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Committee follows up on post-Brexit trade in creative services

22 February 2018

The EU Internal Market Sub-Committee holds a follow-up evidence session on its past inquiry on Brexit: trade in non-financial services.


Thursday 22 February, Committee Room 4A, Palace of Westminster

At 10.10am

  • Presentation from Samuel Young, Creative Industries Federation

At 11.10am

  • John McVay, PACT
  • Adam Minns, COBA
  • Caroline Rush, British Fashion Council
  • Tom Kiehl, UK Music

Areas for discussion

  • How are you engaging with the Government on Brexit-related issues for the creative sector?
  • What are the creative sector's key priorities for a future UK-EU FTA?
  • Are creative services preparing for a 'no deal' scenario?
  • What are the implications of transition for the creative sector?

Further information

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