Perspectives brings together Britain’s foremost thinkers and commentators to discuss some of the defining issues of our age.
More than four years after the referendum vote, Brexit is finally done. With a post-Brexit trade deal drawing a line under Britain’s tumultuous 47-year membership of the EU, focus has now shifted to the ‘new chapter’. So, what happens next, and how will the story unfold alongside other world events? From wrangling over details of the deal to rebuilding our position on the global stage, we ask leading political experts Vernon Bogdanor and Isabel Hardman to reflect on the first six months and future challenges.
Professor Vernon Bogdanor FBA Professor of Government at the Institute of Contemporary British History, King’s College London
Isabel Hardman Assistant Editor, The Spectator
Chair: Professor David Reynolds FBA Emeritus Professor of International History and a Fellow of Christ’s College, University of Cambridge
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