Post-Election Conference

Time:

  • 11/05/2015
    16:00
This afternoon in the immediate aftermath of the General Election, the Institute of Economic Affairs, Business for Britain, ConservativeHome and the TaxPayers’ Alliance will be hosting a major conference to consider the implications of the result on the next five years.

With the internal politics of the Coalition now a thing of the past, we will examine the likely consequences of the Election and the future direction of a Conservative majority government. We will hold a series of panel discussions and host a variety of keynote speakers.

Speakers include:

  • Lord Ashcroft KCMG PC, former Conservative Peer and pollster, who will deliver an opening presentation



  • Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox MP, Former Secretary of State for Defence



  • Rt Hon Lord Forsyth of Drumlean, Former Secretary of State for Scotland



  • Rt Hon Matthew Hancock MP, Minister of State at BIS and DECC



  • Rt Hon Elizabeth Truss MP, Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs



  • Graham Brady MP, Chairman, 1922 Committee



  • Douglas Carswell MP, UKIP, Clacton



  • Dr Syed Kamall MEP, Leader of the European Conservatives and Reformists in the European



  • Dominic Raab MP, Conservative, Esher and Walton



  • Stephen Bush, Editor of the Staggers, New Statesman



  • Matthew Elliott, Chief Executive, Business for Britain, and Founder, TaxPayers’ Alliance



  • Paul Goodman, Editor, ConservativeHome



  • Matthew Goodwin, Co-author, Revolt on the Right, and Associate Professor of Politics at the University of Nottingham



  • Jonathan Isaby, Chief Executive, TaxPayers’ Alliance



  • Mark Littlewood, Director General, Institute of Economic Affairs



  • Iain Martin, Editor, CapX



  • Tim Montgomerie, Columnist, The Times, and Founder, ConservativeHome



  • Fraser Nelson, Editor, The Spectator



  • Laura Sandys, former Conservative MP for South Thanet and Chair of the European Movement


Discussions include:

  • Scotland and the future of the Union



  • The Campaign in Review



  • Prospects for change in the EU



  • Priorities for the Parliament


The event is fully subscribed. If you did not register in time for you can still watch the whole conference online here. Tweet with the hashtag #pec15