With the prime minister's pledge that she will trigger Article 50 before the end of March and introduce a "great repeal bill" to incorporate all EU regulations in EU law as soon as Brexit takes effect, the shape of Brexit is becoming clearer. However, what will Brexit mean for the North?
What withdrawal from the bloc will mean for the North in particular and former Chancellor, George Osborne's much touted Northern Powerhouse, is very much up for debate.
Discussion will focus on what the vote will mean for business in the region, as well as the wider economy. How will Brexit impact upon our international trading activities and what are the proposed models for our future trading relationship with the EU?
The discussion will bring together a hugely experienced panel which includes a former government minister and the interim Mayor of Greater Manchester.
Following the main panel session, we will be running a series of sector focussed breakout sessions on the legal impact of Brexit for businesses within the energy, transport and manufacturing sectors. Your place at these session can be booked via the link below.
Our panel includes:
Director, Institute for Public Policy Research (North)
Interim GM Mayor and Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester
Principal Policy Lead on EU Negotiations, CBI
Graham Stringer MP
Labour MP for Blackley and Broughton, former leader of Manchester City Council (1984-1996)