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“Brexit: What next?” Part 3

Bob Bischof, chairman GBF; Dr Peter Wittig, the German Ambassador; Dr Steffen Hoffmann, Robert Bosch Ltd and David Smith, The Sunday Times

The German British Forum is hosting a series of meetings with board members and distinguished guests to debate “Brexit: What next?”

 

The third instalment of the series was hosted at The Reform Club in London on 11th September. The GBF board was delighted to be joined by Germany’s Ambassador to the Court of St James Dr Peter Wittig, Lord Chris Fox, Liberal Democrat Spokesperson on Business and Industrial Strategy in the House of Lords, Lady Elizabeth Stheeman, Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee, John Allan CBE, chairman of Tesco and Barratt Developments, David Smith, columnist at The Sunday Times and Anthony Simon, former president of marketing at Unilever (retired).

(Photography courtesy of Oliver Lawson, GBF board member and Augusta Ventures)

 

 

Gillian Karan-Cumberlege, John Allan CBE and Lord Chris Fox, Lib Dem House of Lords spokesperson for BEIS

Dr Peter Wittig, Germany’s Ambassador to the UK; Dr Ulrich Hoppe, German-British Chamber; Dr Steffen Hoffmann, Bosch and Dr Denis MacShane, Avisa Partners

GBF board members and guests discuss Brexit: What next? following the vote by the UK parliament on 10 September that Boris Johnson’s extended prorogation of parliament has a legal case to answer

Steffen Hoffmann president of Bosch, Lady Elizabeth Stheeman, Bank of England and Aareal Bank, and Bob Bischof, chairman of GBF

Steffen Hoffmann, Ambassador Peter Wittig, Anthony Simon, Dr Denis MacShane, John Hammond of CMS and Johannes Haas, DZ Bank

Lord Chris Fox and Lady Elizabeth Stheeman