Explainers

In-depth explanations of key Brexit issues

Professor Jonathan Portes
Recent EU migration to the UK: can we trust government numbers?

The Prime Minister’s claim that “around 40 percent of all recent European Economic Area migrants are supported…

Professor Tim Bale
Who’s going to win Britain’s Brexit referendum?

Prediction may be a mug’s game but it’s still great fun. And, when it comes to Britain’s…

Dr Robert Saunders
What can we learn from the 1975 campaign?

When David Cameron unveiled his renegotiation strategy, it was hard not to think of the last prime…

Various
Does the UK win or lose in the Council of Ministers?

This is the second in a series of pieces on the issue of whether the UK is…

Rachel Ormston
Do we feel European and does it matter?

This briefing from NatCen's Head of Social Attitudes Rachel Ormston looks at the importance of identity for the…

Professor Iain Begg
Evolution of EU economic governance – issue 1

The two main developments over the summer of 2015 were the publication, towards the end of June,…

Professor Simon Hix
Is the UK Marginalised in the EU?

One key issue in the debate about whether the UK should remain in the European Union is…

Luisa Porritt
Britain and Europe: The Political and Economic Repercussions of the Crisis

On 23 June 2015, experts from across Europe assembled at the British Academy in London for a…

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