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The Facts Facing the UK's Future: A Colloquium at The Queen's College

By Oxford University

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Description

At a time of great uncertainty on the matter of Brexit, The Queen's College Colloquium brings together leading experts from the UK, Europe and the US to provide an informative synthesis of the future facts on possible outcomes to ongoing negotiations. Speakers will consider what could lie ahead for the UK, what solutions should be sought and actions now taken, with a concluding Round Table Discussion and Questions chaired by Ngaire Woods CBE, founding dean of the Blavatnik School of Government and professor of Global Economic Governance at the University of Oxford

Customer Reviews

Was hoping for a lot more, room for improvement.

An exciting premise but not executed in a way that modern podcasting deserves. Sound quality is poor, there is no introduction? Podcast just seems to start in the middle of a conversation? I hope it improves as I think it could be great.

Content was good, sound quality spoiled the round table discussion

Interesting and thought-provoking. Some sections were great, others didn't work as a podcast (10 minutes of someone talking through slides of data that you can't see wasn't great).

Round table was spoiled by the audio. I could barely hear the people talking due to the faciliator's microphone being left on - the conversation got drowned out by the "active listening" and comments about the room.