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‘Confidence and supply’: an insight into the DUP’s role in a minority government

5th September 2017


‘Confidence and supply’: an insight into the DUP’s role in a minority government

A breakfast panel discussion with DUP MP for East Belfast, Gavin Robinson

and DUP Head of Policy & Campaigns, Cllr Lee Reynolds

8.30am-10.00am, Tuesday 12 September 2017

8th Floor, Holborn Gate, 26 Southampton Buildings, WC2A 1AN

We would be delighted if you join us for a breakfast panel discussion with DUP MP for East Belfast, Gavin Robinson and DUP Head of Policy & Campaigns, Cllr Lee Reynolds to discuss the current political landscape, the DUP’s recent deal with the Conservative Government, and their perspective on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.

Following the dramatic result in June’s General Election, Northern Ireland’s politics has come to prominence in Westminster. With the DUP now supporting a Conservative minority administration, Gavin Robinson and Cllr Lee Reynolds will be offering their candid insights in a number of areas including the practicalities of the current confidence and supply agreement, the party’s priorities for this Parliament and the ongoing Brexit negotiations.

The event is being held in conjunction with our Belfast-based affiliate agency, Chambré Public Affairs, and promises to provide a unique and valuable perspective on the DUP, its personalities and priorities. A light breakfast will be provided, and there will be a Q&A session chaired by Will Chambré, Managing Director of Chambré Public Affairs.

To register you interest, please RSVP to Christine McKenna at christine.mckenna@grayling.com or telephone 02038613967.


Grayling Team

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