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29/09/2019

14.00 Centre for Policy Studies

Manchester Central : Centre for Policy Studies, The Gallery

Britain Beyond Brexit

Join George Freeman and fellow authors of Britain Beyond Brexit to discuss their vision for the future. See CPS website or the app for speaker info

Speakers:

In May this year, the CPS and 2020 Conservatives published Britain Beyond Brexit the most significant collection of new Conservative ideas published for years. Edited by George Freeman MP, Britain Beyond Brexit sets out ideas to take Britain forward after Brexit. Join George, and a panel of contributors to the book to discuss their new vision for the Conservative Party.

17.00 Centre for Policy Studies

Manchester Central : Centre for Policy Studies, The Gallery

In Conversation with Rishi Sunak MP

CPS Director Robert Colvile talks to the Rt Hon Rishi Sunak MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury.

Speakers:

CPS Director Robert Colvile talks to the Rt Hon Rishi Sunak MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, about his career, his work at the Treasury, the Government's objectives and the future of the Conservative movement.

30/09/2019

07.45 Centre for Policy Studies in association with the City of London Corporation

Manchester Central : Centre for Policy Studies, The Gallery

Supporting Global Britain: the Strength of UK Financial Services After Brexit (Private Roundtable)

Financial sector experts join policy-makers to discuss how the UK can remain an epicentre for financial services after Brexit.

Speakers:

What are the prospects for UK financial services after Brexit? This roundtable discussion, featuring financial sector experts and policymakers, will examine the possible outcomes for UK financial services after Brexit, and what the Government should prioritise. Invite only.

18.00 Centre for Policy Studies in association with The Epilepsy Society

Manchester Central : Centre for Policy Studies, The Gallery

In Conversation with the Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP

CPS Director Robert Colvile chats with the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care. Introduced by a representative from the Epilepsy Society.

Speakers:

Robert Colvile, Director of the Centre for Policy Studies, talks to the Rt Hon Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care. Introduced by a representative from the Epilepsy Society.

01/10/2019

08.00 Centre for Policy Studies in association with JUUL Labs

Manchester Central : Centre for Policy Studies, The Gallery

The Life Lottery: Why Inequality in Britain is About More Than Money

Our view of inequality is too often centred on economic inequality. We will discuss the other sides to the debate, in particular health inequality.

Speakers:

Inequality in Britain is about more than just money - indeed, health and mortality inequality is huge and growing. What can we do about it?

12.30 Centre for Policy Studies in association with Ryse Hydrogen

Manchester Central : Centre for Policy Studies, The Gallery

Robert Colvile in Conversation with the Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng MP

CPS Director Robert Colvile chats with the Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng MP, Minister of State for Business, Energy and Clean Growth.

Speakers:

CPS Director Robert Colvile chats with the Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng MP, Minister of State for Business, Energy and Clean Growth. Introduced by a representative from Ryse Hrydrogen.

17.00 Centre for Policy Studies

Manchester Central : Centre for Policy Studies, The Gallery

The Case for Conservatism

What is the modern case for being a conservative? And what does 'taking back control' really mean? See CPS website or conference app for speaker info.

Speakers:

Is there a crisis in conservatism? Has the Conservative Party stopped making the case for small-c conservative values? And if so, why? Robert Colvile and guests discuss his recent report on the case for conservatism



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