Workshop: What's next for British democracy?
Brexit will bear an enduring mark on the British political landscape and on British society. The British political party system has been hugely impacted, as polarization, fragmentation and the generational gap on the future of the UK politics has significantly widened. So what’s next for British democracy?
Join a panel of experts at Europe House for a strategic discussion of the current state of British democracy and the future ahead.
Pauline Schnapper, Professor of British Studies at the Sorbonne Nouvelle University, will start the event presenting ideas from her latest book in which she reflects on the far-reaching consequences that Brexit is imposing not only on the UK parliamentary democracy but also across Europe. The discussions will be joined by Dr Sarah Wolff and Professor Tim Bale."
Prof Pauline SCHNAPPER
Professor of British Studies at the Sorbonne Nouvelle University
Prof Tim BALE
Professor of Politics at Queen Mary University of London and academic member of the Centre for European Research
Dr Catherine FIESCHI
Director Global Institute, Queen Mary University of London
Dr Sarah WOLFF
Chair - Director of the Centre for European Research and Lecturer in Public Policy at Queen Mary University of London
This event will be co-hosted with the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence