In this post InformED expert Benjamin Tallis offers an insight into the prospects for Czexit. Believe me, you don’t want to feel like I did on the morning of June 24. And every day since. Brexit means losing my EU citizenship and with it the ease with which I live and work here in the … More The Czexit debate is coming – are you ready?
Why was the referendum campaign so confusing? Over the last few weeks I’ve spoken to lots of people who said they were quite confused about the referendum. Many people (on both sides) have bemoaned the fact that many other people don’t seem to understand what they consider to be the real facts of the matter. … More Brexit and the politics of confusion
In this post, Alex Nunn suggests that the EU referendum result was the product of a New Politics of Inequality and that politicians, academics and the public have an urgent responsibility to respond to it. … More The ‘New Politics of Inequality and the EU Referendum’ via a Facebook squabble
In this post, Charles Lees looks at how the Brexit vote hands negotiating power to Germany. … More Taking back control – but not just yet. The UK’s post-Brexit future is now in Germany’s hands
In this post, Ruth Cain from the University of Kent focuses on the impact of Brexit on some of the poorest and most vulnerable communities in the UK. … More Brexit and benefits: the impact on areas of low income and high unemployment
In this post, Alberto Alemanno, Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law, HEC Paris and Global Professor of Law New York University School of Law, argues that the ‘Norway option’ is not an option for the post-Brexit UK. … More Towards a Post-Brexit Deal: Why the Norway Model is not an option for the UK
In this post, Gabriel Siles-Brugge, Lecturer in Politics at the University of Manchester and Trade Policy Activist, takes a look at the idea of ‘taking control’ in the Brexit debate … More Taking control? The trade policy consequences of Brexit