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Events Round Up: Wednesday 12 June 2019

Prime Minister Theresa May and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Secretary Greg Clark have made an announcement on new legislation on net zero emissions targets 

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond (10:40am) and Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Secretary Jeremy Wright (12:35pm) speak at the annual Bloomberg technology conference 

Health Secretary Matt Hancock speaks at the CogX Festival of AI and Emerging Technology (9:00am)

Home Secretary Sajid Javid launches his Conservative leadership campaign 

Health Secretary Matt Hancock (5:30pm), International Development Secretary Rory Stewart (5:05pm), Esther McVey MP (4:40pm) and Boris Johnson MP (4:15pm) speak at a Conservative party leadership hustings event (4:00pm)

Chief Secretary to the Treasury Liz Truss delivers a speech at an Economic Research Council event on the UK economy post-Brexit (6:30pm)

Care Minister Caroline Dinenage has made an announcement on funding to develop support for unpaid carers

Forestry Minister David Rutley has made an announcement on the appointment of Sir William Worsley as the government's tree champion

Home Office Minister Victoria Atkins hosts a roundtable on tackling modern slavery in the construction industry (9:30am)

Economic Secretary to the Treasury John Glen and Shadow Economic Secretary to the Treasury Jonathan Reynolds speak at a Which? event on access to cash 

Shadow Financial Secretary to the Treasury Annelise Dodds and Nicky Morgan MP speak at The Institute for Government 10-year anniversary conference

Boris Johnson MP launches his Conservative leadership campaign (11:00am)

Lord Whitty hosts a reception in the House of lords to celebrate the 90th anniversary of Living Streets (3:30pm)

Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Social Security and Older People Shirley Anne Somerville has made an announcement on a new national taskforce to lead on human rights in Scotland 

West Midlands Mayor Andy Street speaks at the Confederation of British Industry West Midlands annual dinner (6:45pm) 


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