The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union has rocked every aspect of the country, with shockwaves reverberating around the world.
Things have seldom seemed less certain. Is this a bold new opportunity for the UK to reassert its position in the world, or could it lead to financial and social catastrophe?
In addition, the small matter of a second referendum on Scottish independence has been raised.
So what happens next for the UK and Scotland? The Courier’s panel of experts will discuss exactly that on Monday, July 11.
I’ll be joined by Professor Sir Pete Downes, principal and vice-chancellor of Dundee University, Matt Qvortrup, professor of applied political science and international relations at Coventry University, and Alex Bell, The Courier’s political columnist, at a special event at the Apex Hotel.
It runs from 12-2.30pm and tickets are £20+VAT. To book, go to www.thecourierbriefings.co.uk.