Labour’s Leadership Debate – Live in Cardiff

 · U.K. labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn and his challenger, Owen Smith, clashed over loyalty and electability as well as nuclear weapons and anti.The 2018 Welsh Labour Party leadership election took place between 9 November and 6 December 2018 to elect a successor to Carwyn Jones as leader of the welsh labour party.. carwyn jones, who had led Welsh Labour since 2009, announced his intention to resign at the Welsh Labour conference in Llandudno in April 2018.All Nations Centre was the chosen venue for the first Labour Leadership Debate between Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith, as the Party contemplate their future. The reputation of All Nations Centre amongst the leading political parties continues to grow, with now significant Conservative and Labour events being hosted at our facility.Labour leadership: Corbyn and Smith clash over party unity. The rivals agreed on some points but Mr Smith said the Labour leader was unable to present a "credible government-in-waiting" to the wider country. Former work and pensions spokesman Mr Smith is challenging Mr Corbyn for Labour’s top job, after the leader lost a no-confidence vote of his MPs.

This video,, can also be seen at Leadership 2018: BBC Wales Live Debate November 22, 2018 August 15, 2019 – by Owen – Leave a comment (title image: bbc Wales) There are two weeks to go until we find out who’s won the Welsh Labour leadership.United Kingdom general election debates, 2015. There were also two programmes – one with Cameron and Miliband; one with Cameron, Miliband and Clegg – in which the leaders answered questions but did not debate head-to-head. Following the result of the election, a survey of 3,019 people, carried out by Panelbase, found that 38%.The Cardiff debate was the first debate between the two men and was an often testy affair That’s all from tonight’s live coverage of the Labour leadership debate – thanks for reading. The next debate will be held in Gateshead on Thursday 11 August at 7pm.composite: pa/reuters heidi Allen, the leader of the pro-remain Change UK party.We would never have heard of the man whose real name is Carl Beech had it not been for Labour’s deputy leader Tom Watson.