Is Toryism in crisis?
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Assess how far the EU Referendum of 2016 and its ongoing repercussions have exacerbated long standing fractures in the Conservative Party, including between supporters of ‘traditional’ Tory values and more liberal conservatives and whether the party, traditionally regarded as an election winning machine, faces an existential crisis. Explore how the rise in populism across the West has had an ideological impact on conservative and centre-right values and what this means for the future of Conservatism in the UK.
Tim Bale (Professor of Politics, Queen Mary University of London)
Katy Balls (Deputy Political Editor, The Spectator)
Suella Braverman MP (Member of Parliament for Fareham)
Chaired by Professor Agnès Alexandre-Collier (Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté / Maison Française d'Oxford)
Please note that Sam Gyimah MP is no longer taking part in this event. A replacement speaker will be announced soon.
Presented in association with the Political Studies Association as part of the PSA – British Library Lecture series.
|Name:||The PSA Lecture: The Future of Conservatism|
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