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Welcome to Day Two of the ConservativeHome online fringe programme. After a stonking Day One, that you can read about in Sunday’s papers, we’re back with six more events ranging from trade to universities, from electric cars to global education, from driving productivity to medical cannabis innovation.

If you missed an event, or if you’d like to share it with friends, please find the videos embedded below. Event videos from Saturday 3rd October are here, and those from Monday 5th October are here.

9am-10.30am

Setting the standard: exporting our values

Held in partnership with National Farmers Union (NFU).

11am-12.30pm

Back in business: what can modern universities do to support Britain’s recovery?

Held in partnership with MillionPlus and Hepi.

1.30pm-2.45pm

Unleashing Great British Enterprise: delivering on digital to drive a productivity revolution

Held in partnership with Atos.

3pm-4.30pm

Protecting a Generation: UK Leadership in the Global Education Emergency

Held in partnership with Save the Children.

5pm-6.30pm

Turbocharging the UK’s transition to electric vehicles

Held in partnership with Uber.

 

7pm-8.30pm

Medical Cannabis and the UK: Becoming a global leader

Held in partnership with The Centre for Medicinal Cannabis.

The ConservativeHome 2020 Conference Programme is kindly sponsored by TheCityUK.

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