The period following the May local elections provides an opportunity to reflect on the direction of UK politics as we emerge from the pandemic. In this panel discussion, we will hear expert voices consider what the pandemic has taught us about political leadership and public trust in times of crisis. The session will be forward-looking and consider how we can improve the quality of politics in the years ahead, as well as thinking about where we are now.
Join this event hosted by the Centre for British Politics and Government, KCL.
The River Room, King’s College London
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Head of Public Policy, Macfarlanes and former Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain
Senior Research Fellow, UK in a Changing Europe
Professor of Politics, Queen Mary, University of London