Join distinguished names from UK and EU politics to discuss what the future holds for the UK after Brexit.

Staff and students are invited to attend a series of lectures exploring how leaving the EU will affect the country. Four renowned speakers, with long careers in British and European politics, will share thought-provoking insights into the impact of Brexit on policy and prosperity.

As Sir Leigh Lewis points out: "Never in my lifetime in government has the UK appeared to be at such a fundamental crossroads as it is now."

Jon Sibson adds: "I am delighted that four such distinguished speakers from both within and outside the UK will be contributing their outstanding knowledge and experience in helping us answer some of the big questions we all have."

The series commences on 24 January with UK political figure and life peer Peter Hain, followed on 7 February by Radoslaw Sikorski, who has held key roles in Poland's government.

Sir Simon Gass, former director of the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Vice-Chair of Court at the University of Greenwich will join us on 14 February. The series will conclude with Gus O'Donnell, crossbench peer, economist and former civil servant.

Talks are open to all staff and students at The University of Greenwich but places must be booked in advance. More details about the timings and talks and how to book your place are available here.