David Lammy, Shadow Foreign Secretary, UK
The UK is navigating an uncertain geopolitical environment, with the Ukraine crisis and China’s growing global influence presenting key foreign policy challenges. With the governing Conservative Party beset with internal division amid a series of scandals, the opposition Labour Party – which has lost successive elections – has now moved ahead in the polls.
To learn more about how a Labour government would approach the challenges facing the UK, Asia House will welcome David Lammy, Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, for an in-person, off-the-record briefing with Corporate Members on Thursday 7 July.
Lammy, who is the MP for Tottenham, will outline Labour’s foreign policy stance, and how a Labour government would collaborate with partners throughout the Indo-Pacific to address global challenges. The Shadow Foreign Secretary will also share his thoughts on the importance of trade and the private sector in Labour’s diplomatic engagement.
This briefing, convened exclusively for Asia House Corporate Members, will provide unique insights on Labour’s foreign policy thinking as its prospects for power -according to polls – improve. To register interest, please email Edward Danks, Programme Associate: email@example.com
Please note that this briefing is being convened in-person at Asia House’s London headquarters.
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