The "People's March for What?" Edition

The "People's March for What?" Edition

The ITS Café

The ITS Café

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Despite two weeks of significant attempts to reverse course on the Brexit process itself, define the options on the table, and to ratify May’s Brexit Deal — including Prime Minister Theresa May’s offer of resignation if her deal passes — and the People’s March for a second referendum, the future of Britain in Europe still remains uncertain.

Chief Editor and host of The ITS Café Cameron Vaské, Senior Editor Pascal LeTendre-Hanns, and International Scholars Scott Chipolina and Gregor Catto discuss these recent developments, political alignments and realignments within the British Parliament and electorate, and examine what the opportunity cost of the all-encompassing focus on Brexit has been to other political issues that the U.K. has since tabled.

“I genuinely believe that, even if there’s an economic hit for the next ten or 20 years from Brexit, I’m more concerned about the distrust in democracy that comes if you do tell [the British public], ‘We’re going to ignore the vote.’”
— Gregor Catto

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