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With Britain now at a post-Brexit crossroads, can the UK government turn Global Britain from a political slogan to an economic policy reality. In their latest paper on post-Brexit Britain, the authors identify five areas of choices for the UK government: trade, regulation, migration, “levelling up” and the UK’s global narrative.

The event took place on Tuesday 23 February at 6.00-7.30pm.

Paper authors:

  • Ed Balls, Professor of Political Economy, King’s College, London and Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School
  • Nyasha Weinberg, Harvard Kennedy School MPP 2017
  • Jessica Redmond, Harvard Kennedy School MPP 2022
  • Sechi Kailasa, Harvard Kennedy School MPA 2022
  • Tommaso Cariati, Stanford-Harvard Kennedy School MBA-MPA 2021

Discussants

  • Lord Jo Johnson, King’s College Professor and former Cabinet Minister
  • Lord Nicholas Macpherson, King’s College Visiting Professor and former Treasury Permanent Secretary
  • Emily Thornberry, MP and Shadow Trade Minister