Join a panel of experts at the how to: Academy as they discuss possible answers to these questions and more.
Gina Miller is an investment manager who has long been devoted to transparency, accountability and consumer protection
– but she's probably best known to the general public as the claimant who took the UK Government to court over Brexit in 2016, leading to a landmark ruling that Article 50 could not be triggered without Parliamentary consent.
Jeremy O'Grady is editor-in-chief of UK news and arts magazine The Week, and co-founder of London debating forum Intelligence Squared.
Criminologist Roger Graef has made films in Europe on the arts, current affairs and science, including a number of co-productions with European broadcasters. He is particularly known for his coverage inside closed institutions, including the UN and the UK Government.
Stanley Johnson is a writer, journalist, former MEP – and the father of Brexit's very own blond bombshell, Boris. Stanley's 'Brexit thriller', Kompromat, is published in September.
|What||How to Brexit? The best deal for Britain - how to: Academy|
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On 02 May 17, 6:45 PM – 8:00 PM
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