Brexit: What to Watch

Panellists Professor Vernon Bogdanor, Georgina Wright, Anna Isaac and Professor Richard Whitman join Professor Anand Menon to explore the latest on the Brexit negotiations and the potential for a Brexit deal.

Members event, Webinar Recording
11 December 2020 — 1:00PM TO 2:00PM
Online

Brexit: What to Watch

— This webinar explores the latest on Brexit negotiations and, potentially, a Brexit deal. How has the pandemic and the US election changed the dynamics of the negotiations and what can be achieved?

By 31 December 2020, the UK and EU should have decided how they will live, work and trade as neighbours. The exit may be a negotiated deal or a no deal and there are complicated problems at the heart of both options including concerns over Northern Ireland’s status. Boris Johnson had aimed to have a negotiated deal by 15 October 2020, but while that deadline has not been met, both parties are still talking.

This webinar explores the latest on Brexit negotiations and, potentially, a Brexit deal.

  • How has the pandemic and the US election changed the dynamics of the negotiations and what can be achieved?

  • To what extent can history and the past explain where the UK-EU relationship is today?

  • What can we expect from the UK-EU relationship in 2021 and in the longer term?

  • And looking beyond the EU, where does the UK stand in relation to the US and other key allies?

As with all member events, questions from the audience drive the conversation.

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