The first casualty of Brexit will be City talent!

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7 Jun, 2018

Anneli Howard is one of the four “heavyweights from law and politics” brought together on Thursday 7th June, for a contentious debate on Brexit and the future of the City’s talent.  The debaters argued 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 was chaired by Axel Threlfall, Editor at Large, Reuters.

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