Digital and travel sectors representatives give evidence in trade follow-up session

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08 February 2018

The EU Internal Market Sub-Committee holds follow-up evidence sessions on its inquiry on Brexit: trade in non-financial services.


Thursday 8 February, Committee Room 4A, Palace of Westminster

At 10.10am

  • Antony Walker, techUK
  • Russ Shaw, Tech London Advocates
  • Simon Hansford, UKCloud

At 11.10am

  • Tom Jenkins, ETOA - European tourism association
  • Kurt Janson, Tourism Alliance
  • Vivienne Stern, Universities UK
  • Steve Lowy, British Educational Travel Association

Areas for discussion 

  • Engagement with the Government to inform negotiations with the EU
  • Implications of a transition or 'implementation' period
  • Key priorities for the future UK-EU relationship

Further information

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