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EU IN PRACTICE ‘The origins and consequences of the 2016 UK referendum’

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The origins and consequences of the 2016 UK referendum

Vernon Bogdanor: Professor of Contemporary British History, KCL; former Professor of Government, Oxford; author of ‘The New British Constitution’

This seminar will feature the authors of two recent books on the political origins and constitutional implications of UK departure from the EU - Vernon Bogdanor’s ‘Beyond Brexit: Towards a British Constitution’ and Martin Westlake’s ‘Slipping Loose: The UK’s long drift away from the European Union’.

In this innovative LSE seminar series, policy practitioners, academics and commentators talk about their experience working in, with and on the EU institutions. The series is co-chaired by two visiting professors in practice at the European Institute: Anthony Teasdale, Director General of the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS) and former Special Adviser, FCO and HM Treasury; and Dr Martin Westlake, former Secretary General of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) and Visiting Professor at the College of Europe, Bruges.

PLEASE NOTE: This event is free and open to all however a ticket is required. All our events are overticketed so please do arrive early to avoid disappointment and note that a ticket does not guarantee entry to the event. Entry will be managed on a first-come-first-served basis.

Tickets will be released for reservation on THURSDAY 14 NOVEMBER at 12pm.

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