Democracy after Brexit [Postponed]

Please be aware this event has been postponed until further notice.

The Institute for Policy and Engagement brings you another instalment of its public lectures series. With our next speaker being Professor David Runciman, Professor of Politics at Cambridge University.

Following the UK’s departure from the EU and global politics changing rapidly throughout the world, Professor Runciman, will discuss in relation to his recent books, “How Democracy Ends” and “Where Power Stops”, how democracy will look in a post-Brexit world.

David Runciman is Professor of Politics at Cambridge University. His books include The Confidence Trap, How Democracy Ends and most recently Where Power Stops: The Making and Unmaking of Presidents and Prime Ministers, which was published last year. He writes about contemporary politics for the London Review of Books, where he is a contributing editor, and also appears regularly on the BBC. He is the founder and host of the internationally acclaimed weekly podcast Talking Politics.

This event will be taking place on Wednesday 25 March between 5.30 – 7pm

This event will be hosted in A01–A02, Highfield House University Park, NG7 2RD

All are welcome to attend this free event, for more information or to book spaces please visit the official event page.

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