News and Events
The Centre for Brexit Studies monthly events are returning!
The events, which will take place online regularly, will bring together a wide range of speakers to discuss Brexit, Covid-19 and more.
More information to be announced soon.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 30 SEP 2020
Professor de Ruyter discussed if having enough parts sourced within the UK and EU is the key to a free trade deal
UNIVERSITY NEWS 24 SEP 2020
‘Global Birmingham – Beyond Brexit’ brought together a wide range of keynote speakers and panel members from a variety of industries and backgrounds.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 22 SEP 2020
Leading political, cultural, business and academic figures from across the UK have warned that the departure from the European Union, combined with fallout from Covid-19, will lead to a...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 17 SEP 2020
The event will bring together a wide range of speakers, industry experts and big names from across the West Midlands and the UK.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 10 SEP 2020
Four of the leading contributors to this year’s event have joined forces to discuss the event, their panel topic and the latest in Brexit news.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 09 SEP 2020
With Sir Jonathan Jones, the government's most senior lawyer, resigning from his role in light of the bill, Dr McCabe discussed how this could impact the future of the Brexit process.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 04 SEP 2020
The event will look at topics such as the Commonwealth Games, HS2, Manufacturing and the future of the region in a post-Brexit landscape.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 02 SEP 2020
The expert's comments come after Downing Street played down the prospect of reaching a trade deal with the EU in time for December.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 27 AUG 2020
With this being the fourth leader in five years, what can we expect next from the Lib Dems and their possible future election chances?
UNIVERSITY NEWS 26 AUG 2020
The experts joined forces to look back on Boris Johnson’s first full year in the job
UNIVERSITY NEWS 20 AUG 2020
Gavin Williamson is facing calls from students and MPs to resign, after he urged universities to show flexibility after A-Level results U-turn threw September's admission process into further...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 19 AUG 2020
The ongoing coronavirus crisis has raised the question of what a successful economic response looks like
UNIVERSITY NEWS 12 AUG 2020
The expert discussed how we could already be effectively ‘out’ of the recession due to easing of restrictions since June
UNIVERSITY NEWS 06 AUG 2020
Recruiters are reporting the sharpest rise in UK job seekers since December 2008
UNIVERSITY NEWS 22 JUL 2020
Last year, the Government announced that the event will cost £778 million and with over 1 million tickets expected to be sold, the region will expect huge numbers of tourism in the area, helping...
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