Conservative Conference Fringe | Will Brexit make the UK less attractive to the skilled people our economy needs?
With so much of the terms of the UK’s divorce from the EU still to be determined there is understandable concern about the impact this will have on the economy and public services. This Localis panel event, in partnership with the City of London, will discuss ways the government can ensure the UK will continue to attract the best and brightest to live and work here.
- Cllr Paul Carter, leader Kent County Council
- Rt Hon Stephen Crabb MP, former Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
- Rt Hon Theresa Villiers MP, former Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
- Liam Halligan, Economics Commentator, The Sunday Telegraph
- Catherine McGuinness, Policy Chair of the City of London Corporation
- Liam Booth-Smith, Chief Executive, Localis (chair)
This event will be held between 13.30-14.30 on Monday, 2 October at the Reception Room, Manchester Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester M60 2LA. Manchester Town Hall is outside of the secure zone at conference, and therefore conference passes are not required. Doors will open, with refreshments available, from 13.15.
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