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22 Jun 2021

6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Politics and Society

Now that the UK has left the EU, what role should it play in the world? What is ‘Global Britain’, and is it a realistic project after the Covid-19 pandemic? What kind of relationship should the UK seek with its European neighbours? How serious are the tensions between England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland on the question of the UK’s future relationship with the EU, and do they threaten the union?

In this online lecture series, convened by senior fellow Professor Hussein Kassim, leading figures from politics and academia share their reflections, and offer their hopes and fears.

Speaker:

  • Dominic Grieve QC PC, President of the European Movement, former Independent MP, and former Conservative politician.

This event is free and will be delivered online via Zoom.

Register here.

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