Event: Brexit and public opinion
Congress Centre, London
9am - 5.30pm, Tuesday 22 January
The UK in a Changing Europe would like to invite you to a conference on Brexit and public opinion. The event will explore how public opinion has influenced British politics since the referendum and what political divisions and identities have been created and exposed.
Speakers and panels include:
Keynote: Sir John Curtice
Britain after Brexit: new political identities?
- Paula Surridge, Bristol University
- Sara Hobolt, The UK in a Changing Europe & LSE
- Jane Green, University of Oxford
- James Kirkup, Social Market Foundation
- CHAIR: Heather Stewart, Guardian
Brexit and immigration: what do people want?
- Rob Ford, The UK in a Changing Europe & University of Manchester
- Bobby Duffy, King's College London
- Sunder Katwala, British Future
- Heather Rolfe, National Institute of Economic and Social Research
- CHAIR: Faisal Islam, Sky News
Brexit and the new party politics
- Anand Menon, The UK in a Changing Europe
- Tim Bale, Queen Mary, University of London
The politics of the Union
- Richard Wyn Jones, Cardiff University
- John Garry, The UK in a Changing Europe & Queen's University Belfast
- Lisa Nandy MP
- Alex Massie, The Spectator
Date and time: Tuesday 22 January, 9am - 5.30pm
Venue: Council Room, Congress Centre, 28 Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3NG
Attendance: Please confirm your attendance via Eventbrite.
For any further questions regarding the event please contact Lizzie Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7848 5426.