Brexit and workers’ rights

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What has the UK's membership of the EU entailed for workers’ rights? How might the UK achieve dynamic alignment of these rights post-Brexit?

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Professor Simon Deakin will talk on ‘What the UK's membership of the EU has entailed for workers’ rights and how the UK might achieve dynamic alignment of these rights after Brexit.’

Discussants will include Professor Michael Gold and Catherine West MP (to be confirmed).

Professor Simon Deakin is a Professor of Law at the University of Cambridge. He specializes in labour law, private law, company law and EU law. He is Director of the Centre for Business Research and co-Chair of the University's Strategic Research Initiative in Public Policy.

Professor Michael Gold is Professor of Comparative Employment Relations at Royal Holloway University of London.

Catherine West is the Labour Member of Parliament for Hornsey & Wood Green.

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Keating Chambers

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WC2R 3AA

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