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Lecture Nick Clegg on the impact of the Brexit

The negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom on the Brexit are currently taking place. What is being negotiated and what are the key hurdles?

This will be addressed by former Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, The Right Honourable Sir Nick Clegg , during a lecture of Political Science on Tuesday April 24th in The Hague. What will be the impact on the UK and what will the UK look like after Brexit? What are the consequences for the EU-UK relationship?

The lecture is part of the course Political Science and starts with an introduction by professor Steunenberg on the influence of the European Union on Dutch politics. After the lecture there will be a Q&A with Nick Clegg.



Practical information

Date: Tuesday, April 24, 11.15 - 13.00 hrs

Location: Auditorium Wijnhaven - Turfmarkt 99, The Hague

Language: Dutch and English



11.15 hrs

Introductory lecture Political Science by prof. Steunenberg (Dutch)

11.45 hrs

Lecture by Nick Clegg (English)

12.15 hrs

Q&A with Nick Clegg (English)

12.45 hrs

Closing remarks by prof. Steunenberg (Dutch)

It is also possible to only attend the lecture (English, 11.45h).



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More information

This lecture is organised by the Montesquieu Institute , in cooperation with the Europe Lecture Foundation and Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs of Leiden University.