Disunited Kingdom?

Disunited Kingdom?

Saturday 1 September 2018, 1:00pm—2:00pm

Hard Brexit? Soft Brexit? Brexit of champions or Brexit of losers? We hope that Scottish novelist Denise Mina* and former Islamist radical turned anti-extremist Ed Husain can explain to chair, columnist David Slack, and us why more than half of British voters opted to quit the European Union in 2016 and whether it was just a spectacular own goal by David Cameron.



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Hard Brexit? Soft Brexit? Brexit of champions or Brexit of losers? We hope that Scottish novelist Denise Mina* and former Islamist radical turned anti-extremist Ed Husain can explain to chair, columnist David Slack, and us why more than half of British voters opted to quit the European Union in 2016 and whether it was just a spectacular own goal by David Cameron. And what, if anything, does it mean for the long-term project of Scottish independence that the British voted to leave the EU but Scotland prefers to stay?

* Due to unforeseen circumstances Irvine Welsh can no longer attend the WORD Christchurch Festival. We apologise for any inconvenience. Denise Mina replaces Irvine Welsh at this event.

Concert Hall, The Piano
Christchurch, New Zealand

The performance focus of The Piano is the Concert Hall with audience seating for 330 people. The Concert Hall is suitable for a range of art forms including music (both classical and contemporary), dance, ballet and community theatre.

Address: 156 Armagh Street
Christchurch
Canterbury
Phone: 03 3775000
Web: www.thepiano.nz