Post-Brexit Networking Breakfast – Steve Baker MP
In a very special breakfast meeting, Steve Baker MP will join Chiltern Chamber to consider the implications of the BREXIT vote, and the post-BREXIT vote landscape.
This meeting complements our BREXIT brainstorming with Dr Nick Appleyard of InnovateUK and Simon Goodfellow of Harlyn Research LLP on Tuesday 12th July.
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Steve Baker has been the Conservative MP for Wycombe since 2010. He serves on the influential Treasury Select Committee and the Executive of the Conservative 1922 Committee. He is also Co-Chairman of the Conservatives for Britain campaign; this was launched in 2015 to represent Conservative Party supporters wishing to see a new relationship between Britain and the EU based on free trade and friendly co-operation, rather than political union.
Conservatives for Britain was created to help underscore the Prime Minister’s renegotiation, and maximise the chance of fundamental change being delivered.
With the granting of only minor reforms, Conservatives for Britain supported the Vote Leave campaign. It stresses that it it takes an optimistic, globalist view of Britain’s future, with both increased global influence and economic success from taking back control from the EU.
Steve is also co-founder of The Cobden Centre, an educational charity for social progress through honest money, free trade and peace.
Steve’s career began in the Royal Air Force as an engineer officer working with Tornado, Jaguar and the Adour aero engine. He became a Chartered Engineer through the Royal Aeronautical Society and held a military airworthiness licence. After his time with the RAF, he read for an MSc in Computer Science at Oxford University (St Cross College) and joined a specialist, entrepreneurial software firm as Head of Consulting and Product Manager before taking on various senior roles in business software. He has worked globally.