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Events - May 2021

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  • The Case for a Carbon Border Tax

    Ahead of the G7 in Cornwall which will focus on the fight against climate change on a global scale, the Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox will deliver a landmark speech on how the UK must seize this opportunity to have a leading role on the environmental political agenda and making the case for a carbon border tax.
  • Data Sovereignty: what approach should the UK take?

    The question of who owns data, how it is governed and how it should flow between borders is a growing international issue. In a world where exponentially growing amounts of data need to be captured, stored, and analysed at all times, there are important concerns over its protection, use, and how to ensure value can be derived. As the world's major economies begin to regulate their data landscapes, one of the key challenges is how to ensure that data created within nation states can be effectively utilised to the benefit of businesses, citizens and Governments alike. What approach should policy makers take to this increasingly important asset and how should it be governed?
    Data Sovereignty: what approach should the UK take?
  • Fraser Nelson in conversation with Dr Frank Luntz

    The event will mark the beginning of Dr Luntz's time at the CPS, during which he will be working on a major project to explore how the language of UK and US politics has shifted in recent years, and how to address the decline in trust in democracy, the economy and technology on both sides of the Atlantic.
    Fraser Nelson in conversation with Dr Frank Luntz