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Queen Elizabeth Centre II, Broad Sanctuary, London SW1P 3EE

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This major conference brings together some of the best academic experts on public opinion from across the UK, senior politicians and journalists to explore the key questions facing British politics – including the current strategies and prospects of the political parties, and the way in which political identities and attitudes have changed in the last half-decade. The conference coincides with the launch of our new report ‘Brexit and party politics in the UK’.

Speakers include: Pippa Crerar on British Politics after Brexit: Conservative and Labour with
Adam Boulton, Former presenter of SkyNews; Rob Ford, Professor of Political Science, University of Manchester; Tim Bale, Professor of Politics, Queen Mary, University of London
Mark Harper MP, Conservative Member of Parliament for Forest of Dean; Louise Haigh MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Transport, Labour Member of Parliament for Sheffield Heeley.

On British Politics after Brexit: Beyond the two-party system: Professor Anand Menon, Director of UK in a Changing Europe; Carla Denyer, Co-Leader, Green Party; Richard Tice, Leader of Reform UK Party; Layla Moran, Liberal Democrat Spokesman for Foreign Affairs and International Development, Member of Parliament for Oxford West; Kirsty Blackman, SNP Westminster Spokesperson for the Economy, Member of Parliament for Aberdeen North; Professor Sara Hobolt, Sutherland Chair in European Institutions, London School of Economics.

On British Politics after Brexit: The voters: Ayesha Hazarika, Presenter, Times Radio;
Paula Surridge (Paula will be presenting the data findings), Deputy Director, UK in a Changing Europe; Sam Coates, Deputy Political Editor, Sky News; Kelly Beaver, Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI; Professor Geoff Evans, Professor of the Sociology of Politics, Nuffield College University of Oxford.

On British Politics after Brexit: The end?: Huw Edwards, Presenter, BBC News at Ten;
Professor Richard Wyn-Jones, Professor of Welsh Politics, Cardiff University; Ailsa Henderson, Professor of Political Science, University of Edinburgh; Jon Tonge, Professor of Politics, University of Liverpool; Ailbhe Rea, Political Correspondent, New Statesman; Sir John Curtice, Professor of Politics, University of Strathclyde.

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