What Comes Next?
Caroline Lucas, Diane James, Laurie Penny, Adam Tickell, David Runciman with Polly Toynbee
Following the Brexit vote and the election of Donald Trump, the rise of the right in Europe and the refugee crisis, Western societies are looking more polarised than ever. Is the system capable of tackling the real economic and environmental threats we face? And - what comes next?
Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee chairs a panel of top thinkers and politicians to debate the future of our political system including Caroline Lucas MP, Diane James, formerly UKIP leader and now independent MEP for the South East, the New Statesman columnist and author Laurie Penny, Adam Tickell of Sussex University, and David Runciman, of the University of Cambridge.
Co-produced with Brighton Festival and supported by The Guardian
This event will be BSL interpreted
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Dates & Times
Saturday 13 May, 20177:30 – 10:00