Brexit Britain: What went wrong, and what next?

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The left overwhelmingly backed 'Remain' in the EU referendum, but a majority of the British public voted 'No'. So now it's time for the left to reflect and regroup.

What position should they take during the negotiations? And how do they defend free movement whilst still engaging with the public?

The speakers at this conference will seek to answer some of these questions. They will include Owen Jones, Marina Prentoulis, Ash Sarkar, Yanis Varoufakis, Amelia Womack, and others.

Note: Whilst this event is free, you still need to pre-register on their website. See lse.ac.uk for details. It will take place in the Sheikh Zayed Theatre, in the New Academic Building.

 

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