Past event

Research Event

Britain's EU Referendum: State of the Race - Part One

Chatham House, London

Europe Programme, Euroscepticism in Britain and Europe

Participants

Professor Matthew J. Goodwin, Senior Visiting Fellow, Europe Programme, Chatham House; Senior Fellow, UK in a Changing Europe
Professor Sara B. Hobolt, Sutherland Chair in European Institutions, London School of Economics
Anthony Wells, Research Director, YouGov
Professor John Curtice, Professor of Politics, University of Strathclyde; Senior Fellow, the UK in a Changing Europe
Chair: Quentin Peel, Mercator Senior Fellow, Europe Programme, Chatham House

Overview

This breakfast briefing will explore the latest trends in the race to win Britain's EU referendum and the key factors that are likely to determine the outcome. Discussion points will include what hurdles face the ‘leave’ camp and how might they win? How important is David Cameron to the vote? What do we know about how voters navigate referendums? And how might the race have impact on the political parties over the longer-term?

This briefing is for political editors, journalists, observers and researchers who are following the debate and want access to the latest evidence on how this race is unfolding.

Attendance at this event is now full and registration is closed.