The election of a new Prime Minister at the beginning of September represents an opportunity to reset priorities for the UK. But the backdrop for Liz Truss and her new Ministerial team could scarcely be more negative: a recession looming, high inflation, soaring energy prices and the war in Ukraine.
We have invited a panel of key advisers who have worked with previous leaders to discuss what the Conservative Government should do, with only two years until a General Election. We’ve assembled a fantastic line-up of advisors to previous UK Governments to give us their thoughts and respond to your questions:
- Lord Finkelstein is a columnist at The Times and has worked with a number of Conservative Leaders including William Hague and David Cameron.
- Rachel Wolf worked in No10 for David Cameron before founding the New Schools Network an co-wrote the 2019 Conservative Manifesto.
- Nick Timothy writes for the Daily Telegraph and served as Chief of Staff for Theresa May.
Join us for this online discussion to hear their thoughts in the week following the Conservative Party conference 10am-11am 20th October.
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