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What next for Brexit and the UK?

UNIVERSITY NEWS LAST UPDATED : 15 DECEMBER 2020

Two leading industry experts from Birmingham City University have joined forces to discuss the past year in detail, and what we could expect from British politics in 2021.

In the year that our lives were taken over by Covid-19 restrictions, lockdowns and tiers, Boris Johnson’s government faced intense scrutiny thanks to endless U-turns.

Although Brexit managed to stay somewhat low-key since the UK formally left the EU in January 2020, the closer we have approached the end of the transition period, many have started to question our future relationship with the EU once again.

In the latest podcast shared by the Centre for Brexit Studies, Centre Director Professor Alex de Ruyter and Researcher David Hearne discuss the past year and what we could expect from the Brexit process and Boris Johnson next year.

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