Beyond Brexit: Can the EU-27 re-engineer growth?
ONLY GUESTS REGISTERED IN ADVANCE WILL BE ADMITTED
Although possible ‘Brexit’ scenarios dominate the British conversation on EU affairs, less attention is focused on what the EU currently undertakes to boost economic growth and accelerate the integration of digital services, capital markets and the completion of trade deals. This high-level conference aims to inform the British debate on EU affairs by taking stock of recent Single Market and Eurozone developments. As long as it remains a member of the EU, Britain gets to co-decide on most of these matters, which will also contribute to shaping its future relationship with the EU.
The event is strictly non-partisan and co-funded by the European Commission Representation in the United Kingdom.
11:00- Welcome Remarks
Peter Mandelson , president of Policy Network, former EU trade commissioner, former UK business secretary
Jacqueline Minor, head of representation, European Commission Representation in the UK
11:10- Panel Session: The Single Market, between ambitions and reality
Kate Bell , head of economic and social affairs department, Trades Union Congress (TUC)
Mark Boleat, policy chair, City of London Corporation
Jude Kirton-Darling, MEP, International Trade Committee member (S&D Group)
Roger Liddle, co-chair, Policy Network and member, Lords EU Internal Market Sub-Committee
Stephen Castle, correspondent, London Bureau, New York Times
12:40 - Lunch
13:30 Keynote session: A growth agenda for Europe
Magdalena Andersson, Swedish Finance Minister in conversation with Peter Mandelson
14:30 - Close