Published: 21 October 2016 at 15:40
Anglia Ruskin event will look at implications for business, politics and environmentLeading figures from the world of business, politics and the environment will talk about the possible implications of Brexit during a special panel discussion called “Brexit: What do we know now?” at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge on Thursday, 3 November.
“The referendum and the decision of the UK to leave the European Union is clearly one of the most momentous events in modern British history and is already reshaping the political landscape in profound ways.
“Brexit has already installed a new Prime Minister and caused a civil war within the Labour Party. The new Prime Minister Theresa May says ‘Brexit means Brexit’, but what does Brexit actually mean? Are we heading for Hard Brexit or Soft Brexit, and should Parliament be given a vote on the deal?
“What will Brexit mean for the economy, the political landscape and the environment? And how will we continue to work with Europe? The issue of access to the single market is still unresolved. Should Britain now be looking for new economic partners and if so, where?
“This talk is part of a series of events at Anglia Ruskin where experts will probe the new political landscape of modern Britain.”