Brexit, Covid and the future of Britain
Public Policy, Politics & Security
Not for credit
Available course dates:
To be confirmed
The course aims to explain what Brexit is, why it happened, and what it’s potential implications might be. Clearly, given the impact of COVID19, these implications will be tightly intertwined with those of the pandemic. The course will focus on explaining how Brexit came about, and how these two major factors will impact on the United Kingdom going forward.
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What does this course cover?
We will discuss and debate the key issues around Brexit, including:
- How the referendum was won and lost
- What the relationship between the UK and EU has been like historically and how it might develop in the future
- The implications of Brexit for the British state
- What the economic implications of Brexit might be going forward
What will I achieve?
The course will provide a unique insight into one of the most momentous periods in British politics and its implications going forward. Brexit and COVID19 will shape the future of this country for many years to come, and an understanding of what has happened and what it might mean will be essential for people from a wide variety of fields.
By the end of this course, participants will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to understand the state of British politics and the British economy and their possible future development. Understand the implications of Brexit and the lessons it holds for politics and public policy going forward.
Who will I learn with?
Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs
Professor of Economics and Public Policy
Who is this for?
Interest in and working experience in British and EU politics
What is the teaching schedule?
The course will be taught in a classroom setting. It will involve a mixture of panel discussions, talks and Q&As with the use of an interactive learning tool and group work.
Other subject matter experts will include:
- Anand Menon, Director of UKICE & Prof of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King's.
- Jill Rutter, Senior Fellow at UKICE & Institute for Government.
- Jonathan Portes, Prof of Economics and Public Policy at King's.
- Matthew Elliott, CEO of vote Leave.
- Jonathan Faull, Chair, European Public Affairs, Brunswick Group.
- Nicole Sykes, responsible for Brexit at the Confederation of British Industry
A programme agenda will be sent to participants nearer the time
Fees and discounts
- Full fee: £750
- Early bird discount £675
- King's staff: £675
Payment by invoice
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