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So good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to UCL. My name is Otis Tiger, and I direct the European Institute here at UCL. It is my great pleasure to be welcoming you here in the UCL Faculty of Laws for tonight's event. Under normal circumstances, one would have assumed that just under two months before Brexit day, there might have been a slight fatigue setting in. But these aren't quite ordinary circumstances, of course, and we have a very extraordinary speaker with us tonight. So I'm not surprised so many of you have turned out to hear him speak. I'm delighted that Sir Ivan Rogers has taken time out of his schedule to talk to us about where Brexit is coming from and where it is likely to take us. I'm also very grateful for UCL's president and provost, Michael Arthur, to be chairing tonight's discussion. Before I hand over to the speaker, just a few housekeeping things if I may. First of all, you will have seen there is Wi-Fi here and a hashtag as well to go with it, so you're welcome to tweet. Otherwise, might I please ask you to remember to put your phones on silent. Otherwise, you will be showing up on the livestream and film. Also, with regards to the fire exit, I've been asked to say that the fire exit door is up the stairs, around the corner, and across the street should that occasion arise. Other than that, just to say, Sir Ivan will be speaking for about an hour, and then we will have half an hour's time for questions. And so, without further ado, over to Michael. Thank you. Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. For those of you who don't know me, I'm Professor Michael Arthur, and I have the great honor...