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08 Sep 2022

1:30 pm to 5:15 pm

1 Birdcage Walk, London, UK

Politics and Society

What are the immediate political and economic challenges confronting the new Prime Minister? How might they address these? This joint event, organised by UK in a Changing Europe, Resolution Foundation and Onward will address these questions and consider what the future might hold for UK politics and the economy.

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1.30 pm Arrive – tea and coffee provided

2.00 pm Welcome: Paula Surridge, Deputy Director of UK in a Changing Europe

2.05 pm Panel 1: Economics

With Resolution Foundation

  1. Julian Jessop – Independent economist and Fellow at the Institute of Economic Affairs
  2. Lizzy Burden – Europe, Middle East & Africa Economics & Government Correspondent  at Bloomberg
  3. Jonathan Portes – Senior Fellow at UK in a Changing Europe
  4. David Willetts – President of the Resolution Foundation
  5. Chair: Catherine Barnard – Deputy Director of UK in a Changing Europe

3.15 pm Break

3.30 pm Panel 2: Politics

With Onward

  1. Rachel Wolf – Co-author of the Conservative Party’s Election Manifesto in 2019 and Founding Partner at Public First
  2. Rosie Campbell – Professor of politics and Director of the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership
  3. Jesse Norman – Conservative Party Member of Parliament for Hereford and South Herefordshire and former Financial Secretary to the Treasury
  4. James Kanagasooriam – Advisory Board member of Onward, Founder of Stack Data Strategy and Researcher for UK in a Changing Europe
  5. Chair: Jonathan Portes – Senior Fellow at UK in a Changing Europe

4.45 pm Reception

5.15 pm ENDS



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