About the Speech: In his address to the IIEA, Mr Palmer argued that the political realities of Brexit are becoming ever more complex and that the final outcome of the negotiations remains deeply uncertain. He discussed the current state of play in the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union, and its implications for the domestic debate in the United Kingdom. About the Speaker: John Palmer is a former Europe editor of the Guardian and former political director of the European Policy Centre. He is visiting practitioner fellow at Sussex University's European Institute and a member of the governing council of the Federal Trust.
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