As the clock ticks down to Britain leaving the EU on March 29, the only thing that is clear is that nothing is clear.
Join us the week we're due to make our exit, on Tuesday, March 26 at the Emmanuel Centre in the heart of Westminster, for our Brexit event hosted by Matt Chorley, The Times Red Box editor.
Update March 22: Nadine Dorries MP will no longer be attending the event. We will be confirming new speaker details soon.
We’ve assembled a packed line-up of reporters and columnists from The Times and Sunday Times who will be joined by key Westminster politicians from both sides of the debate to help make sense of how we got here, where we are going and what it means for you.
Through panel discussions and one on one interviews the evening will try to put Brexit in a historical context, give the latest insight on what is happening in Westminster and Brussels and ask: what happens next?
Chuka Umunna MP, leading member of the Remain campaign who has recently resigned from the Labour Party to form the Independent Group will be in conversation with Quentin Letts, parliamentary sketch writer, The Times.
A leading Brexiteer will be in conversation with Rachel Sylvester, columnist, The Times.
Joining Matt Chorley will be:
- David Aaronovitch, columnist The Times
- Sarah Baxter, deputy editor The Sunday Times
- Philip Collins, columnist The Times
- Daniel Finkelstein, political columnist and associate editor, The Times
- Lucy Fisher, defence correspondent, The Times
- Katie Perrior, PR specialist and ex political adviser to Theresa May and Boris Johnson
- Hugo Rifkind, columnist The Times
- Sathnam Sanghera, columnist and feature writer, The Times
- Henry Zeffman, political correspondent, The Times
- Iain Martin, columnist, The Times
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