The Impact of Brexit on UK Politics

IIEA18th September 20191min
Adam Boulton considers both the current and long-term implications of Brexit for UK politics in light of the national divisions emerging through the withdrawal process.



The UK’s ongoing withdrawal from the European Union has engendered deep divisions within and between the political parties of the UK, and raised questions over the constitutional future of the United Kingdom. In his address to the IIEA, Adam Boulton discusses the impact of Brexit on the politics of the UK, and offers a perspective on how this might evolve in the years to come.

About the Speaker:

Adam Boulton has been Editor-at-large of Sky News since 2014. Prior to this, Mr Boulton served as political editor for Sky since his appointment at the launch of the channel in 1989. Mr Boulton was elected Chairman of the Parliamentary Lobby in 2007. He is the author of two books on UK politics and is a regular political columnist for a number of UK publications including The Times, The Guardian, The Spectator, The New Statesman, and The Independent.