• Date and time: Wednesday 22 April 2015, 6.30pm
  • Location: Ron Cooke Hub auditorium
  • Admission: is by free ticket only. Please book below.

Event details

Ken Dixon lecture

In the run up to the election, a panel of experts will discuss the future relationship between the UK and Scotland. What would an EU referendum mean for Scotland? How do we deal with Scotland’s lack of accountability on borrowing through the UK? What are the implications for English votes for English laws – why shouldn’t the rest of the UK have a say on local issues? And should there be more political and fiscal devolution to English regions? What kind of a Union could we be looking at in the future? Come along, find out more and ask questions. 

A panel debate with:

  • Professor Kenneth Gibb, University of Glasgow
  • Professor Alan Trench, Devolution Matters
  • Dr Angus Armstrong, National Institute of Economic and Social Research

Chaired by Martin Vander Weyer, The Spectator

Professor Kenneth Gibb, University of Glasgow, Professor Alan Trench, Devolution Matters and Dr Angus Armstrong, National Institute of Economic and Social Research. Chaired by Martin Vander Weyer, The Spectator
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