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Politics: The definitive guide to the British political system with John Ha...

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Gain a better understanding of British politics and the disagreements surrounding Brexit negotiations at this lively evening class with Guardian columnist John Harris.

British politics is more unpredictable now than it has been for decades. Following last year’s Brexit vote, this June's snap general election and Jeremy Corbyn's expectation-defying success, debates have become increasingly complex – and increasingly fascinating.

This lively class with Guardian columnist John Harris will demystify Britain’s current political climate, focusing on the reasons behind increasing uncertainty and divisions in the UK. In two hours, you’ll receive an up-to-date politics lesson and gain a better understanding about the tensions within both the Labour and Conservative parties.

John is one of the Guardian’s leading columnists and the co-creator of the series Anywhere but Westminster, which explores politics outside the Westminster bubble. Don’t miss the chance to learn from one of our most experienced and committed political writers – book your place now and let John reawaken your interest in current affairs and the future of UK politics.

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John Harris is a political writer and columnist for the Guardian. He is also the co-creator, with John Domokos, of the video series Anywhere but Westminster. In addition to his work for the Guardian, John has written on politics, popular culture and music for publications including the New Statesman and Rolling Stone. His books include The Last Party and So Now Who Do We Vote For? Read John’s articles for the Guardian here.

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