As many of us start reading through the detail in these papers we can start to lift the lid on what the government envisages are the biggest challenges presented by a no-deal scenario
Director of Birmingham City University's Centre for Brexit Studies. A wealth of research experience and academic engagement in the area of regional economic development and labour market issues. Over 50 academic outputs published in leading national and international economic journals and has been the recipient of research funding, including being an investigator in the ESRC funded study on the effects on subsequent employment experience of workers from MG Rover (with David Bailey) after plant closure in 2005.
f we are ever to truly move the debate beyond the default position of simply defending our allegiances we must engage in a discussion with those with differing views
29/03/2018 10:10 BST
So for an agreement to be reached between the two parties something will have to give. Introduce a hard border and risk aggravating troubles in Northern Ireland or relax an approach to free movement which May has to date presented as 'the will of the people'.
18/06/2017 23:25 BST
We've heard many times that 'Brexit means Brexit' but with negotiations with the EU scheduled to start just 11 days after the vote, in the next two weeks we should all be clearer on what Brexit really means.
07/06/2017 16:52 BST