The Royal Society

"BREXIT: What must be avoided and what must be done, now!" – speech at The Royal Society

Yanis Varoufakis at the Royal Society in London
No venue is better suited for a detoxifying discussion on Brexit than The Royal Society, whose motto (Nullius In Verba – On No One’s Word) ought to be the foundation of all rational debate. I was, thus, moved and deeply honoured by the EEF’s (*) invitation to deliver their annual lecture on Brexit in The Royal Society.
To listen to the talk, which I delivered in the evening on 7th November 2017, click media player below.
 
 
 
 

(*) Britain’s Manufacturers’ Association

 

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