Clapham Society Talk
London-based French journalists, Eric Albert and Etienne Duval, give a talk entitled:
Au revoir to the Union? A European view of post-Brexit London, England and Scotland.
The journalists will share their views on the impact of Brexit on relations between different neighbours. Together they will give us their take on the impact of Brexit on relations between different sets of neighbours: Europeans, Londoners, the English and the Scots.
About the Speakers
Eric Albert and Etienne Duval have both reported extensively on Britain. Eric, who lives in Clapham, is City correspondent for Le Monde.
Etienne, who is half-Scottish, is a former London correspondent for French, Belgian and Swiss TV.
Two Books, Les Anglais and Les Écossais.
In 2014, the two were each asked by a French publisher to write a contemporary profile of Britain from their own perspective. Eric wrote Les Anglais, Etienne Les Écossais.
These two books, pictured above, will be for sale at the meeting
When and Where
Monday 23 January. Our meetings are held at Omnibus.
Omnibus, 1 Clapham Common North Side, SW4 0QW
The bar at Omnibus is open from 7 pm, and meetings will commence at 8 pm.
Our guest will normally speak for about 45 minutes, followed by around 15 minutes for questions and discussion, and the bar will remain open after meetings.
Meetings are free and open to non-members, so please come along and bring a friend!