With the Brexit withdrawal process now complete, the UK’s ties to the European Union have been severed. What will happen next?
In this webinar, we discuss the possible implications of Brexit, particularly in terms of our sense of identity, and relationships between the UK and other countries and within its four nations. What will be the opportunities to embrace and the challenges to overcome?
Our guest panellists are:
- Professor Catherine Barnard FBA FLSW - Deputy Director at academic think-tank The UK in a Changing Europe
- Anne-May Janssen - Head of European Engagement, Universities UK International
- Emily Mansfield - Principal Economist for Europe at The Economist Intelligence Unit
- Sir Stephen Wall - Formerly the UK’s Permanent Representative to the EU and Prime Minister Tony Blair’s senior advisor on EU matters
This webinar is presented by our Chief Executive, Dr Ed Newell.
Dialogue & Debate with Cumberland Lodge is a series of regular interactive webinars on pressing issues affecting social cohesion in the UK. It is supported by our charitable funds.
You can join this webinar on Zoom, as a non-video participant, and interact with the panel via our live Q&A. Everyone is welcome.
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