Brexit: A discussion of the UK's future in Europe

Years: 8 & 9
Location: Streatham Campus
Date: Thursday 29 June 2017
Duration: 10:00-3:00pm

In light of the referendum result of 2016, and the ensuing discussions on the practicalities of Brexit, the UK's relationship with the EU is at its most contentious position to date. This session looks to draw together U3A, and secondary school children, to discuss the role of the Community in British politics, and the respective advantages and disadvantages of disbanding the longstanding connection between the domestic and supranational level.

The event will take place on Thursday 29th June from 10.30-3.00pm at the Innovation Centre, Rennes Drive at the University of Exeter, Streatham Campus. Registration and refreshments will be available from 10:00-10:30pm and lunch will be provided as part of the event. Places are limited for each school so please enquire as soon as possible.

For enquiries, bookings and further information, please contact Kate Blackmore (01392) 725628

(Please do not contact the Innovation Centre for bookings)

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Brexit: A discussion of the UK's future in Europe

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