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Online event: 28 - 30 September 2020

The Spectator’s Alternative Conference brings together politicians, academics, think tanks and members of the public to discuss a year that has fundamentally changed Britain, and to discover where we go from here. Download our brochure here.

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Can green growth supercharge the north?

Will the green agenda really create new jobs - or will the cost of net-zero dampen economic growth?

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Coffee House Shots Live

Come along to a live Coffee House Shots recording, featuring the Spectator home team.

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Nuclear power and keeping the lights on

What is the role of nuclear power in getting to net-zero?

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Taxing times: how to pay for levelling up

What does 'levelling up' mean? Will it be defined by higher taxes, or cuts down the road?

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October 5, 2021

Getting on the ladder: striking the right balance between social housing and home ownership

As the UK's vaccine success downgrades Covid to a manageable risk, the government begins its mission of fulfilling manifesto commitments.

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October 5, 2021

Green growth: Can net-zero deliver on its hype?

Net-zero by 2050 is one of the key planks of the Johnson government. But we're yet to find out how it will deliver on its ambitious targets.

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October 5, 2021

A long journey: can we afford to make transport more sustainable?

Net-zero will mean ever-more ambitious targets to reduce emissions from transport - but what will this mean for rail?

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October 5, 2021

Turning the red wall green

Will the costs of going green impede an industrial recovery?

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October 5, 2021

Dominic Raab in conversation with Fraser Nelson

In his first public event since becoming Justice Secretary, Dominic Raab will be in conversation with Fraser Nelson, editor of The Spectator