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The Guernsey Oxford Lecture

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St James Concert and Assembly Hall

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GY1 2NZ

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What Brexit told us about the British

Following the referendum in 2016 there was much quick speculation about which groups in society contributed to the leave campaign’s win. Professor Danny Dorling will show how much early comment missed the true picture. He will also show that it is more interesting to ask what factors led to the outcome of the referendum and what these tell us about the changing state of Britain over the last few decades.

How has British society changed; for example in relation to inequality, health outcomes, housing and educational opportunities; how do these changes compare with other countries? What do they tell us about the current state of Britain and how the British people could adapt to their future post Brexit, whatever that brings?

Professor Dorling is the Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography at the University of Oxford and a fellow of St Peter’s College. He grew up in Oxford and after going to university in Newcastle upon Tyne he has held posts in various universities in the UK and overseas before taking up his current post in 2013.

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