- David Harvey (Newcastle)
- Alan Swinbank (Reading)
A quarter of the food and drinks consumed in the UK have been produced in the EU. Change in regulations and value of the pounds could dramatically alter this flow. Moreover, migrants pick a large fraction of the crops that the UK produces. How secure is the UK food supply to the Brexit?
This event is jointly organised by the Department of Economics, the Department of Politics and International Relations, and the Department of Law.
Admission is free but booking is essential.