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Saturday, 21 January 2017

Andy Street Former MD John Lewis
&  Parveen Hassan 
I was delighted to support the West Midlands Conservative MEP's Business Lunch at Park Regis Hotel, Birmingham. Anthea McIntyre MEP and Vice Chairman of the Conservative Party, hosted the event with Daniel Dalton MEP.

This is the second in a series of meetings held with business leaders to discuss issues concerning West Midlands businesses post-Brexit and to consider the opportunities for the West Midlands and its future relationships with Europe.

Andy Street, former Managing Director of John Lewis Partnership was key guest speaker. The Q and A session was led by Caroline Spelman MP. 

Anthea McIntyre MEP, Parveen and Daniel Dalton MEP 
The debate started with questions on transferrable skills in the curry industry, infrastructure, transport, benefits in technology in agriculture for rural areas and food production. 

Andy Street, West Midlands Mayoral candidate explained the successes of the world's leading research which takes place in the West Midlands. The need to further involve the valuable university research programmes and investments in technology. 

Over 100 guests attended to share their views on future West Midlands global plans. 

Parveen & Caroline Spelman MP


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