A free lecture exploring the case for staying in the EU is taking place on Wednesday 18 June.
David Cameron’s promise for an in/out referendum in 2017 has put our future relationship with Europe under unprecedented scrutiny.
Eurosceptics claim this is an opportunity to free ourselves from bureaucracy and to chart a new course in more dynamic global markets. But could leaving the EU actually put Britain’s future prosperity at risk?
The polls say that a vote tomorrow would have Britain heading for the exit door. So, in the face of familiar headlines, what’s the case for staying in the EU?
The lecture called ‘Wish EU weren’t here?’ starts at 6pm and will take place in the Victoria Gallery and Museum, Brownlow Hill.
Sir Richard Lambert, Chair, Banking Standards Review and former Director-General of the Confederation of British Industry will speak at the event which is being chaired by Dr Roger Phillips, Presenter at BBC Radio Merseyside.
For more information or to book tickets please visit: http://www.liv.ac.uk/heseltine-institute/policy-provocations/eu/