Thursday 7 December, 1115 – 1245

A year and a half after the UK voted to leave the European Union, the future of UK–EU relations is still far from clear. With negotiations now firmly under way, there are pressing questions about what the future agreement should look like, and whether a deep and comprehensive deal is indeed possible. All the while, discussions are taking place within the EU on reforming the Eurozone, improving economic performance, responding to the refugee crisis and strengthening security. How will these discussions affect the future deal between the UK and the EU? Is a mutually beneficial agreement possible? In which areas can the EU and the UK work together?