The Labour Party’s China policy and the strategic importance of the Indo-Pacific were addressed in a wide-ranging Asia House discussion today (7 July) with David Lammy, UK Shadow Foreign Secretary.
During a turbulent day in Westminster, Lammy spoke with Asia House Corporate Members about how a Labour government would approach the major foreign policy challenges facing the UK. Alongside providing insights into Labour’s foreign policy strategy, Lammy was keen to hear from the businesses represented at this off-the-record meeting.
The Shadow Foreign Secretary answered questions from Corporate Members on issues ranging from the future of multilateralism, CPTPP and UK’s trade agenda in the Indo-Pacific, and how a Labour government would constructively engage China. The importance of multilateralism to Labour’s foreign policy, relationships with UK’s key allies, and the strategy to attract investment were also discussed in this timely briefing.
The briefing was convened exclusively for Asia House Corporate Members and provided an opportunity for Corporate Members to engage with one of the Labour Party’s most senior figures.
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