The Future of British Politics after BREXIT

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Thank you for registering to 'The Future of British Politics after BREXIT' lecture! The event starts at 18:45 and will take place at the Karatzas Auditorium, Eolou 82, 105 51 Athens, Greece, 1st Floor. Don't forget to keep your ticket handy, either in the Eventbrite app or print it out, to bring it with you. A ticket and an Identification Card are necessary for admission. Due to National Bank of Greece Security reasons, the ticket needs to be under the holders name and you will be asked to provide an ID card. Please, book the ticket under the name of the person attending the lecture. Please, note that the event is over ticketed. Anyone arriving less than 15 minutes before the start time of the event may not be admitted to the theatre. Please ensure you arrive on time to avoid disappointment.

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National Bank of Greece, Auditorium of the Karatzas Mansion 1st floor

Eolou 82-84

10551 Athens

Greece

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Thank you for registering to 'The Future of British Politics after BREXIT' lecture! The event starts at 18:45 and will take place at the Karatzas Auditorium, Eolou 82, 105 51 Athens, Greece, 1st Floor. Don't forget to keep your ticket handy, either in the Eventbrite app or print it out, to bring it with you. A ticket and an Identification Card are necessary for admission. Due to National Bank of Greece Security reasons, the ticket needs to be under the holders name and you will be asked to provide an ID card. Please, book the ticket under the name of the person attending the lecture. Please, note that the event is over ticketed. Anyone arriving less than 15 minutes before the start time of the event may not be admitted to the theatre. Please ensure you arrive on time to avoid disappointment.
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A public lecture with Tony Travers & Alexis Papahelas in collaboration with the NBG. Supported by the LSE Hellenic Alumni Association.

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Tony Travers will provide historical perspective on how the UK found it so difficult to join the EEC and then, 43 years later, voted to leave the EU. He will examine the challenges posed for the British government and Parliament in delivering Brexit, exploring the remarkable stand-off which has taken place between the country’s Executive and the Legislature. The UK, famously seen as a stable and moderate democracy, is witnessing a transformation in its (unwritten) constitution, with no certainty as to the final outcome of the Brexit process. In the light of what happens on October 31st the UK will, one way or the other, have to re-set its relations not only with the EU27 but also other countries and blocs. Nothing will be sorted out in the short term, leaving immense uncertainty about UK-EU trade, security and diplomatic relations, possibly for many years to come. The lecture will look forward and explore the options facing both the UK and the EU. Alexis Papahelas will act as discussant.

Speaker: Tony Travers, Professor in Practice, Department of Government, LSE

Discussant: Alexis Papahelas, Editor-in-Chief of 'Kathimerini'

Chair: Kevin Featherstone, Hellenic Observatory Director, LSE

*The lecture will be in English with simultaneous translation.

Due to NBG security reasons you will be asked to provide a proof of identity. Kindly have an identification card or driving licence with you.

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National Bank of Greece, Auditorium of the Karatzas Mansion 1st floor

Eolou 82-84

10551 Athens

Greece

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