Brexit: where are we now? Ask an expert

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On 23rd Nov 2019

Where are we now panel

"Brexit: where are we now? Ask an expert”

Saturday 23 November 2019, The Forum, Norwich

Two events, organised by Professor Hussein Kassim under his Senior Fellowship under the ‘UK in a Changing Europe’ programme, offered the chance for people from Norwich and Norfolk the opportunity to put their questions to a panel of independent experts.

 

The event featured:

  • Professor Catherine Barnard, University of Cambridge and ESRC Senior Fellow at The UK in a Changing Europe
  • Professor Andrew Jordan, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia
  • Dr Nikos Skoutaris, School of Law, UEA, and 
  • Professor Hussein Kassim, School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies, UEA and ESRC Senior Fellow ‘UK in a Changing Europe’. 

The panel was chaired by Annabelle Dickson, Political Correspondent, Politico.

Topics covered included: immigration, democracy and referendums, the Irish border, the quality of the domestic debate, and the perspective from the EU27.

Watch the event on YouTube.

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