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AP (US) The Rt Hon Lord Mandelson

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AP (UK) Mr David Frum, author and journalist

The Park Suite, The Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane.

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AP (US) The Rt Hon Theresa Villiers, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland

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AP (US) Lord King of Lothbury, former Governor of the Bank of England

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AP (UK) Andrew Parker, Director General MI5

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AP (UK) Amb. Ivo Daalder, President, Chicago Council on Global Affairs

Amb. Ivo Daalder and Lord Robertson, Former NATO Secretary-General

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AP (UK) Boris Johnson, Mayor of London

Lord Marland (Treasurer, Atlantic Partnership UK) and Boris Johnson, Mayor of London

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AP (UK) Rt Hon Theresa May MP, Home Secretary

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AP (US) U.S. Army Lt Gen Frederick “Ben” Hodges, Commander, NATO Allied Land Command

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AP (UK) Rt Hon Lord Robertson of Port Ellen, former NATO Secretary General

Read Lord Robertson’s speech here.

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