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TDC Global - Prof. Matthew Goodwin (University of Kent) - Brexit

Brexit: Where are we now, why does it matter?

In this recorded session from TDC GLobal, Professor Matthew Goodwin (University of Kent/Chatham House) considers the current status and direction of the Brexit negotiations, the state of public opinion and the longer-term currents that are reshaping British politics.
Recorded Mar 25 2019 23 mins
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