May 13th, 2017, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Concern about EU migration was the key influence in the UK’s vote to leave the EU. Latest figures show net immigration from EU countries (165K) and non-EU countries (164K) are almost equal. Why did concern about EU migrants dominate thinking? And was this is an expression of something else – the loss of community, perhaps, or the profound difference between the “somewheres” and the “anywheres”, as a new book by David Goodhart would have it? And what will citizenship mean under Brexit? Millions relish their citizenship of the EU but must now relinquish that. Do they have a right to remain citizens of the EU? And what will British citizenship mean in the future?