15 June 2016 | 19.30
Manchester, People’s History Museum (M3 3ER)
On Thurs 23 June Britain will hold a historic referendum to decide whether to remain in or leave the European Union. If we vote to leave will the north of England be better or worse off? What will be the impact of Brexit on northern industry, on our public services and on our everyday lives?
One week before the referendum, join a high-profile panel of speakers for a free public debate at the People’s History Museum to discuss the impact of ‘Brexit’ on the North of England. The panel will include:
- Lisa Nandy. MP for Wigan & Shadow Energy and Climate Change Secretary
- Will Hutton. Political economist, commentator and author
- Mike Emmerich. Founding director of Metro Dynamics
- Graham Stringer. MP for Blackley and Broughton
- Katie Fanning. Business Analyst and Voluntary Organiser for Manchester Leave
- Debate Chair: Danni Hewson. Business and Money correspondent for BBC Look North Yorkshire
Listen to our panel discuss these key questions, hear arguments for remaining in the EU and for leaving, and put your questions to the panel. The event is free and demand for places will be high. Register today to secure your place.
The debate is supported by the ESRC’s ‘The UK in a Changing Europe‘ programme.
The event is free and demand for places will be high. Register today to secure your place. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-eu-referendum-brexit-and-the-north-of-england-tickets-25407312957