2 December, 2019
9:00 am - 10:15 am
Reform has deliberately avoided turning its attention to Brexit, but is committed to holding several high-level policy events bringing together interesting voices to discuss domestic policy ideas for the UK after Brexit. Government will have a big role to play in helping to build a robust and inclusive economy, from infrastructure to tax policy, skills investment to trade. Attracting business investment and creating an environment for entrepreneurs to flourish will be key; as will renewing trust in capitalism.
Reform was delighted to host this breakfast roundtable, led by Adrian Wooldridge, Political Editor, The Economist, which discussed the challenges and opportunities for building a dynamic economy policy post-Brexit.
The roundtable was held under the Chatham House Rule.