14 November 2018

The UK, EU and Brexit: Where and What Next?

Date: Wednesday 14 November 2018

Time: 18:30-20:00

Location: University of Edinburgh · 50 George Square (Lecture Theatre G.03) | 50 George Square · Edinburgh EH8 9JU

Dr Kirsty Hughes
Director · Scottish Centre on European Relations

Iain Macwhirter
Political Columnist · The Herald and Herald on Sunday

Dr Rebecca Zahn
Senior Lecturer in Law · University of Strathclyde

Dr Tobias Lock | Chair
Senior Lecturer in European Union Law · University of Edinburgh
Co-Director · Edinburgh Europa Institute

As the Brexit negotiations on withdrawal, transition and the future relationship declaration enter the final stages, significant uncertainty persists and multiple paths seem to lie ahead, including hard Brexit, no-deal Brexit and no Brexit. Even if a deal is reached, it may not survive the UK parliament and a general election or people’s vote referendum could follow – but time is short. Germany and the other EU members have their own priorities, such as protecting the single market, but they also face domestic political pressures. This event will offer German and Scottish perspectives on the Brexit endgame and what it will mean for Scotland, the UK, Germany and the rest of Europe.

Practical Information

Reception from 18.00. Event begins at 18.30

Co-organised with the Edinburgh Europa Institute · Supported by the the European Commission Office in Scotland

This event is free. Registration in advance required. All are welcome

The Scottish Centre on European Relations is an independent EU think tank based in Edinburgh