For the latest in Islington In Europe's series of "Beating Brexit..." speaker evenings we are thrilled to be joined by Ian Dunt and Femi Oluwole.
Ian Dunt is editor of politics.co.uk. He specialises in issues around immigration, civil liberties, democracy, free speech and social justice and appears regularly in the media. He is the author of the book, now revised annually, Brexit: What the hell happens now, which breaks through the propaganda, myth and half-truth to bring great clarity to the UK's post-referendum predicament.
Femi Oluwole is a law graduate and co-founder of Our Future Our Choice, a group of young people who believe Brexit is a disaster and should be democratically stopped. He is both tireless and compelling in his journeys around the UK raising the volume of the voice of young people in the debate.
As we gear up for the March for a People's Vote on 23 June, this will be an opportunity to arms yourself with further powerful, evidence-based arguements against Brexit.
Please arrive from 6.30 to get a drink and take your seat, ready for a prompt 7pm start.
The room we use for these events is kindly provided free of charge by the Canonbury Tavern but, unfortunately, it is not wheelchair accessible. Suggestions for alternative venues in the future are welcome.
21 Canonbury Pl
London N1 2NS
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