MPs & Senators Attend Live Video Conference In Support Of CANZUK
Oct 1, 2020 —
The Spectator and The Adam Smith Institute hosted a live video conference this week with MPs and Senators to discuss CANZUK and what the proposal would mean for Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
Entitled “CANZUK: A Bolder, Bigger and Better Union”, the live video conference discussed the campaign for closer ties between the CANZUK nations, what benefits each country will obtain from the alliance and the key differences with the European Union.
The conference was a huge success, featuring Erin O’Toole MP – leader of the official opposition in Canada, Alicia Kearns MP – Deputy Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for CANZUK in the UK, and Senator James Paterson – Senator for Victoria in Australia.
Catch up on the video conference by watching here.
In addition, Former Prime Minister of Australia and advocate for CANZUK, Tony Abbott, has been appointed by the UK government to lead the country’s post-Brexit trade mission.
Abbott was Prime Minister of Australia from 2013-15 and has been hired as a lead Adviser to the Board of Trade to help shape the UK’s new trading relationships with the world.
“There should be free movement of people, for work not welfare…a lot of great Britons were born in Australia and a lot of great Australians were born in Britain, and long may that continue to be the case", he said.
Read more by clicking here.
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