A Keynote Address by William Hague

IIEA13th October 20201min
William Hague offers his perspective on the role of a post-Brexit UK in its neighborhood and the world.


As the UK’s negotiations with the EU approach a still-uncertain conclusion, William Hague addresses the IIEA, offering his perspective and insights on the role of a post-Brexit UK in its neighborhood and the world.

About the Speaker: The Rt Hon. Lord Hague of Richmond, William Hague, served for 26 years in the British House of Commons until he stood down in 2015. In that time, he served in many senior roles, including Leader of the House of Commons, but is best known as the Leader of the Conservative party, 1997-2001, and First Secretary of State and Foreign Secretary, 2010-2014. He is now a member of the House of Lords and pursues a wide range of business and charitable activities. He is also a well-known writer, as a weekly columnist of the Daily Telegraph and a best-selling author of historical biographies.