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Darling to speak at Swiss Life welfare conference

Social Security Secretary Alistair Darling will be the keynote speaker in a welfare reform debate hosted by Swiss Life this month.


Darling will share a platform with MPs and businessmen including the Lib Dem chair of the social security select committee Archy Kirkwood and NAPF director general Dr Ann Robinson.


The all-day &#39Getting Welfare to Work&#39 conference will take place in Church House in Westminster on Monday 19 October.


Swiss Life marketing consultant Peter Fenner says: &#34We are aiming to provide a good opportunity for debate.&#34

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