As the debate about ‘Global Britain’ intensifies, UK Shadow Foreign Secretary, Lisa Nandy MP, argues that, with foreign and domestic policy deeply intertwined, the UK needs a foreign policy that connects the global and the local and works for all the nations of the union.
She makes the case that without building the foundations for progress at home, the UK will be less effective and influential in the world and that, equally, Britain’s success internationally will shape security, prosperity and fairness at home.
This event considers:
How can foreign and domestic policy be made more mutually reinforcing?
To what extent should public attitudes shape foreign policy?
- Now Britain is outside the EU, how will it need to act differently in foreign affairs?
As with all member events, questions from the audience drive the conversation.