The panel will bring their joint expertise to probe the Brexit riddle in its current state:
- where are we now? where could things go from here?
- what effective action is possible to improve the chances of a least-worst outcome?
- is the public changing its mind about Brexit? It is allowed to change its mind? does it think it can change its mind?
- how much evidence of change in public opinion is required to give mainstream Conservative and Labour politicians permission to question Brexit and call for a rethink?
- what, in this setting, is the right strategy for pro-EU and pro-Remain groups?
- Professor Anand Menon, Director of UK in a Changing Europe
- Ian Dunt, author of Brexit: What the Hell Happens Now? and editor, politics.co.uk
- Hugo Dixon, Editor-in-Chief of InFacts and co-founder of CommonGround,
- Anneliese Dodds MP, Labour, Oxford East
- Jonathan Marks QC, Lord Chancellor and Liberal Democrat peer
Admission is free, but please do register. This is a a public panel discussion organized by Oxford for Europe. Ian Dunt will be signing copies at the event of the new edition of his acclaimed book on Brexit.
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