The Centre for Brexit Studies Annual Conference returns for a second year, the conference will bring together a wide variety of voices from across the Brexit landscape including Sir Vince Cable and Sir Bernard Jenkin.
The Centre for Brexit Studies Annual Conference returns for its second year this March. Taking place during 'B-Day' on March 29th, the day the UK is meant to leave the EU, the conference will bring together a wide variety of voices from across the Brexit landscape.
From Brexiteers to firm Remainers, the conference will look into what we could expect after Brexit thanks to a whole host of guest speakers, panel debates and insightful talks. The event will also offer brilliant networking opportunities with academics and business professionals throughout the day and the chance to get involved, as well as the opportunity to find out more about the Centre for Brexit Studies and our research.
Confirmed speakers and panel guests for the conference include:
Sir Vince Cable, Sir Bernard Jenkin, John Mills, Vicky Pryce, Professor Vernon Bogdanor CBE, Raymond Snoddy, David "Sideman" Whitely, Professor David Bailey, Dr Leslie Budd, Beverley Nielsen, Dr Elizabeth Norton, Tom Leeson, John Mair, Liz Gerard, Joshua Hockley-Still, John Clancy as well as Centre for Brexit Studies Director Professor Alex de Ruyter and the Centre’s academics.
Lunch will be provided for all event delegates, as will refreshments throughout the day and during coffee break.
To find out more, make sure you follow us on Twitter @BCU_CBS and check out our blog (www.centreforbrexitstudiesblog.wordpress.com) regularly for event news and updates. When posting about the event on social media, make sure to use the hashtag #CBSBrexitDay We look forward to welcoming you to our conference!