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British Attitudes Towards Europe, 1970s-2000s

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LSE INTERNATIONAL HISTORY RESEARCH SEMINAR (HY509)

Michaelmas 2019

Session IV

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Stuart Smedley (King's College London): Missed Opportunities? British Public Opinion Towards the Creation of the Single Market and the Euro

Stuart Smedley is a doctoral candidate at the Department of Political Economy, King’s College London. His research analyses the historical developments in British public opinion towards European integration from 1973, the year of the United Kingdom’s accession to the European Economic Community, to the June 2016 referendum vote to leave the European Union. He holds a BS in International Relations and History from the London School of Economics and a Master's in Contemporary British History from King’s College London.

Hamish McDougall (LSE): 'Over a barrel'? Britain, New Zealand and the Treaty of Accession, 1972

Hamish McDougall is currently based at the Department of International History, LSE, as a doctoral researcher. His project looks at Britain’s entry into the European Economic Community in 1973 and the Anglo-New Zealand relationship. He holds a Master's in International History from LSE as well as a Postgraduate Certificate in Historical Studies from University of Oxford. He was a awarded a BA with Honours by the Victoria University of Wellington and a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration by the Massey University.

Chair: Ben Sayle (LSE)

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