Brexit: Outlook on the UK Election

Webtalk by DGAP and the UK in a Changing Europe initiative
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Three and a half years after the British referendum on EU membership, the UK is still a member of the EU. A withdrawal agreement has been negotiated but not yet ratified. So far, the UK has asked for three extensions from the EU.

Join us for a web talk on the upcoming general election in the UK on December 12 and what it means for Brexit. We will discuss if Brexit will actually “get done” after the election, what comes next in the relationship between the UK and the EU, and how the economic relationship and cooperation on foreign and security policy will develop.

All participants will be able to ask questions to the speakers through the Q&A function of the web talk.

Speakers:

Anand Menon
Director of The UK in a Changing Europe and
Professor of European politics and foreign affairs at King’s College London

Jill Rutter
Senior research fellow of The UK in a Changing Europe at King’s College London

Chair:
Rainer Rudolph
Senior policy fellow at the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)

Please register here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Date
05 December 2019
Time
-
Event location

Webtalk. Register on https://on.dgap.org/2Rt5hmj
Germany

Invitation type
Open

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