How can we decarbonise industry and remain competitive? (Private breakfast roundtable)

9.30-10.30 | Sponsored by Valero

Creating a local mandate for new homes (Private roundtable)

11.00-12.00 | Sponsored by Thakeham

In Conversation with



Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Robert Colvile

Director - Centre for Policy Studies

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Net Zero business: Is government helping or hurting?

14.00 - 15.00 | Sponsored by Pernod Ricard


Kevin Hollinrake MP

Minister for Entreprise and Small Business

Jim Bligh

Director of Corporate Affairs and Packaging - FDF

Emma Revell

Head of Communications and Public Affairs - CPS

Jonathan Brenton

Director of Public Affairs, for Pernod Ricard's

Kate Nicholls OBE

CEO - UKHospitality

While forward-thinking businesses play a crucial role in cutting emissions, the regulatory environment is in many cases holding them back. Inconsistent cross-border rules, skills shortages and lack of grid capacity are persistent issues. Where can policy be adjusted? How must it change?

The shock of the new: how can Britain adapt to a more unpredictable world?

15.30 - 16.30 | Lloyd's of London


Baroness Morgan of Cotes

Chair - Association of British Insurers (ABI)

Bruce Carnegie-Brown

Chairman - Lloyd's of London

Didi Denham

AI, Quantum and Data Policy Lead, UK - Google

Robert Colvile


Rt Hon Oliver Dowden CBE MP

Deputy Prime Minister

Over the past few years, the world has faced a number of destabilising shocks, from Covid to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. We have witnessed the advent of technologies such as AI – bringing with them opportunities, but also risks. This panel explores the challenges facing the UK and asks how the public and private sector can work to prepare for a more unpredictable world.

Can we ever cut taxes again?

17.00 - 18.00


Andrew Griffith MP

Economic Secretary to the Treasury

Rt Hon Dame Andrea Leadsom MP

Member of the Treasury Committee

Sam Dumitriu

Head of Policy - Britain Remade

Tom Clougherty

Research Director and Head of Tax - Centre for Policy Studies

Years of spending and borrowing have increased the size of the state, and debt burden, to record levels. And an ageing population means spending pressures will only grow. Join our stellar panel to explore whether and how we can ease the burden on hard-pressed taxpayers – both now and in the decades to come.

CapX: Justice for the young!

18.30 - 19.30


Miriam Cates MP


Tom Harwood

Deputy Political Editor - GB News

Alys Denby

Editor - CapX

Liv Lever

Director - Blue Beyond

Matthew Feeney

Head of Tech and Innovation - CPS

Whether it's the housing crisis, or student loans, or the triple lock, it increasingly feels as though Britain is being run by the old, for the old. So how can we restore the generational balance? Join our A-list cast to discuss whether the young are getting a raw deal, and how to help.