Reminder: The finalised speakers for our Brexit-eve debate - 25/03


Our debate on the implications of Brexit takes place on 25 March. A range of speakers from across from across the political spectrum will be taking part, including...


Andrea Catherwood - Newscaster and broadcast journalist

Andrea Catherwood

Andrea has reported from around the world. She was the first British journalist into Mazar-i-Shariff in Afghanistan after the city fell to the Northern Alliance and was among the first British television journalists to visit Guantanamo Bay. She can now regularly be heard on BBC Radio 4.

Emma Duncan - Social policy editor, The Economist

Emma Duncan

Emma is the current social policy editor at The Economist and former editor of 1843, a bi-monthly magazine of ideas, culture and lifestyle. She has also held posts including deputy editor, Britain editor, Asia editor and chief reporter at the publication.

Sally Keeble - Labour politician and former MP
Sally Keeble 

Sally was the Labour MP for Northampton North from 1997 to 2010 and  is currently the prospective Labour candidate for the constituency. She served on the HM Treasury Select Committee from 2005-2010.

Jürgen Krönig - President emeritus of the Foreign Press Association U.K

Jurgen Kronig 

Jürgen is an award-winning journalist, author, broadcaster and photographer. He is the London correspondent for Die Zeit and has been awarded an OBE for his significant contributions to British-German relations.

Professor David Collins - Professor of International Economic Law at City, University of London

David Collins 

Professor David Collins teaches and researches in the field of international economic law specialising in the law of the World Trade Organization and international investment law. He is a Solicitor of England and Wales and is admitted to the Bars of Ontario and New York.

Please note: due to urgent parliamentary business, Iain Duncan Smith will no longer be able to attend the event.

This event is free but booking is essential. places can be reserved here.

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