British-American Parliamentary Group

Up & Coming Events

Notice of BAPG events will be advertised on this site and the All Party Whip.  We will also e-mail members.

For more information on any of the events advertised below please contact the BAPG Administrator.

2018 Harvard Institute of Politics Bi-Partisan Orientation Programme for Newly Elected Members of Congress, 4-6 December 2018

The Institute of Politics, John F Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, has invited the BAPG to send four members to observe its bi-partisan orientation  programme for newly elected Members of Congress, as at the US Midterm elections on 6th November 2018.   The programme will take place 4-6 December 2018 and will involve ‘issue seminars’ and lectures held by Harvard academics and eminent outside speakers.

The British Parliamentarians are the only foreign legislators invited to attend.

Four members have now been confirmed for this visit.

Autonomous and Electric Vehicle Thematic Visit to California, February Recess 2019

The British-American Parliamentary Group plans to send a bi-partisan delegation to California in the February 2019 Parliamentary recess to look at both the regulatory and the innovation aspects of electric and autonomous vehicles.

The delegation will visit San Francisco and Los Angeles. The programme will be arranged by the British Consulate Generals in San Francisco and Los Angeles, in consultation with the British-American Parliamentary Group.

BAPG members with a particular interest in this area and who would like to apply to join the delegation should contact Hannah Mitchell at the BAPG, e-mail:  The deadline for receipt of Members’ applications is Friday, 14th December 2018.

Annual Reception for the American Ambassador, H.E. Hon. Robert Wood Johnson, 26th February 2019

The British-American Parliamentary Group, in partnership with BritishAmerican Business, is to host a reception in honour of the American Ambassador, H.E. Hon. Robert Wood Johnson, on Tuesday, 26th February 2019 at 6.00pm in the State Rooms, Speaker’s House, by kind permission of Mr. Speaker.

We hope that this will provide an opportunity for many members of the Group to meet the Ambassador, who will be accompanied by a team of his key staff.

As there is very limited space at the venue, we would have to restrict the event on a first come first served basis. BAPG Members wishing to attend should please contact Hannah Mitchell at the British-American Parliamentary Group, email: