We have three talks, each of 15 to 20 minutes, on contrasting but complementary aspects of the overall theme. Our first speaker is Dai Davies, a solicitor and WCIT member, who will address issues around EU regulation such as the new Data Protection regime and how the U.K. will need to view such regulations in future. He will be followed by Julian David, Chief Exec of techUK, the leading IT trade body, who will cover the risks of Brexit to the U.K. I.T. sector as he sees them. The third slot will be taken by David Lutton, Policy Director of London First, highlighting the risks to London and the City of Brexit. By the date of the event we should have a clearer idea of the UK's negotiating position under Article 50 and there will be an opportunity to discuss the issues with our speakers after their talks. It should be an interesting and lively debate.