Whither the EU & Whither the EU-UK Relationship?

Webinar 7 July Hosted by Mark Lazarowicz

So is that it? Is an intransigent UK now heading for a No Deal exit amid the economic chaos of a post-Covid economy?
Few in Scotland have as fine an appreciation of the topsy-turvy politics of this than Kirsty Hughes, Director of the Scottish Centre on European relations 2017-2020, who will give her unique insights into the UK’s relations with the EU and the prospects for Scotland’s place in Europe now and in future, at our next webinar on 7 July at 5pm.
And what about the EU? How is it coping with the stresses brought about by Covid, Brexit and, of course, Climate Chaos? It’s a time of momentous change for our continent. Will the EU that many hope to rejoin be the same as the one we left on 31st January?
Joining me on that will be David Gow, ex European business editor of the Guardian and experienced Euro-watcher whose outstanding knowledge of European affairs will set the scene for a target which is itself evolving rapidly under these pressures, not least the need to reboot the European economy with an agreed recovery plan.
And what does the interplay of these two turbulent forces mean for Scotland?
This will be a highly interactive event. Let us know your questions in advance or simply bring them on the day.
When: 7 July, 17:00 – 18:30
What: Webinar
Where: Zoom (link sent to you after you sign up via Eventbrite)
Book here:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/whither-the-eu-whither-the-eu-uk-relationship-tickets- 110756738386
We can’t promise simple answers but we can promise that you will be better informed after a stimulating exploration by two of the best informed speakers in Scotland. Please join me as I chair this lively session.
– Mark Lazarowicz, Chair of European Movement in Scotland

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