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Brexit

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News

Brexit: What next? Sovereignty, devolution, and economic policy – an open forum

Brexit: What next? This question was addressed on Wednesday, 12 October in a second open forum co-sponsored by the Leeds Social Sciences Institute, the Leeds University Business School, and the University of Leeds Cities Theme.

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Newspapers’ editorial opinions during the Brexit campaign

Dr Julie Firmstone (Media and Communication) has written about the editorial opinions of newspapers during the recent Brexit referendum campaign.

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Brexit: What next for the economy, business, jobs, and mobility?

Now that the UK has voted to leave the EU, what will happen next? This question was addressed earlier this month in an open forum that was co-sponsored by the Leeds Social Sciences Institute, the Leeds University Business School, and the University of Leeds Cities Theme.

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Events

The Political Economy of BREXIT – infrastructure and investment

Wednesday, 9 November 2016

This workshop is part of the project ‘Britain and Europe: The political economy of ‘Brexit’, funded by the White Rose Consortium.

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So what was that all about?: The UK news media, the EU and Brexit

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

This event brings together members of the School of Media and Communication’s Journalism and Political Communication research groups to provide research-based reflections on the role of the media during the recent EU Referendum.

Read here for further information about the event and to register.

Brexit: What next? Sovereignty, devolution, and economic policy – an open forum

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

The decision by the British electorate to leave the European Union stands as an historic milestone whose implications are not yet clear. This open forum features experts in UK politics and policy (details below) who will make brief statements, then the floor will be opened for questions, answers, and debate. The event is open to the public and attendance is free of charge.

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Brexit: What next? Economy, business, jobs, mobility – an open forum

Tuesday, 26 July 2016

The recent decision by the British electorate to leave the European Union stands as an historic milestone whose implications are not yet clear to residents of the United Kingdom or to those living and working elsewhere.

This open forum features experts in economic, international business, and legal aspects of the UK-EU relationship.

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The EU Brexit debate: Should we stay or should we go?

Thursday, 2 June 2016

JUST West Yorkshire, in partnership with UK Race and Europe Network, is organising a debate ‘Should we stay or should we go?’ to explore the referendum question.

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‘Brexit’: The consequences of Britain staying in or leaving the EU

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

On Thursday, 23 June the UK will vote on the following question: “Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?”. The decision has potentially profound political and economic consequences for both the UK and EU. Yet it is not the first time the UK has voted on EU membership, having held a ballot on the issue more than 40 years ago, in 1975.

The University of Leeds has organised a public evening of discussion, questions and answers.

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