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EU-UK future constitutional relationship

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Bruegel's Director, Guntram Wolff, was invited to speak at the European Parliament's Committee on Constitutional Affairs on 29 September 2016. The Committee on Constitutional Affairs held an exchange of views on the future constitutional relationship of the United Kingdom with the European Union after the June 23 referendum in the UK. Watch the video recording

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Bruegel's Director, Guntram Wolff, was invited to speak at the European Parliament's Committee on Constitutional Affairs on 29 September 2016.

The Committee on Constitutional Affairs held an exchange of views on the future constitutional relationship of the United Kingdom with the European Union after the June 23 referendum in the UK.

Watch the video recording

Michel Krmek
Michel, a Belgian citizen, joined Bruegel in January 2015 as an online communications officer. Prior to joining Bruegel, he worked for three years as a communications officer in an international non-profit in the ICT sector.

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