Brexit: Falling Out
Tue 20 Aug 19:30 - 21:00
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Has it changed the UK and its standing forever?
Whatever the outcome, Brexit has changed how the UK is viewed at home, internationally and even how other countries approach their own political disillusionment. This discussion brings together academics, politicians and commentators to examine the implications of changed perspectives, including what it means for Scotland's future. Our panel is led by Anand Menon, professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King’s College London and includes: journalist and broadcaster Gavin Esler, who’s also the chancellor of the University of Kent and has written Brexit Without The Bullshit; Helen Thompson, professor of Political Economy at the University of Cambridge, Scottish journalist Alex Massie and Meg Russell, professor of British and Comparative Politics and director of the Constitution Unit at UCL.
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Part of our Telling New Stories series of events.
In partnership with The Policy Institute, King's College London
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