The death of the single currency? Public debate on the euro’s fate, 7 March in London
- Please note that tickets are no longer available for this event.
The euro: Is it working? Could it ever have worked? Can it still work? It's a topic ripe for debate, which is why we have made it the theme of the latest event in our Leicester Exchanges series of live debates.
Come along to our next Leicester Exchanges debate - in the Lloyd’s Building, London EC3M 7HA on Wednesday 7 March - to hear a range of expert views on the matter and contribute your own.
Our distinguished panel, which will be chaired as ever by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Robert Burgess, includes:
Bill Cash MP, Conservative Eurosceptic
Petros Fassoulas, Chairman, European Movement UK
- Panicos Demetriades, Professor of Financial Economics, University of Leicester
Tickets to the event are free but strictly limited. The debate starts at 6.00pm, preceded by a drink reception from 5.30pm.
You can also discuss the euro’s fate on the Leicester Exchanges website where you will find thought-provoking blog posts by Panicos and other experts.