State of the nation: the UK after the election

SeminarLondonEconomic and Monetary Policy Institute
Wed 03 Jul 202415:30 - 18:45

On the eve of the 4 July UK general election, OMFIF convenes an expert panel to discuss the key economic and geopolitical priorities on a new government’s agenda. These include relations with Europe and the US, economic revitalisation, critical national infrastructure investment and enacting green financing policies and strategies.

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Speakers

Dame DeAnne Julius

Senior Advisor & Distinguished Fellow

Chatham House

Dame DeAnne Julius

Senior Advisor & Distinguished Fellow

Chatham House

Mark Butt

Partner

GSK Stockmann

Mark Butt

Partner

GSK Stockmann

Werner Hoyer

President (2012-23)

European Investment Bank

Werner Hoyer

President (2012-23)

European Investment Bank

Dr Ksenia Kirkham

Lecturer in Economic Warfare Education, Department of War Studies

King’s College London

Dr Ksenia Kirkham

Lecturer in Economic Warfare Education, Department of War Studies

King’s College London

Sir David Manning

British Ambassador to the US (2003-07)

Sir David Manning

British Ambassador to the US (2003-07)

Vicky Pryce

Chief Economic Adviser

Centre for Economics and Business Research

Vicky Pryce

Chief Economic Adviser

Centre for Economics and Business Research

Sir Ivan Rogers

UK Permanent Representative to the European Union (2013-17)

Sir Ivan Rogers

UK Permanent Representative to the European Union (2013-17)

Sir John Redwood

MP for Wokingham (1987-2024)

Sir John Redwood

MP for Wokingham (1987-2024)

Timings

15.30-16.00 Arrival and refreshments
16.00-16.05 Introductory Remarks
16.05-16.15 Keynote address
16.15-17.15 Panel I: Political impact and international consequences
17.15-18.15 Panel II: Economic revitalisation and critical national infrastructure investment
18.15-18.45 Drinks reception

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