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YouGov supports the Cambridge Forum on Geopolitics in a panel debate on Britain's changing relationship with Europe, with speakers including Professor Clemens Fuest, Sir Andrew Cook and a YouGov presentation from Head of International Projects, Marcus Roberts

The Trump-Brexit Challenge to Globalisation

Location: McCrum Theatre, Bene't Street, CB2 3QN & POLIS, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Rd, CB3 9DT
Event Series: Cambridge

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In the aftermath of Brexit and the US election, YouGov and the POLIS Department team up to analyse the implications in three key areas, including: the new pressures on global trade; populism versus parties in British politics; and the geopolitical implications of Brexit. Supporting research includes a new YouGov study of European populism in 12 countries.

Partner event: President Trump: the First 100 Days

Location: Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge
Event Series: Cambridge

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YouGov supports the Cambridge Forum on Geopolitics in a debate on what the first 100 days of a Trump Presidency might look like, with speakers including Thomas Wright, Professor Andrew Preston and YouGov political chief Joe Twyman

Brexit or Bremain What will happen and what does it mean for Europe?

Location: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Berlin
Event Series: Cambridge

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The UK’s EU Referendum could well turn out to be the most pivotal decision for Britain and the European Union since the introduction of the Euro in 1999. The YouGov-Cambridge Centre holds two panels in which distinguished British and German participants discuss subjects the key factors driving the vote, similarities and differences in opinion across the EU, the future role of the EU and the UK in Europe, the effects on the economy and the future of EU reform.