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Future UK-EU Relations – Is There Any Hope?

Virtual meeting featuring Alex Andreou and David Henig

An Oxford for Europe Event.
Supported by Oxford European Association.
Was held on Thursday 9th March 2023

A discussion about latest developments in our relations with our EU neighbours, with Q&A.

You can join us free of charge but we welcome a donation of £3 or more to cover our costs. If you book a place, you will be sent a joining link shortly before the event.

Once again, Brexit is at the forefront of public debate. Does the Windsor Protocol mean the the Tories have ‘got Brexit done’ or is it a first tentative step towards undoing it? What can we make of the recent cross-party summit allegedly designed to “make Brexit work“? What about the chaotic Retained EU Law Bill, a rolling juggernaut which the current prime minister is too weak to stop? And should we be surprised that small boats have once again hit the headlines?
Against all the uncertainty, opinion polls are starting to show a significant majority not only regretting Brexit but also favouring the principle of rejoining. In only one English constituency is there still a majority who think Brexit was a good idea. Yet politicians on both sides lag behind public opinion.
Where is a possible landing point to solve the interminable problems that Brexit has caused, given that politicians on both sides have ruled out rejoining the Single Market, at least for the time being? Is there room for any hope?
We are pleased to welcome two expert speakers from different but complementary backgrounds, who will most certainly give us a lot to think about, and are happy to answer questions from the audience.

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