On 9 June, a new Parliament and a new Government will, in theory at least, have a five-year stretch within which to set a fresh domestic and international policy agenda.
There can be little doubt that Jeremy Corbyn, if elected, would set a very different course for the UK.
But the same could also be said of Theresa May, who, if emboldened by an increased majority, would have a freer hand to deploy a new Conservatism in her own image. Her determination to win the centre ground in domestic politics would have profound implications for businesses, charities, trade bodies and the public sector.
Please join us for a breakfast event with a distinguished panel of thinkers and observers of the political scene for an insightful discussion on the road ahead.
Host Jon McLeod, Public Affairs Chairman, Weber Shandwick will be joined by:
- Ryan Shorthouse, Director, Bright Blue
- Torsten Bell, Director, Resolution Foundation
- Daisy Powell-Chandler, Director, Populus
When: 23rd May 2017
Coffee and departure: 0930-0945
Where: The Club Room, Weber Shandwick, 2 Waterhouse Square, 140 Holborn, London, EC1N 2AE
RSVP: Summer Coysten-Gillard