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07 Jun 2022

1:00 pm to 2:15 pm

After a period of wrangling, the government has finally agreed that parliamentarians will have the power to scrutinize post-Brexit trade agreements. The creation of a formal framework for treaty scrutiny is a significant development for parliamentary oversight. But how did we get here? And what will this mean for parliament-government relations- and the government’s ability to negotiate trade deals outside of the EU- going forward? Join our expert panel to find out.

Speakers

Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town

Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town

Chair of the  International Agreements Committee, Labour Party

Lord Lansley

Lord Lansley

Former Secretary of State for Health Conservative Party

Alexander Horne

Alexander Horne

Special Adviser to the International Agreements Committee, Counsel, Hackett & Dabbs LLP

Meg Russell

Meg Russell

Senior Fellow, UK in a Changing Europe

Chair: Catherine Barnard

Chair: Catherine Barnard

Deputy Director, UK in a Changing Europe

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