Join us at the IEA for this controversial panel discussion

The future of the EU looks extremely uncertain. On the one hand, there is pressure for fiscal integration as a result of the debt crisis; on the other hand, both the eurozone and the EU itself could collapse. An alternative scenario is that we muddle through but change the EU treaties to make the EU politically and economically sustainable in the long term. What should Britain do? Is there a better road ahead for the EU? Will we have ever-closer union or a wider-but-shallower EU? Is the EU at the end of the road?

Join us to discuss these important questions on Thursday 24 November from 6.30pm – 8pm, followed by a drinks reception.

Panellists include:

  • Mark Littlewood, Director General, IEA (chair)

  • Prof Philip Booth, Editorial & Programme Director, IEA

  • William Cash, Conservative MP for Stone

  • Ed Conway, Economics Editor, Sky News

  • Dominic Raab, Conservative MP for Esher and Walton

  • John Stevens, Former MEP


  • 24/11/2011