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The Putney Debates 2017: Constitutional Crisis in the UK
As the UK questions its post-Brexit future, the Oxford Foundation for Law, Justice and Society invites you to a re-staging of the Putney Debates, 370 years after the original debate ushered in a new democratic order.
Be a part of this historic re-staging and help redraw the country’s constitutional settlement for a post-Brexit age.
The Debates will be chaired by the UK's leading legal commentator Joshua Rozenberg, Cambridge philosopher and Cross-bench Peer Baroness Onora O'Neill, and Oxford constitutional law experts Professors Paul Craig and Denis Galligan, who will preside over four panels of over 30 prominent figures from the law, politics, and civil society.
Session I: Parliament and the People
2.00-4.00pm, Thursday 2nd February 2017
Session II: Changing and Strengthening the Role of the People
5.30-7.30pm, Thursday 2nd February 2017
Session III: Parliament, the Executive, and the Courts
2.00-4.00pm, Friday 3rd February 2017
Session IV: Preserving the Liberal Constitution
5.30-7.30pm, Friday 3rd February 2017
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