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Alcuin Lecture 2016: The Future of British Trade after Brexit, Greg Hands MP

When Oct 20, 2016
from 05:00 PM to 06:30 PM
Where Fitzpatrick Hall, Queens' College
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Alcuin Lecture 2016: Global Britain? The future of British trade after Brexit with Greg Hands, MP


Thursday 20th Oct 5:00pm - 6:30pm

Fitzpatrick Hall, Queens' College 


Named after Alcuin of York , a teacher, theologian, and poet who advised the Emperor Charlemagne, this annual lecture hosted by the Department of Politics and International Studies is given on a topic concerning the UK and Europe.

The 2016 Lecture will be given by Greg Hands MP, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on "Global Britain? The future of British trade after Brexit".

Greg Hands is the Member of Parliament for Chelsea and Fulham. His previous role was as Chief Secretary to Her Majesty’s Treasury.

If you are interested in attending this lecture, please email to register.

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