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PubAffairs and CIPR Public Affairs are delighted to invite you to the Brexit Networking Event on Thursday 28th March at The Admiralty (downstairs bar) on Trafalgar Square.

Join us to celebrate or commiserate the quickening to the final day of Britain being part of the European Union ... or will it be? Regardless, there will be food and drinks to get the night well underway from 6.30pm.

Bring your colleagues, clients and contacts along to
the public affairs industry's premier networking event. Registration details are all below.

Founded in 1948, the CIPR is the professional body for public relations practitioners in the UK. CIPR Public Affairs is one of the biggest specialist sector groups of CIPR representing a thousand professionals who have regular dealings with Government or the institutions of Government in its very widest sense. The group aims to facilitate Member meetings and receptions under the 'Chatham House Rule' with senior speakers which have included David Cameron MP, Nick Clegg MP, Geoff Hoon MP, Sir Bob Worcester, Howell James, Lynton Crosby, Sir Philip Mawer, Michael White, Lord Puttnam, Lord McNally and Alan Rusbridger.



How to attend

Many thanks for showing interest in attending this event. Registration is on a first come first served basis. Kindly only register for yourself. Due to the anticipated popularity of the event we may restrict the number of attendees from any specific organisation simply in order to attempt to ensure as broad a section of the public affairs industry as possible is represented, thank you for your understanding. Please only register if you are definitely going to attend. 

A Guestlist will be in operation at the event, so to attend you must click here to RSVP to Sylvie Carlos. When registering, please be sure to include your job title and organisation. All registrations will be confirmed by email: thank you in advance for your patience.

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