Pagefield Election Results Breakfast 2017

Pagefield Election Results Breakfast 2017

The Morning After – General Election 2017 Results

Fresh from what is shaping up to be a fascinating General Election campaign, Pagefield and POLITICO are jointly hosting a brunch on the morning after the vote to debate and discuss the result, as well as what it means for Brexit and the wider political landscape more generally. We would be delighted if you can join us to enjoy some strong coffee (or champagne if you’re in the mood), bacon sandwiches, and most importantly a wide range of insights, assessments and opinions from our esteemed panel.

The Morning After – General Election 2017 Results
Friday 9th June 2017 – 8.45am to 10.30am
British Academy, 10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AH

Chaired by Tom McTague, POLITICO’s Chief UK Political Correspondent, we will be joined by Andrew Pierce, Consultant Editor Daily Mail, Viki Cooke, Founding Partner of BritainThinks, Ayesha Hazarika, columnist and political commentator, and Mark Gallagher, Pagefield’s Founder.

Please RSVP to: rsvp@www.pagefield.co.uk

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Pagefield has been closer to the Brexit process than any other public affairs consultancy in London. Our founder, Mark Gallagher, has been working very closely with leading political figures to help build a clear road map for Brexit and to be a bridge between this work and the world of business; our Chairman, Sir Christopher Meyer, has provided a regular commentary in the media and to business audiences about the diplomatic challenges ahead; and our newest Pagefield Senior Adviser, Dr Gerard Lyons, one of Britain’s foremost economists, has been working with business before, during and after the referendum, to help British and global industry respond practically and positively to the Brexit challenge. Dr Lyons, Sir Christopher and Mark form the nucleus of Pagefield’s senior advisory service to businesses, trade associations, organisations and individuals impacted by Brexit and who require counsel to help guide them through the next two years and beyond – if you would find it useful to meet with this, and the wider Pagefield team to discuss your Brexit challenges, please do not hesitate to contact our Chief Executive, Oliver Foster, at oliver.foster@www.pagefield.co.uk

POLITICO is a global nonpartisan politics and policy news organization, headquartered in Washington, D.C. In April 2015, a European edition of the publication launched through a joint venture with the leading digital publisher in Europe, Axel Springer. Based in Brussels with a new office in London that opened this year, POLITICO covers the politics, policy and personalities of the UK and Europe. With reporters in key national capitals, the publication truly connects the dots between the EU and UK’s biggest power players. Its journalism lives online at Politico.eu; in print via a weekly newspaper distributed to more than 20,000 readers in Brussels, London, Paris, Berlin, Frankfurt and Luxembourg; in daily morning newsletters, such as Ryan Heath’s Brussels Playbook, the UK POLITICO Sunday Crunch and POLITICO Brexit Files; in POLITICO Pro, the real-time policy news service; and through news-making events. In 2016, an annual ComRes/Burson-Marsteller survey ranked the European edition of POLITICO as the #1 most-read publication by EU influencers. POLITICO is emerging on the European media scene with over 60 journalists representing 22 nationalities and 14 languages.