08:00 - 09:00
Please note that this event is taking place inside the secure zone and a conference pass will be required to attend. They can be purchased from the Conservative Party here. There is no need to book a seat in advance, seating is first come, first served.
About the event
Following the historic EU referendum result, this early morning breakfast fringe event will focus on what the UK now needs to do to form new trade relationships with the EU and across the globe. A distinguished panel will examine what the UK government must consider in the path to determining our own trade policy with crucial insights on the potential implications for the agricultural sector as well as the broader business and legal implications.
Refreshments will be provided, including porridge served with Lyle’s golden syrup.
- Emma McClarkin MEP, MEP for the East Midlands; Spokesman on International Trade
- Mark Littlewood, Director General, IEA (Chair)
- Gail Orton, Director of Government Affairs, Europe, Tate and Lyle Sugars
- Rt Hon Theresa Villiers, MP for Chipping Barnet
More to be announced