Brexit milestone is focus of public debate
Two years on from the vote for the UK to leave the EU, a distinguished panel of experts will discuss its implications.
The UK’s future relationship with mainland Europe will be the focus of this public debate, with the UK set to leave the EU in March 2019.
University staff, students and the wider public are invited to attend this event, which takes place on Monday 25 June, at the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation. The event is free and tickets can be reserved here.
The expert panel will discuss the developments of the past two years, which have been marked by uncertainty and disagreement about what Brexit should look like.
The impact upon Scotland’s status within the UK and EU will also be examined, with speculation that a second referendum on Scottish independence could be held.
The panel includes Edinburgh academics, government advisors and a journalist.
- Mure Dickie, Scotland Correspondent for the Financial Times
- Karen Freel, Director of Perspectiva Consultants
- Professor Drew Scott, Co-Director of the Europa Institute
- Dr Sarah Kyambi, research fellow in the School of Social and Political Science
- Anthony Salamone, PhD Candidate in British and European Politics
Doors open from 5.30pm. The event will begin at 6pm followed by a drinks reception until 8pm.