News and Commentary - EU Referendum

IEL Working Papers: high-profile American academic calls for reversing Brexit

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The Institute of European Law is delighted to republish a seminal piece on "The Roads to Reversing Brexit: Local and Transnational Constitutional Principles" by Professor Robert Howse (New York University).
Date:
Thursday 29th November 2018

Institute of European Law publishes e-book on the legal impact of Brexit on the UK

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The IEL has republished the papers from the 2014 Institute of European Law workshop "Leaving the EU?" as a free PDF ebook
Date:
Friday 24th November 2017

Workshop report: The Impact of Brexit on Equality Law.

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On September 28 2017, Meghan Campbell (Birmingham), Sandra Fredman (Oxford) and Alison Young (Oxford) hosted a workshop The Impact of Brexit on Equality Law.
Date:
Thursday 26th October 2017

Call for Papers - Re-imagining EU Law: Brexit and the Law School

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Birmingham is hosting a workshop for academic and professional colleagues to reimagine the teaching of EU Law.
Date:
Thursday 19th October 2017

UK Health Law Outside the EU: Immediate, Intermediate and Long Term Impacts

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Birmingham's Professor Jean McHale has been awarded ESRC funding under the UK in a Changing Europe Initiative for an 18 month project examining the impact of Brexit on health law
Date:
Tuesday 11th July 2017

Deal or no deal: Why Brexit makes learning German more important than ever

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Dr Nicholas Martin talks about the importance of learning German for a post-Brexit UK in the latest Birmingham Perspective.
Date:
Thursday 6th July 2017

Britons could lose health cover in Europe after Brexit

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Professor Jean McHale quoted in The Guardian.
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Friday 28th April 2017

Brexit and health and social care

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Professor Jean McHale quoted in House of Commons Health Select Committee report.
Date:
Friday 28th April 2017

European Union Law: A Very Short Introduction

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Anthony Arnull's plain-English guide published by OUP on 25 May 2017.
Date:
Friday 28th April 2017

How has Brexit affected exchange rates?

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Professor of Macroeconomics John Fender examines Brexit's role in the decline of the pound and where it will likely go from here.
Date:
Tuesday 4th April 2017

Triggering Article 50: the task that lies ahead

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On March 29, the Prime Minister will trigger Article 50, starting the official Brexit process. As a result, unless all parties agree to an extension, the UK will officially leave the European Union on 29 March 2019
Date:
Thursday 23rd March 2017

The impact of Brexit on patient mobility

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Professor Jean McHale gave evidence at the House of Commons Health Select Committee.
Date:
Tuesday 28th February 2017

Of the State of the (European) Union and of Trade Deals

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Report on the Institute of European Law Annual Lecture 2017, which was delivered by Eleanor Sharpston QC, Advocate General at the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Date:
Tuesday 21st February 2017

Trading Together Declaration

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Birmingham academic Luca Rubini is among the signatories of the declaration TRADING TOGETHER - For Strong and Democratically Legitimized EU International Agreements.
Date:
Friday 27th January 2017

Law School Gathers to Discuss Miller and Brexit

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Following the Divisional Court decision in the case of Miller (finding that Parliament must authorise the triggering of Article 50), almost 100 students, staff members, and members of the public gathered at Birmingham Law School to discuss the case and its implications.
Date:
Friday 9th December 2016

Brexpats: How will Brexit Impact Older British Citizens in Spain?

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Written by Dr Kelly Hall. Yesterday's High Court ruling over Brexit has led to further uncertainty around when and if the UK can start the process of leaving the EU. While much has been said about the effects of this uncertainty on European immigrants living in the UK, little consideration has been given to its impact on more than a million British citizens living in other EU countries.
Date:
Wednesday 9th November 2016

EU Referendum debated in POLSIS Special Seminar

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This year's POLSIS Seminar series kicked off with a distinguished panel discussing the 23 June referendum on EU membership and its consequences for the United Kingdom and the European Union.
Date:
Wednesday 12th October 2016

'Once Bitten Twice Shy' say Lib Dems on possibility of Future Coalition

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An academic study published at the University of Birmingham today finds strong support among Liberal Democrat MPs and activists for their role in the Coalition Government. However, being in office for the first time was a 'bitter-sweet' experience and the party is divided about whether to repeat the experience, after paying a high political price at the 2015 General Election.
Date:
Monday 19th September 2016

Podcast: Is the UK more secure inside or outside the European Union?

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The Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security at the University of Birmingham hosted an event on 02 June 2016 to discuss how the results of the referendum vote on 23 June 2016 could impact on UK and international security.
Date:
Wednesday 31st August 2016

How reliant is Britain on EU migrant workers?

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Catherine Harris in the Conversation: EU workers in the UK are highly employed and concentrated in a few key areas of the economy – posing problems if they are no longer welcome post-Brexit.
Date:
Tuesday 9th August 2016
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