This event will present newly released findings from the Northern Ireland Life & Times Survey. which monitors political attitudes and identities in Northern Ireland, including those relating to its constitutional status. This event will be a chance to hear from the academics who run the survey, on the day the data has been released. In collaboration with Professor John Curtice, the event will also explore how attitudes in Northern Ireland compare to the rest of the UK after Brexit.Find out more »
In this event, Financial Times columnist Simon Kuper and a panel of distinguished speakers will trace the rarefied and privileged atmosphere of Britain’s oldest university - and the friendships and worldviews it created. They will discuss the dynamics and effects of Britain’s ruling class and its ‘chumocracy’, how Oxford University has produced many of the most powerful Conservative politicians of our time, and how this reality has shaped the nation and helped make Brexit.Find out more »
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