Brexit conference to explore impact of leaving EU

PUBLISHED: 12:17 15 March 2018 | UPDATED: 17:29 15 March 2018

A range of speakers will be discussing the impact of leaving the EU at a conference in London. Picture:

A range of speakers will be discussing the impact of leaving the EU at a conference in London. Picture:


The impact of leaving the EU is to be discussed at a conference on Monday.

Speakers including New European contributor Professor AC Grayling, Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable and Labour’s Chuka Umunna will address delegates at the ‘Brexit: Should I stay or should I go’ conference on Monday at the Queen Elizabeth II centre in central London.

Sessions will include: The impact of Brexit on the economy, business and trade, How to de-passionate the debate and remain pragmatic and constructive, The NHS on a drip without the EU, Tactical voting and principles above politics and The City in trouble, finance and the pound.

A spokesman for the event, of which The New European is a media partner, said: “All the noise created by the media and politicians, makes it hard to understand what could happen to European citizens, to the economy, to businesses and to trading with the European Union.

“This has become a vicious circle leading to even more Brexit uncertainty and confusion.”

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