Expert panel visiting Leicester to take Brexit questions - spaces still available
Yesterday (17 January), Prime Minister Theresa May gave a highly anticipated speech on Brexit in which she said the UK "cannot possibly" remain within the European single market, as staying in it would mean "not leaving the EU at all".
Leading experts will be coming to Leicester to answer significant questions about Brexit during a free public panel discussion on Thursday 19 January.
Dr Oxana Golynker, lecturer in European Union Law and Employment Law from the School of Law, will be on the panel, offering a unique perspective based on her research into European Union citizenship as a status and the rights attached to it, and cross-border social solidarity.
Other experts on the panel include Catherine Barnard, Professor in European Union Law and Employment Law at the University of Cambridge, Anand Menon, Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at Kings College London and Director of the UK in a Changing Europe Initiative and Jonathan Portes, principal research fellow of the National Institute of Economic & Social Research..
The free event, which is organised by The Conversation and The UK in a Changing Europe, is an open forum in the Banks Lounge at King Power stadium, home of Leicester City.
Everyone is welcome to come along on 19 January to get a better idea of what the future may look like for the UK outside the EU.
Countdown to Brexit: what does leaving the EU mean for you?
Presented by The Conversation and The UK in a Changing Europe
Date: Thursday 19 January 2017
Venue: The Banks Lounge, King Power Stadium
Doors open: 6pm
Event begins: 6.30pm
Event ends: 8pm
Read University of Leicester expert comments on Think: Leicester about Brexit below:
'We are striving to create a more balanced research ecosystem to stimulate imaginative thinking' - President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Paul Boyle
Brexit repercussions will weigh heavily on the British economy - Professor Panicos Demetriades
Brexit: what Europe must do to avoid losing more member states - Dr Simona Guerra
Post-Brexit Hate: Why is it happening and what can we do about it? - Professor Neil Chakraborti and Dr Stevie-Jade Hardy