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Regional resilience and combating Covid-19 and Brexit

UNIVERSITY NEWS LAST UPDATED : 30 JUNE 2020

Two leading industry experts have joined forces to discuss regional resilience, and how towns and cities can come together to combat Covid-19 and a potential no deal Brexit.

What regions have been hit the hardest, both economically and socially, during the Coronavirus crisis? How can villages, towns and cities come together to combat the issues that Covid-19 has brought, as well as a potential no-deal Brexit? And what is next for the areas that need help the most?

In the latest Centre for Brexit Studies podcast, industry experts Centre for Brexit Studies Director Professor Alex de Ruyter and Researcher David Hearne discuss Regional Resilience, what boosts local economies, how tourism can help bring regions back to life, what we can expect post-Covid and if there is a no deal Brexit. 

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