Explainers Public policy

Brexit and public policy

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…

Various
A two minute guide on the campaigns

Introduction What are the main groups on each side of the debate? And who are the key…

Various
A three minute guide on immigration

Introduction Immigration has been one of the issues at the heart of the EU referendum debate. This…

Various
A three minute guide on terrorism, borders and crime

Introduction When Prime Minister David Cameron announced the date of the referendum in February, he argued Britain…

Various
A one minute guide: what is the referendum?

What is a referendum? A referendum is a popular vote held to decide a single political issue.…

Professor Catherine Barnard
Could free movement of persons be confined to free movement of workers in any Brexit deal?

Could free movement of persons be confined to free movement of workers in any Brexit deal? Read…

Dr Costantino Grasso
Europol: its origins, functions, and future development

What is Europol? The European Police Office (Europol) is one of the most ambitious European projects in…

Professor Catherine Barnard
The customs union

What is it? A customs union is an area in which there are: (1) no tariffs (charges)…

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