Deal, No Deal? What Course is Best for Britain’s Constitutional and Economic Freedom?

  • By Politeia
  • October 25, 2018
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Deal, No Deal?
What Course is Best for Britain’s Constitutional and Economic Freedom?

Tuesday 20th November, 1pm-2pm

With just 5 months still to go, the central question remains how best can Britain’s constitutional and economic freedoms be secured when it leaves the EU in March 2019.

On  Tuesday 20th November, 1pm-2pm, Politeia will hold a special event to take stock of developments, consider the arrangements best for UK interests and what steps this country should now take.

Speaking will be:

  • The Rt. Hon. David Jones MP, former Minister of State at the Department for Exiting the EU (2016-17).
  • David Collins, Professor of International Economic Law at City, University of London, author, Negotiating Brexit: The Legal Basis for EU and Global Trade.
  • The Rt Hon John Redwood MP, Chairman of Conservative Parliamentary Economic Affairs Committee, author, Brexit Benefits: Prosperity not Austerity– Britain’s New Economy.
  • Dr Sheila Lawlor, Director, Politeia, author, Deal, No Deal? The Battle for Britain’s Democracy.

They will consider such questions as:

  • What should the UK’s ‘Red Lines’ be with regard to its political, economic and constitutional interests?
  • What options on trade would be to the benefit of the UK?
  • What should be the UK’s approach to EU demands concerning the Irish border?
  • What should be the UK’s next steps?

We would be very pleased if you would join us.


The event will take place on 20th November 2018. It will be between 1pm-2pm, with a drinks reception for guests attending from 12.30pm. If you would like to attend, please respond to this e-mail by writing to with your name, position and organisation, and we shall put you on the list. If you would like to bring a guest, please let us have the name and contact details.