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Where Might UK-EU Relations Go?

with John Peet, Europe Editor, The Economist

Drawing on his extensive experience as a journalist, editor, and former civil servant, Peet will offer insights into the key challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for both the UK and the EU. He’ll go on to discuss possible scenarios for the future of the relationship, considering factors such as trade, security, and political cooperation. Peet will also highlight the potential impact of global events and internal political developments on this evolving relationship.

This talk is a must-attend for anyone seeking to understand the complexities and potential trajectories of UK-EU relations in the years to come.

John Peet has been an editor and writer at The Economist since 1986, in roles including executive editor, business affairs editor, Brexit editor and a correspondent in Brussels and Washington. Earlier, he was a civil servant at the Treasury and Foreign Office. He is the coauthor of “Unhappy Union: How the Euro Crisis—and Europe—Can Be Fixed” (Profile Books, 2014). In 2012 he won the Gerald Loeb Award for commentary.

When: Wednesday 29th May. Doors open from 7pm, talk begins at 7.30pm.
Where: The Studio, Arundells, Cathedral Close, Salisbury.
Tickets: £20

Additional Details

There is no parking at Arundells, we recommend using city centre car parks.

All tickets are non refundable but you are very welcome to pass them on to friends or family if you are unable to attend.

Events in the Studio are kindly sponsored by Wilsons Solicitors.

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May 29 2024


7:30 pm

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59 Cathedral Close, Salisbury
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