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BREXIT: the UK charts a new path

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Time: 2.00pm - 3.00pm
Price: free

BREXIT: the UK charts a new path

In a matter of weeks, with the ending of the BREXIT transition period, the UK will begin a new chapter. After almost five years of constitutional tumult and turbulence, January 1st 2021 marks the end of formal connections between the UK and the European Union. For some, the new year is cause for celebration, with the UK finally free to chart an independent course. For others, BREXIT is a blundering mistake that will leave the UK poorer and less well equipped to tackle the challenges faced in an already turbulent century. As the UK stands on this precipice, come and gain context and understanding from experts from the Kingston University Department of Politics, International Relations and Human Rights.

Panel Participants

  • Chair: Professor Ilaria Favretto
  • Dr Ronald Ranta, Senior Lecturer
  • Dr Robin Pettitt, Senior Lecturer
  • Dr Atsuko Ichijo, Associate Professor

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Contact: Dr Peter Finn