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London event: UK politics after the Brexit vote

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Where: King’s College London, Strand Campus, WC2R 2LS.

When: Monday, 4 July 2016, form 6.00pm onwards

 

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So, the Brexit vote happened. But that, for now, is about all we can conclusively say. What next for British politics? We look ahead to the final days of David Cameron, the prospects for potential Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the deeply unpredictable future of the Labour Party. More broadly than that, though, what did the vote tell us about a deeply divided nation usually conflicted about where it goes next?

Peter Apps [moderator]  – Global Affairs Columnist, Thomson Reuters. Executive Director, PS21

Robert Colville – Author and commentator for Politico Europe, Financial Times

Jennifer Brindisi – Political Consultant. Former Executive Director, Young Professionals in Foreign Policy

Gurjinder Dhaliwal – Labour Party and Remain campaigner

Jonn Elledge – Editor of CityMetric and journalist at New Statesman

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