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London, United Kingdom
With the government’s Brexit negotiations looming, the period ahead of the triggering of Article 50 will be crucial.
Open Europe and the Centre for European Reform will host a panel discussion at the Labour Party Conference, bringing together leading MPs to examine the potential Brexit-deal between the UK and the EU looking at:
What deal can be struck given the domestic political parameters both in the UK and in the EU?
To what extent can the UK preserve its access to the single market, and what will the trade-off be, given that the electorate wants to curb free movement?
How can British politicians balance the view of business, the electorate and that of the R-EU?
What will the Labour red lines be in the post-Brexit deal?
What does this mean for the centre-left in Europe?
Member of Parliament for Birmingham Hodge Hill
Member of the German Parliament and Deputy Chairman of the SPD Parliamentary Group
Director, Centre for European Reform
Member of Parliament for Wolverhampton North East
Chaired by Stephen Booth, Co-Director, Open Europe
Please note that this event is in the secure zone and on a first-come first-served basis. You will need to apply for your pass via the Labour Party Conference website.
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