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 08 JUN 2020
Both sides are stating that little progress has been made in Brexit trade talks
UNIVERSITY NEWS 28 MAY 2020
The Test and Trace system kicks off in England and Scotland today.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 26 MAY 2020
Would Boris Johnson ever sack the man behind his Election success?
UNIVERSITY NEWS 21 MAY 2020
Two leading industry experts have joined forces to discuss the economic implications of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. With the latest statistics showing that the number of people...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 19 MAY 2020
The controversial immigration bill that was voted through the House of Commons this week
UNIVERSITY NEWS 12 MAY 2020
With confusion surrounding the updated measures, the expert discussed how well Boris Johnson and the Conservative Party Government are coming across during this pandemic
UNIVERSITY NEWS 07 MAY 2020
Being an incredibly worrying time for businesses and livelihoods, Professor Alex de Ruyter discussed what he expects to see unfolding in the coming weeks.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 04 MAY 2020
The expert discussed what we could expect Prime Minister Boris Johnson to outline this week for potential lockdown measures being eased
UNIVERSITY NEWS 30 APR 2020
The expert discussed the impact that the lock down measures could be having on poorer pupils and those who live in deprived areas
UNIVERSITY NEWS 27 APR 2020
The EU’s chief negotiator said that there has been disappointing progress with the trade talks.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 24 APR 2020
The current Covid-19 pandemic has shone a cruel light on the fact that millions of people in the UK have lost their jobs and are now being forced to rely on the benefits system.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 23 APR 2020
The region could be one of the worst hit areas in the UK
UNIVERSITY NEWS 22 APR 2020
Is there a risk that many furloughed workers could end up losing their jobs further down the line?
UNIVERSITY NEWS 21 APR 2020
Is now the time, and the opportunity, for the UK to change, for the better?
UNIVERSITY NEWS 17 APR 2020
What is next for the Brexit process, and is the chance of a ‘No Deal’ Brexit even more likely now?
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