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FULLY SUBSCRIBED: NExit: what will Brexit mean for the North East

Thursday, 22nd February 2018, 18.00 to 20.30

Venue : Crathorne Hall, Crathorne, Near Yarm, TS15 0AR

What kind of Brexit deal might the UK negotiate and how might it impact on the North East region?
 
In our second event of 2018, we invite the BBC’s Political Editor for the North East and Cumbria, Richard Moss, for his views on the current and potential political climate, as well as his thoughts on what the Tees Valley’s devolution deal is delivering to both the economy and politics in our region.

There are limited places for this event so early booking is recommended.

Running order for the evening is as follows:

6.00pm Registration with Tea/Coffee, light supper and open networking
6.30pm Welcome and introduction from TVBC
6.40pm Richard Moss, BBC Political Editor - North East and Cumbria
7.30pm Business Card Exchange and Networking
8.30pm Event close

For directions use the link below:

https://www.handpickedhotels.co.uk/crathornehall/welcome/contacts/location-map-and-directions

Attendance to this event is without charge for members and eligible guests*. Please bring plenty of business cards.

 
Richard Moss Biog:
Richard Moss is the BBC’s Political Editor for the North East and Cumbria. He presents the regional section of Sunday Politics on BBC1, and reports on politics for BBC’s Look North and local radio, as well as having made regular appearances on network TV and radio.
 
He has been a journalist for 26 years, and enjoys the cut and thrust of debate with the region’s MPs. He has covered everything from parish councils to US Presidential elections, and interviewed four Prime Ministers and countless other politicians.
 
Richard grew up in the region, and lives in the North East.

 

*Guests are welcome to attend one meeting before making a commitment to join the club