September 9th 2020

World Events – Mid-year Update with The RT Hon Lord Peter Lilley

This PARC annual mid-year review of global political and economic events was rescheduled as an online event. Bringing to bear his extensive experience of government, politics and business over the last half century, The RT Hon Lord Peter Lilley gave us his thoughts and insights by outlining and responding to five ‘conventional wisdoms’.

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December 3rd 2020

Review of 2020 with Tom Newton-Dunn

This year, our end-of-year review and 2021 Programme Launch was very different from usual in that it was an online event rather than a formal event with after dinner speaker, but then 2020 has been an unusual year and 2021 is likely to be no less challenging. As our speaker Tom Newton Dunn said, in his 25 years of political commentary, we have never gone into a new year with so many unknown variables. Against this uncertain background, Tom focused on four key themes: The impact of Covid on UK politics; The economy and the likely speed of recovery; Brexit; The Biden presidency.

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September 10th 2020

Post Meeting Notes: World Events - Mid-Year Update

These post meeting notes are from the PARC World Events - Mid-Year Update Zoom Interactive event which took place on 9th September 2020. We were joined by Lord Peter Lilley, Former MP to review the global political and economic climate. He discussed the political situation, the COVID-19 pandemic, the economy and trade.

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September 9th 2020

Politics, Covid, Economy, Trade

These slides are from the PARC Zoom Interactive event that took place on Wednesday 9 September 2020. We were joined by Peter Lilley, Former MP, to discuss world politics and the current state of the economy. Lilley explores trade deals, the update on Brexit, and interestingly, what weaknesses have been revealed from the Coronavirus pandemic within the government.

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  • Economy
  • Crisis Management
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