Alex Taylor on What it Means to Be British

Posted by Speakeasy News > Thursday 06 February 2020 > What's On

What does it mean to be British, French or European? In the light of Brexit, journalist Alex Taylor will discuss this thorny question in a free talk at the British Council on Thursday 5 March.

Taylor is proudly bi-national, bi-cultural and multilingual. A convinced European, he has been reporting on Europe, and Britain, in France for 30 years. His most recent book (in French) is Brexit : L’Autopsie d’une illusion.

He'll be giving one of the regular "Talks in English" hosted by the British Council. It promises to be a fascinating evening.

The following talk is on an equally interesting topic: Advocating prison education. It will be the following Thursday, 12 March, and given by American civil-rights lawyer Michelle Kuo.

Talks in English:
What does it mean to be British, French - and even European in 2020?
To reserve a free place
Thursday 5 March, 7.00 p.m.

Advocating Prison Education
Thursday 12 March, 7.00 p.m.
To reserve a free place

British Council
9 rue de Constantine
75007 Paris

In the News See the related news
> Brexit Day