Discussion

Who’s afraid of no deal?

 

Supermarkets running out of food, operations cancelled and even outbreaks of swine flu: this is, some claim, Britain’s future under a no deal. Or is it?  Is no deal a disaster that will set this country back generations – or the boost Britain needs to forge a new path for itself on the world stage? Join an expert panel, featuring Fraser Nelson, James Forsyth and special guests, to discuss the truth behind the headlines and ask: what does no deal really mean?

 

Speakers

Suella Braverman MP

Suella Braverman MP

Resigned as Brexit Minister saying 'no deal is better than this deal'

George Eustice MP

George Eustice MP

Recently quit the government over Theresa May's promise to allow MPs a vote on delaying Brexit

James Forsyth

James Forsyth

Political editor, The Spectator

Dominic Grieve MP

Dominic Grieve MP

A leading opponent of Brexit calling for a second referendum

Nicky Morgan MP

Nicky Morgan MP

Former education secretary who supports the Malthouse Compromise in order to avoid no deal

Fraser Nelson

Fraser Nelson

Chair

Editor, The Spectator

Venue

Emmanuel Centre, Westminster SW1P 3DW