deputy leader will make his set-piece speech

15:00: Sadiq Khan: The Mayor of London will address the conference for the first time since his election in May

Wednesday 28 September

10:30: Home Affairs: Shadow Home Secretary Andy Burnham, who is standing to be Mayor of Greater Manchester, will address the conference

14:15: Leader’s speech: Jeremy Corbyn will give the end-of-conference leader’s address

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