A public lecture by Susan Hitch, Visiting Professor of Public Policy, King’s College, London
Brexit is a political earthquake. The referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union exposed deep national divisions and produced a clear but small majority for leaving. What can we now know about that vote and its consequences? And what do we not yet know?
Susan Hitch is a visiting Professor in Public Policy at King’s College, London; she sits on the boards of the Institute for Government, Centre for Cities, Policy Network, Rand Europe Council of Advisors and the Centre for European Reform and manages David Sainsbury's pro bono activities. She is also a critic and broadcaster on arts and culture, which occasionally take her back to her former academic life in medieval literature.
A drinks reception will follow the lecture.
Parking is available in the Milldam car park, Burnaby Road, Portsmouth PO1 3AS