Archives de Catégorie: Politics

Brexit: the aftermath for universities and students

By Mike Finn The UK’s vote to leave the European Union has been met with shock and apprehension by universities, academics and students across the country. University leaders became increasingly worried about the possibility of a Brexit as the poll

Brexit: the aftermath for universities and students

By Mike Finn The UK’s vote to leave the European Union has been met with shock and apprehension by universities, academics and students across the country. University leaders became increasingly worried about the possibility of a Brexit as the poll

Brexit is not good news for the NHS – here’s why

By Andrew Street The run up to the Brexit referendum saw Leave campaigners such as Boris Johnson claiming that uncontrolled immigration puts “unsustainable pressure on our vital public services” including the NHS. But the evidence suggests that people from abroad

Brexit is not good news for the NHS – here’s why

By Andrew Street The run up to the Brexit referendum saw Leave campaigners such as Boris Johnson claiming that uncontrolled immigration puts “unsustainable pressure on our vital public services” including the NHS. But the evidence suggests that people from abroad

Scotland can’t veto Brexit – but London may be unable to stop indyref2

By Nick McKerrell As the general chaos around Brexit engulfed the UK one more dramatic headline emerged: “Scottish parliament could block Brexit.” Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s first minister, was asked in a BBC interview on Sunday June 26 whether her parliament

Scotland can’t veto Brexit – but London may be unable to stop indyref2

By Nick McKerrell As the general chaos around Brexit engulfed the UK one more dramatic headline emerged: “Scottish parliament could block Brexit.” Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s first minister, was asked in a BBC interview on Sunday June 26 whether her parliament

Q&A: What will happen on June 24 if the UK votes for Brexit?

By Anand Menon There have been a lot of projections from both sides in the EU referendum campaign about what a Britain outside the EU would look like. Many of them are looking at the longer term. But what would

Q&A: What will happen on June 24 if the UK votes for Brexit?

By Anand Menon There have been a lot of projections from both sides in the EU referendum campaign about what a Britain outside the EU would look like. Many of them are looking at the longer term. But what would

Love it or leave it: why the U.K.’s Brexit vote should matter to Americans

By Terrence Guay On June 23, citizens of the United Kingdom will go to the polls to vote on whether their country will remain a member of the European Union. While the outcome will have the greatest impact on residents

Love it or leave it: why the U.K.’s Brexit vote should matter to Americans

By Terrence Guay On June 23, citizens of the United Kingdom will go to the polls to vote on whether their country will remain a member of the European Union. While the outcome will have the greatest impact on residents

What would Brexit mean for British farms?

By Wyn Grant The possibility of Britain leaving the European Union raises all kinds of uncertainties. So when I sat down with a group of fellow academics to think about what it would mean for agriculture, we expected some surprises.

What would Brexit mean for British farms?

By Wyn Grant The possibility of Britain leaving the European Union raises all kinds of uncertainties. So when I sat down with a group of fellow academics to think about what it would mean for agriculture, we expected some surprises.

Is Britain safer in or out of the European Union? This one’s a no brainer

By Christopher J. Fuller Ever since the Islamic State assault on Paris in November 2015, Brexit campaigners have sought to draw a link between Britain’s partnership with Europe, and the vulnerability of its cities to similar attacks. In the days

Is Britain safer in or out of the European Union? This one’s a no brainer

By Christopher J. Fuller Ever since the Islamic State assault on Paris in November 2015, Brexit campaigners have sought to draw a link between Britain’s partnership with Europe, and the vulnerability of its cities to similar attacks. In the days