Political lunch in Wokingham

On Friday I was the guest of the Wokingham Conservative Lunch Club. I gave them a talk about the prospects for the new government of Theresa May, discussing the potential for the economy, industry and home ownership. I also talked about how Brexit should be handled to avoid economic damage. We are leaving the EU, not Europe, and wish to keep a wide range of contacts, trade, investments, collaborations, tourism and other  joint activities.

More than 80 people came, and asked a wide range of questions, from the future of the Hinkley project through to how Article 50 of the EU Treaties operates.

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