Beyond Brexit: The Future of the British Economy

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Monday 11 February 

11.30am - 2.45pm

St Alphege Building 004, King Alfred Quarter, Sparkford Road, Winchester SO22 4NR

Ten years after the global financial crisis, and over two years after the Brexit referendum, the UK has big questions to address about its economic future. Large regional and income inequalities, industrial restructuring, the role of the financial sector and the future relationship with the European Union are only some of the crucial socio-economic challenges that need to be faced. Novel ideas and policy strategies are needed to tackle these issues, and create a vision for the British economy, in relation to but also beyond Brexit.

Join us for a debate on these themes with Dame Kate Barker (Member of the Industrial Strategy Council and former Monetary Policy Committee member), Grace Blakeley (Research Fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research), Prof John Denham (Director of the Centre for English Identity and Politics at the University of Winchester), Larry Elliot (Economics Director at the Guardian) and Dr Jo Michell (Associate Professor, University of the West of England). The event will be chaired by Dr Bruno Bonizzi.

Politics and Society

Centre for English Identity and Politics

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