This series of lectures featuring high-profile speakers will look at Brexit and what it means for the future of the UK. Students and staff all welcome but booking is essential.

Jon Sibson, Pro Vice-Chancellor of the Business School and Sir Leigh Lewis, former Permanent Secretary at the Department of Work and Pensions and Visiting Fellow at the university are hosting this lecture series which looks at what the future holds for post-Brexit Britain.

The talks, for which booking is essential, are:

24 Jan 2018Is there any salvation for the UK from Brexit?  Lord Hain
Lord Hain is a former Cabinet Minister and former MP for Neath
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Student tickets: available
Staff tickets: sold out
7 Feb 2018European Union - the empire Britain has refused to rule, Radoslaw Sikorski
Radoslaw 'Radek' Sikorski is a senior Polish politican and former Minister of National Defence
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14 Feb 2018Post-Brexit on the world stage: Roar like a lion or squeak like a mouse, Sir Simon Gass
Sir Simon Gass is a former Political Director at the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Vice-Chair of the university's Court.
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14 Mar 2018Making Brexit work, Lord O'Donnell
Lord O'Donnell is a former Cabinet Secretary and former Head of the Civil Service.
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All events start at 17.30 in QA080, Greenwich campus, book your place now, as we expect these talks to be popular.