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?
More speakers to be announced.
Editor, The Spectator
Political editor, The Spectator
Chair of the House of Commons Treasury Committee
Former Brexit minister