Beyond Brexit: The Left’s agenda for the UK and the EU

Book launch and public lunchtime debate Ahead of the European Council summit where developments on […]


Book launch and public lunchtime debate

Ahead of the European Council summit where developments on Brexit are expected to be crucial, FEPS is holding a debate on the topic to launch its most recent publication, “Beyond Brexit: The Left’s agenda for the UK and the EU”.

The book is part of a joint venture with the Fabian Society, UK and includes a foreword form Keir Starmer MP and Shadow Secretary of State for exiting the EU along with contributions from many other UK-based and European commentators.

In addition the book also includes new results of a survey we commissioned on pubic attitudes to Britain’s post-Brexit future for which will analysis will be shared.

17th October 12:00 – 13:30

At FEPS office, rue Montoyer, 40, 1000 Brussels

– Richard Corbett MEP

Natalie Sarkic-Todd, Europe Matters

– Ania Skrzypek, FEPS Senior Research Fellow

– Roberto Gualtieri MEP (invited)

– Keir Starmer MP (invited)

Chairing: FEPS


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