This event has finished Took place on: Thursday, 16th May 2019
In this especially timely occasion, the panel will consider the impact of the upcoming European elections on the EU as a negotiating actor of Brexit and the future relationship with the UK. Will the balance of power change in the EU institutions? Is this the next stop for the populist wave, after Brexit?
Matthew Goodwin (@GoodwinMJ) is Professor of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent.
Sara Hagemann (@sarahagemann) is Associate Professor in European Politics, European Institute, LSE.
Sara Hobolt (@sarahobolt) is Sutherland Chair in European Institutions and Professor in the Department of Government, LSE.
Tony Travers is Associate Dean of the School of Public Policy and Professor in Practice, Department of Government, LSE.
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Twitter Hashtag for this event: #LSEBrexit
Cost: Free of Charge
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