What Brexit (and its aftermath) teaches us about Britain
With gratitude to the woman who founded the Brexit party for coming along and asking the world’s longest ever question. Hopefully you are intrigued.
The curse of the public Brexit lecture continues. Within just a few days of speaking on Brexit at The Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place, at University of Liverpool, (May 16th 2019) Michael Heseltine, “the 86-year old Tory ‘Tarzan’ and dog-throttler‘ had his whip removed by the Conservative party. What he was doing with the whip was unclear.
Click play below to listen to the talk, and listen out for Catherine Blaiklock, former geography university student, alumn of Christchurch College Oxford, and founder of the UK Brexit party asking her question. She was allowed to ask and ask and ask. She hadn’t turned up until near the end of the talk – but who needs to listen when they know so much 🙂
Danny Dorling speaking, kindly introduced by Mark Boyle: