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tue11jul5:00 pmtue6:45 pm5:00 pm - 6:45 pm The Debating Group – Late payments by large companies to small businesses should be subject to legislation

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(Tuesday) 5:00 pm - 6:45 pm

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Date: Tuesday July 11th
Time: Arrive 5pm for 5.15pm start
Finish: 6.45pm
Venue: House of Commons- Cromwell Green Visitor Entrance, London, SW1A 0AA
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Debating Group: “Late payments by large companies to small businesses should be subject to legislation”.
Our next debate, hosted at the House of Commons on July 11th 2023 is entitled “Late payments by large companies to small businesses should be subject to legislation”.
Our proposing and opposing speakers come together under the chairmanship of The Rt. Hon.The Lord McNally of Blackpool, Liberal Democratic member of the House of Lords.
Taking place in the House of Commons, attendees can experience a live debate, hosted under formal debating rules and get a chance to have their say on this topic.
The Debate takes place in Committee Room 9 for this event.

More about The Debating Group https://www.debatinggroup.co.uk/
The charge for invitation is made in order to defray administrative expenses and is not a charge for admission to the House of Commons.
Refund policy: please note if the event is cancelled, a refund will be provided. You may substitute an attendee if you are unable to attend. Please note refunds are not available for cancellations or non-attendance.

Our Chair:
The Rt. Hon.The Lord McNally of Blackpool
Liberal Democrat Member of the House of Lords.

Our speakers:

Proposing:
Jason Foo – CEO BBD Perfect Storm

Clive Mishon – Director Alliance of Independent Agencies

Opposing:
Mike Lander – CEO Piscari

Flavilla Fongang – CEO 3 Colours Rule

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