13 June 2018 - Lunch meeting - Login for venue
The full implications for the UK of Brexit and the Trump era are not yet clear. How issues of our future relationships with the European Union, the United States, China, India and other nations are resolved will have a bearing on our ability to make beneficial and timely trade arrangements. This has great significance for businesses operating in the UK that are currently faced with potentially major changes in trade patterns affecting their longterm investment decisions. Military alliances will, hopefully, remain stable despite Brexit although defence companies could find that access to markets, supply chains, and development partnerships are affected. Tom Tugendhat MBE MP, Chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee will discuss his views of such issues and how they may unfold.