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13 03, 2024

Simon has the answers on Any Questions

2024-04-11T10:57:18+01:00March 13th, 2024|Categories: News|Tags: , |

Our managing director Simon Boyd was on the panel for the latest broadcast of  the BBC’s Any Questions programme on Radio 4.

He joined  Financial Secretary to the Treasury Nigel Huddleston MP, the Shadow Minister for Industry and Decarbonisation Sarah Jones MP and the Financial Times columnist and economist Soumaya Keynes for the political show.

They took questions on subjects including the Budget, International Women’s Day, Gaza and the general election during the live broadcast from the Mowlem Theatre in Swanage, hosted by BBC political correspondent Alex Forsyth.

It was Simon’s second time on the show after an appearance in 2017.

Alex Forsyth is pictured seated with, from left, Nigel Huddleston, Sarah Jones, Simon Boyd and Soumaya Keynes.


19 09, 2017

Brexit is the answer on Any Questions

2017-09-19T21:21:14+01:00September 19th, 2017|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , , |

BREXIT: REIDsteel Managing Director Simon Boyd appeared on Any Questions. He is pictured back left with Jonathan Dimbleby centre and Conservative party chairman Sir Patrick Sir Patrick McLoughlin back right. Front left is Labour MP Caroline Flint and front right is Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable

OUR Managing Director Simon Boyd urged politicians to present a united front for Brexit negotiations when he appeared on the BBC’s flagship Any Questions programme.

He warned that some politicians were damaging the position of the UK’s negotiators by playing party politics and that some (past and present) were deliberately trying to undermine the process with the aim of keeping us in the EU.

Mr Boyd, who is managing director of Christchurch-based REIDsteel, appeared on the Radio 4 programme in Dorchester with Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable, Labour MP Caroline Flint and Conservative Party chairman Sir Patrick McLoughlin.

He sparked a lively debate when he insisted that Brexit could not come quickly enough and that the UK must be prepared to walk away without a deal.

Simon, speaking after the broadcast, said: […]

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