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The British-European economic relationship after Brexit

When May 15, 2017
from 05:30 PM to 07:00 PM
Where McCrum Lecture Theatre, Corpus Christi College
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In January 2017 Prime Minister Theresa May unveiled her strategy for Britain's exit from the European Union, which includes leaving the single market. How will Britain and the European Union remain "best friends and neighbours" after a profoundly changed political and economic relationship? This talk will explore what possibilities and consequences Britain's departure from the single market may hold for Britain's relationship with the European Union. YouGov's Marcus Roberts, Director of International Projects, will additionally present polling data on Brexit, and Britain and Europe's future relationship.


About the Speakers:

Professor Clemens Fuest is a German economist and President of the Ifo Insititute for Economic Research. Professor Fuest previously served as a professor of business taxation at the University of Oxford, where he also served as Research Director for the University of Oxford Centre for Business Taxation. Professor Fuest has additionally served as a member of the Independent Expert Group to the Commission on Scottish Devolution and as chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors at the German Ministry of Finance.


Sir Andrew Cook read law at the University College London, and now owns and serves as Chairman of William Cook Holdings, Ltd. Sir Andrew was awarded a CBE in the 1996 New Year's Honours List for services to the steel industry, the E J Fox medal by the Institute of Cast Metals Engineers in 2008, and knighted in 2016.

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