On 9 July the Dahrendorf Forum hosted a round table at the Palace of Westminster to discuss the power of the British Parliament in the context of Brexit—both in the negotiation period and after the UK leaves the EU.
Participants included MPs, peers, academics, think-tankers, and parliamentary clerks from Westminster and the European Parliament. The discussion was held under Chatham House rules. As such, this report briefly summarises the key findings and areas of discussion from the event without attributing comments to any named individual.
Read the summary of our productive discussion here.