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The Future of UK-EU Exports with Minister Mike Freer

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Join us at 16:15 CET on Wednesday 20 April for an interesting online webinar where the UK Minister for Exports Mike Freer will discuss the Future of UK-EU Exports.

The UK withdrew from the EU over a year ago now, and today the trading relationship is mainly governed by the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA), signed in December 2020. The EU still remains the UK’s largest exporting partner, and exports to the EU represent 45% of the UK’s total. During this event, we will explore what the UK Government’s vision looks like for the future of UK-EU exports.

Minister Mike Freer was first elected to Parliament as an MP for Finchley and Golders Green in May 2010. Having held other government positions, he was appointed to his current position as Minister for Exports and Minister for Equalities in September 2021.

Join this webinar to listen to Minister Freer give his opinion on the future of UK-EU exports and what the UK Government is doing to support exporting businesses. Due to time limitations, this will be a shorter event lasting 30 minutes where the Minister will give a quick presentation, followed by an open, moderated Q&A Session.

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Speakers

Mr Mike Freer

Mr Mike Freer

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Mike Freer was appointed Minister for Exports and Minister for Equalities in September 2021. He was first elected as a Member of Parliament for Finchley and Golders Green in May 2010. Mike was Assistant Government Whip between June 2017 and July 2018. He was also Lord Commissioner of the Treasury from July 2018 to December 2019 and served as Comptroller of HM Household from December 2019 to September 2021.