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Ian Dunt is a political journalist, broadcaster and keynote speaker. He has made a name for himself as an outspoken critic of Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, and has the accolades to back it up. Ian penned the influential guide, Brexit: What the Hell Happens Now?, which remains a must-read for anyone interested in the subject. He also co-founded the popular Remainiacs podcast with other pro-Remain commentators.
About Ian Dunt
Ian is also an accomplished author, having written How To Be A Liberal: The Story of Freedom and the Fight for its Survival, which tells the story of liberalism from its birth to modern-day resistance against populism. In How Westminster Works . . . and Why It Doesn’t, Ian pulls back the curtain on British politics and exposes aspects of the system that can be understood and challenged by anyone.
As editor of Politics.co.uk, one of the most widely read specialist political websites by MPs and members of the public, Ian is perfectly placed to offer informed commentary and analysis. He writes for several publications, including the Guardian and the Washington Post, and appears on a variety of TV and radio shows, including Any Questions, Newsnight, and Sky’s Newspaper Review. Ian’s experience and expertise make him a fantastic choice for anyone seeking a keynote speaker on politics, business and current events.
Brexit & British Politics
Brexit: What happens now?
An expert overview of what is likely to happen over the next 12 months of Brexit, taking stock of developments in Downing Street, parliament, Brussels and the business world.
On the ropes: Will multinational institutions survive attacks from within?
The WTO and EU are under sustained attack from right and left-wing populism. How is the battle taking place and can they survive the assault
Business & Politics
‘F*** business’: What happened to business’ relation with politics and how can it be repaired?
The business lobby was once courted by both main parties, but now they find themselves despised by Labour and dismissed by the Conservatives. What led to the breakdown and how can it be fixed?
Fake news and the future of politics
Where do we go next: Disturbance in the media and fake news.
Mainstream politicians routinely discredit the media, and fake news is making global events largely unpredictable. How have changes in behaviour and technology influenced this, and where will it go next?
Is there a limit to the global spread of populism?
Populists are defeating established parties and threatening to overturn established institutions. What defines and motivates the populist assault, and which political systems have succeeded in resisting them?
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