Location

1 Wimpole Street
London

Date

18 October 2022

Time

-

With four prominent JLA names we asked “What the hell is going on? What can we expect of our politicians, and what does it mean for business and the cost of living?”

Michael Gove has served as Secretary of State for Education, Justice, The Environment and ‘Levelling Up.’ When 57 Ministers resigned in protest at Boris Johnson’s leadership, he was the only one to be sacked. He remains one of the Tory party’s ‘big beasts.’

Lord (Kim) Darroch famously resigned as British Ambassador to the US when his diplomatic cable describing Trump as “inept and insecure” was leaked. Before that he served as National Security Advisor during Putin’s annexation of Crimea.

Claer Barrett is Consumer Editor at the Financial Times, and presenter of the Money Clinic podcast. Claer looks at the impact of the markets on business investment as well as personal finance and the effect of inflation on household bills.

After a role as Director of Insight & Innovation at The Royal Foundation (and being hailed one of Management Today’s 35 Women under 35), Natalie Campbell is now Co-CEO of Belu Water.

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