Explainers

Professor Jonathan Portes
Factsheet: immigration

What is the current situation? The UK currently treats citizens of the European Economic Area (EEA) (plus…

Professor Jonathan Portes 19 September 2017
Professor Nicola McEwen
Factsheet: Scotland and Wales

Background UK ministers have promised that the EU (Withdrawal) Bill will lead to a ‘powers bonanza’ for…

Professor Nicola McEwen 19 September 2017
Professor Catherine Barnard
Factsheet: the EU Withdrawal Bill

Background It was always going to be the case that when the UK voted to leave the…

Professor Catherine Barnard 19 September 2017
Dr Swati Dhingra
Trade deals with third countries

What is the current situation? The EU is a customs union: EU members have a common trade…

Dr Swati Dhingra 19 September 2017
Dr Ludovic Highman
Brexit and the issues facing UK higher education

UK higher education is about to experience a period of turbulence, as the consequences of the UK…

Dr Ludovic Highman 27 July 2017
Dr John Paul Salter
Passporting and equivalence: Brexit’s impact on the City of London

We can think of the City’s activities in terms of three broad areas: the provision of banking,…

Dr John Paul Salter 18 April 2017
Dr Camilla Macdonald
The Article 50 negotiations

On 29 March Theresa May informed the European Council of the UK's intention to leave the EU.…

Dr Camilla Macdonald 29 March 2017 ,
Various
A view of “Global Britain” from East Asia: detailed explanation

On 17 January the British Prime Minister set out her vision for the UK outside the EU. …

Various 9 February 2017

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