UK and Europe: what next for Brexit?

News, comment and analysis to keep you informed on the EU negotiations and what leaving the EU will mean for you.


 ESRC FUNDED RESEARCH PROJECTS

EU Families and 'Eurochildren' in Brexiting Britain

EU Families and 'Eurochildren' in Brexiting Britain

Dr Nando Sigona
Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director, IRiS

Economic impacts on the UK, its regions, cities and sectors

Economic impacts on the UK, its regions, cities and sectors

Professor Raquel Ortega-Argiles
Chair of Regional Economic Development

The impact of Brexit on Health Law in the UK and devolved jurisdictions

The impact of Brexit on Health Law in the UK and devolved jurisdictions

Professor Jean McHale
Professor of Health Care Law


 UPCOMING EVENTS

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MEDIA

Will there be life after Brexit? European law in the UK after March 2019

Will there be life after Brexit? European law in the UK after March 2019

Ian Forrester, QC, Judge at the General Court of the European Union presents at the Institute of European Law annual lecture 2018.

Brexit: The Road Ahead

Brexit: The Road Ahead

Six of our leading academics presented  the potential implications of Brexit for Birmingham, Britain and beyond, looking at matters such as family, economy, living and migration.

Professor Jenny Phillimore - UK and Europe: What next?

Professor Jenny Phillimore - UK and Europe: what next for Brexit?

Jenny Phillimore (Director of the Institute for Research into Superdiversity) highlights the implications for migration after the EU referendum and possible next steps for the UK.

Post Brexit Britain in a World of Preferential Trade Agreements

Post Brexit Britain in a World of Preferential Trade Agreements


 LATEST NEWS

Lack of trust in UK government's settled status scheme pushes EU citizens to apply for naturalisation

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Many EU nationals do not trust the UK government's settled status scheme and are being pushed to apply for British citizenship to secure the position of their families, research by the University of Birmingham finds.
Date:
Wednesday 5th June 2019

European elections: voters are being short changed, despite the appearance of choice

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Matt Cole writes for The Conversation.
Date:
Monday 13th May 2019

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