Today is the last full day of Labour party conference fringe, and there is another packed schedule of events. Here are our picks of Tuesday's fringe.
At 8am the European Union will be hosting a fringe on energy security in the UK and Europe, in Manchester Central 7. Alan Whitehead is on the panel along with Philip Lowe, director general for energy at the commission.
At the same time Policy Network and the Barrow Cadbury Trust will be holding an event in Manchester Town Hall on the rise of right-wing populism. Liam Byrne, Owen Jones and Natascha Engel will discuss if the working class is deserting the Left across Europe.
Also at 8am the building trade organisations NFB and FMB will be considering the coalition's housing strategy in Manchester Central 5. Jack Dromey and Heidi Alexander are on the panel.
Jack Dromey is also due to speak at the Centre for Cities fringe at 8.30am on how cities can maximise the potential of localism to drive growth. Sir Richard Leese, leader of Manchester City Council, will also speak, at the Town Hall event.
The Kurdistan Regional Government is hosting a fringe at 12pm in the Midlandon the situation in Syria. Dave Anderson and Mike Gapes will be among those discussing Kurdish lessons for Syriaand the Middle East.
At 12.30pm the Resolution Foundation will be talking about squeezed Britainand living standards in the next decade at their fringe in the Midland. Rachel Reeves, Gaby Hinsliff, Will Hutton and Gavin Kelly from the Resolution Foundation are on the panel.
Bringing regional transport to the attention of Westminsteris the theme of the Dods Connecting Britain Dialogue at 1pm in Manchester Central. Speakers include Angela Smith MP, Alex Burrows, Head of Strategy, Centro, and Tim Bentley, Mainline Managing Director, Alstom.
At the same time in Central 7 Chuka Umunna, John Cridland from the CBI and Paul Spence from EDF Energy will take part in The Big Growth Debate: How can we get UK growth back on track?
Alastair Darling and Prof John Curtice will discuss the future of the UKat 1pm at the IPPR fringe in the Midland- Scotland secretary Michael Moore has been invited.
Also at 1pm Stella Creasy, Mark Ferguson from Labour List and Tweetminster's Alberto Nardelli will discuss politics and social media at the Policy Exchange fringe in the Novotel. Simon Milner from Facebook will also be on the panel.
Maria Eagle and Louise Ellman will be at the Transport Hub in the Radisson at 1pm to talk about the re-regulation of public transport with Sir David Rowlands, former permanent secretary at the Department for Transport.
At 5.30pm Len McCluskey from Unite, Lisa Nandy, the TUC's Frances O'Grady and Tim Roache from GMB will debate the "real alternatives" on equality at the Class fringe in the Unite Marquee.
Getting the Best Deal from the Green Deal - how do we protect local business & consumers? That is the topic at the Dods Green Deal Dialogue in Manchester Central at 5.45pm. Speakers include Barry Gardiner and Neil Pennell, Head of Sustainability and Engineering, Land Securities.
At the same time in Central 5 a trio of northern MPS, Gordon Marsden, Sir Tony Cunningham and Jamie Reed will debate "global nuclear excellence in Cumbria".
Owen Jones is back again at 5.45pm for the Howard League fringe on police and young people at Central 2, along with Stella Creasy and Rob Flello.
Lord Adonis and local council leaders from Manchesterand Liverpoolwill consider what is next for the nation's big cities at the Centre for Cities event at 6pm in the Town Hall.
At the same time in the same venue the Fabians will debate the art of spin with Jackie Ashley, Mehdi Hasan and Sadiq Khan.
Andy Burnham will be in conversation with the New Statesman at 6.45pm, also in the Town Hall.
There will be expert analysis of the US elections from Dods PoliticsHome at 7.30pm in Manchester Central 7, with Jonathan Freedland, David Lammy and pollster Mark Gettleson. With the first Romney/Obama TV debate this week, it’s well timed.
Two late night events to finish off today's fringe picks. The Labour Friends of Israel reception in the Midland is at 9.30pm, but the highlight of the conference will be the Dods PoliticsHome Tweet Up at 10pm in Manchester Central Charter 3 at 10pm.
It will be hosted by Paul Waugh and UKTV will be showing exclusive clips of their brand new series of Yes, Prime Minister. The beers and the tweets will continue until late.