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Prospect Debate: Future of British Politics

Has Brexit Changed Politics Forever? Chaired by Tom Clark, Prospect Magazine

Sunday 17 March 2019, 6.15-7.15pm

King's College School, Wimbledon (New Concert Hall)

£20 (under 19s £12.50)
With Brexit looming join our expert panel as they examine what brought us here and whether our political landscape will ever be the same again.

It's two years since the UK voted to leave the EU and Brexit seems to be unravelling far more than just our relationship with our closest neighbours. The Conservative and Labour Parties are being torn apart, with MPs splintering off to form the new Independent Group in Parliament, and questions are increasingly being asked about who we are as a nation, why we voted to leave and where it will all lead. Join us for what promises to be a timely and insightful debate.

Anand Menon is the Director of UK in a Changing Europe, a think tank which provides independent research into the complex and ever-changing relationship between Britain and the EU.

Claire Fox is the Founder and Director of the Academy of Ideas and a regular contributor on BBC's Moral Maze.

Simon Winder is an author of several highly-acclaimed histories of Europe. His new book Lotharingia is a funny, in-between account of Western European relations.

James Bloodworth is the author of Hired: Undercover in Low Wage Britiain: "A very discomforting book, no matter what your politics might be" Observer.

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