'Brexit means Brexit', but what does that mean? 'Brexit means Brexit', but what does that mean?

The UK's future after the referendum

On 23 June 2016, the UK voted by 52 to 48 per cent to leave the EU. The aim of this series is to explore what happens next. It asks: What is at stake? What are the options? What kind of Britain do we want?

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For videos of each presentation, please follow the links below.

 

Thursday 19 January- The future of the United Kingdom

Lecture Theatre, Thomas Paine Study Centre, 6.30pm

Professor John Curtice, University of Strathclyde and Senior Fellow, 'UK in a Changing Europe'. Click here to watch the video

Professor Jo Hunt, University of Cardiff and Fellow, 'UK in a Changing Europe'. Click here to watch the video.

Professor Michael Keating, University of Aberdeen and Senior Fellow, 'UK in a Changing Europe'. Click here to watch the video

Nikos Skoutaris, Norwich Law School, UEA. Click here to watch the video

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Thursday 2 February- The UK's international future

Lecture Theatre, Thomas Paine Study Centre, 6.30pm

Professor Thomas Otte, UEA. Click here to watch the video

Professor Alan Finlayson, School of Politics, Philosophy, Language & Communication Studies, UEA. Click here to watch the video

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Thursday 9 February- The future of migration and immigration and Brits abroad

Lecture Theatre, Thomas Paine Study Centre, 6.30pm

Dr Heather Rolfe, NIESR. Click here to watch the video

The Rt Hon Professor Charles Clarke, UEA. Click here to watch the video

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Thursday 16 February- The future of community relations

Lecture Theatre, Thomas Paine Study Centre, 6.30pm

Adrian Favell, Professor in Sociology and Social Theory, University of Leeds. Click here to watch the video.

Sunder Katwala, Director, British Future. Click here to watch the video.

Professor Eric Kaufmann, Birbeck, University of London. Click here to watch the video.

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Autumn 2016- Watch the Videos

Brexit and the future of UK politics, UEA, 17 November

Watch Alan Finlayson, UEA argue that the referendum debate has opened a major divide in British society. Click here.

Watch Marina Prentoulis, UEA discuss how the EU is debated by Labour and the left. Click here.

Watch Chris Hanretty discuss Brexit, the Liberal Democrats, Scotland and public opinion. Click here.

Watch Iain Dale, Political Commentator, LBS Radio Presenter and Visiting Professor, UEA consider the referendum, the Conservative Party and UKIP. Click here.

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Brexit and the future for UK business, UEA, 24 November

Watch the LSE's Thomas Sampson discuss the effects of Brexit on UK trade. Click here.

Watch Jonathan Portes, Research Fellow at NIESR and ESRC 'UK in a Changing Europe' Senior Fellow consider how the impact of Brexit on immigration will affect the UK economy. Click here.

Watch Luke Morris, chartered accountant and deputy chair, Business for Britain East of England, discuss Brexit and SMEs in the UK. Click here

Watch Angus Armstrong, Director of Macroeconomics at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research and ESRC 'UK in a Changing Europe' Senior Fellow, assess the impact of Brexit on the UK economy. Click here.

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Brexit and your future as consumer, taxpayer and citizen, UEA, 1 December

Watch UEA's Professor of Competition Policy and non-executive director of the Financial Conduct Authority, Amelia Fletcher, OBE, discuss the effects of Brexit on consumer protection in the UK. Click here.

Watch UEA's Professor of Environmental Politics, Andy Jordan, consider the choices for UK environmental policy. Click hereCheck out his blog online

Watch UEA's Professor of Competition Law and faculty member of the Centre for Competition Policy, Andreas Stephan, consider the impact of Brexit on competition policy. Click here

Watch UEA's Professor of Regulation and faculty member of the Centre for Competition Policy, Catherine Waddams, examine the implications of Brexit for UK energy and energy prices. Click here.

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