It’s fair to say that the UK was always ambivalent about Europe. The primary reason for European Economic Community and European Union membership was the economic benefits, and the sensible centre of Brit… Learn more.
What has the British High Court ruled? A challenge brought by a collection of individuals to the government’s intention to trigger Article 50, setting off Brexit negotiations, has been successful. This means the… Learn more.
The last few months have clearly been trying on the nerves and confidence of many academics working in Britain. The vote for Brexit has reverberated through the ivory towers and off the red-brick walls of British univers… Learn more.
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… Learn more.
< p>So now we know. After the debates have been had and all the votes have been counted, Britain has decided. After a lifetime in which I have felt part of a European project born out of conflict and hopeful of peace an… Learn more.