Post-Brexit Economy Discussion Paper

By the end of October, albeit seven months later than originally expected, the UK will have left the European Union, in accordance with the result of the 2016 referendum. Following our recent discussions on Global Britain and Sustaining Democracy, in order that our Party is ready to make the most of the opportunities that this presents, this discussion paper invites you to consider the Post-Brexit Economy.

As always, discussions will be more greatly informed if groups are able to include members and non-members from different age groups. Please use this discussion to reach out to new voters in your constituency. Let people know that you are interested in them and want to understand their perspective.

We want to ensure that as many associations and as many members are able to engage in this vital and wide-ranging discussion. The closing date for this brief is therefore 31 August.

Please send your responses to the paper, via CPF.Papers@conservatives.com, using the response form below.

A summary of responses to this paper will be sent to the Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer; CPF Chairman, George Freeman MP; and the Prime Minister’s Policy Unit within a month of the closing date for submissions.

The next paper will be on Under-18s Education and will be published the week of 2nd September. Thank you. We look forward to hearing your ideas on this important topic.

The "short version" below excludes graphics and background material, for those who prefer only the core discussion material.

Please advertise the CPF paper on your website and social media pages. It would be great if you could post a photo online of your meeting too.

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Post-Brexit Economy discussion paper (pdf) 838.69 KB
Post-Brexit Economy discussion paper (Word) 1.43 MB
Post-Brexit Economy discussion paper-short version (pdf) 183.44 KB
Post-Brexit Economy discussion paper-short version (Word) 87.38 KB
Post-Brexit Economy response form 107 KB
Post-Brexit Economy presentation (ppt) 1.21 MB