Stephen Rosser, Chief Executive of Clarke Willmott, will be one of a number of senior business figureheads taking part in a panel debate next month on the business implications of the formation of the Coalition Government.
Stephen will take part in the Breakfast event in Bristol on Thursday 8 July, which is being organised by Westminster Parliamentary Research and supported by the CBI South West and GWE Business West. He will be joined on the panel by Stuart Whitfield, Chairman of CBI South West; James Turgoose, Head of Parliamentary Affairs at Westminster Parliamentary Research and Dave Mouncey, Tax Director at Smith & Williamson
Chaired by Dave Harvey, BBC Business Correspondent for the West Country, the breakfast briefing will focus on the implications:
BBC Business Correspondent for the West Country, the breakfast briefing will focus on the implications:
- for parliamentary engagement in the context of a more volatile political environment and the fact that one third of MPs are new;
- of more local power following the Government’s review of Regional Development Agencies;
- of new legislation and policies;
- and of the emergency Budget on the business bottom line
The briefing is free to attend and registration is from 7.30am for an 8am start.