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World Monthly – Future of Europe

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As the UK triggers article 50 this month to formally exit the EU and the Netherlands goes to the polls, Premier’s Lisa Mainwaring asks: “With three – possibly four Eurozone elections taking place this year, what is the future of the EU with Trump on one side and Putin on the other? What does it mean for the UK? And what is the role of Christianity in the future of Europe?’ 

The panel consisted of:

Nick Spencer – Director, Theos Think Tank – working in the area of religion, politics and society.

Phil Anderson – Author of ‘Nation in Transit – a manifest for post-Brexit Britain’, and local politician from South Essex.

Revd Peter Ould – Church of England priest, banking consultant, commentator and broadcaster.

Dr Adrian Pabst – Politics and International Relations lecturer at the University of Kent

Leon Meijer – Politician for a Christian party in the Netherlands.

Written by: Rufus Olaniyan

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