UK-EU Future Relations

In Conversation with Lord Kinnoull: Briefing on the Trade in Goods report by the European Affairs Committee

Location: Online Webinar
Access: Members only
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Join us at 18:00 on Monday 28 March for an exciting online webinar where the Chair of the House of Lords European Affairs Committee, Lord Kinnoull will present the Committee’s Trade in Goods report, which outlines UK-EU trade one year on from the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.

The European Affairs Committee in the House of Lords deals with all matters relating to the UK’s relationship with the European Union and the wider European Economic Area. They hold several inquiries into areas of interest which allow them to consider oral and written evidence on a topic. One year after the signing and implementation of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA), the Committee launched an inquiry and published a report which examines the extent to which the TCA supports the trade in goods between the UK and the EU.

At this briefing, the Earl of Kinnoull will present these findings, and members will have the opportunity to engage in a moderated Q&A Session where they can also feedback their experiences of the new trading relationship.

We look forward to welcoming you to this insightful webinar.

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Earl of Kinnoull

Earl of Kinnoull

Charles Kinnoull, 57, is a crossbench member of the House of Lords. He serves as Chairman of the European Affairs Committee. He entered the Lords in February 2015 and has served on several Select Committees. Charles is a barrister and was previously at Hiscox Group, a leading international insurer and FTSE 100 company for 25 years. He was a member of the Executive Committee that runs Hiscox for 10 years. During his time at Hiscox he had, among other things, run Hiscox’s continental European offices. He is Chairman of Culture Perth & Kinross, the Trust that runs the museums and libraries in that part of Scotland. Among other things he is also Chairman of the Red Squirrel Survival Trust. Charles farms organically in Perthshire, Scotland.