Speakers for Schools and TES to host live post-Brexit referendum panel with Robert Peston

Speakers for Schools and TES are hosting a VIP post-referendum discussion panel to be beamed live into your schools to help you and your pupils fully grasp the repercussions of the Brexit referendum – whatever the result

Ed Dorrell

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Taking place on Thursday 30 June – a week after the Brexit referendum – the event will feature a stellar panel hosted by Speakers for Schools founder and ITV political editor Robert Peston. 

The panel, which will answer questions from both social media and a live student audience, will be made up of:

  • Owen Jones, a columnist, author, commentator and political activist from a democratic socialist perspective;
  • Miriam Gonzalez Durantez, international lawyer and campaigner with Inspiring Women;
  • Kwasi Kwarteng, Conservative MP and historian;
  • Dreda Say Mitchell, a novelist, broadcaster, journalist, freelance education consultant and former deputy head.

The event will take place live at 11am on 30 June and will be live-streamed to this page. Tweet your questions to @tes and @speakrs4schools

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Ed Dorrell

Ed Dorrell

Ed Dorrell is deputy editor and head of content at the TES, former features and comment editor and former news editor. 

Find me on Twitter @Ed_Dorrell

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