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‘How Brexit and Euroscepticism are creating new dividing-lines in British and European politics’

Professor Sara Hobolt, Chair in European Institutions, LSE; author, ‘Europe in Question: Referendums on European Integration’ (2009) and co-author of ‘Blaming Europe?’ (2014)

Policy practitioners talk about working with and within the EU institutions in a seminar series co-chaired by LSE Visiting Senior Fellows Anthony Teasdale, Director General, European Parliamentary Research Service, and Dr Martin Westlake, former Secretary General, European Economic and Social Committee.

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