Anneli Howard joins former Lord Chancellor Kenneth Clarke QC MP to argue for the motion “The first casualty of Brexit will be City talent!” in the first of Thomson Reuters Legal Debates for 2018

15 May 2018 | by Monckton Chambers

Anneli Howard is one of the four “heavyweights from law and politics” being brought together on Thursday 7th June, for a contentious debate on Brexit and the future of the City’s talent.  The debaters will argue the motion “The first casualty of Brexit will be City talent!”

 

Arguing FOR the motion:

Kenneth Clarke QC MP, Member of Parliament for Rushcliffe and former Lord Chancellor

Anneli Howard, Barrister, Monckton Chambers

 

Arguing AGAINST the motion:

Michael Howard, Former leader of the Conservative party

Francis Hoar, Barrister, Field Court Chambers

 

The debate is being chaired by Axel Threlfall, Editor at Large, Reuters.

The Legal Debates are a series of evening events for key partners of Thomson Reuters and key customers of legal solutions.

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