If the UK chooses not to align with EU regulations post-Brexit, the consequences for inward foreign direct investment to the UK may be significant.
The UK government has pledged to ‘end’ low skill immigration but many sectors in the UK depend on migrant workers; including the construction industry.
Our new research shows that proximity to terrorist attacks increased support for Remain, with individuals believing the UK is more insecure without the EU.
Contradictions have emerged within the Tory party between their ‘Global Britain’ free trade agenda and their pledge to ‘level up’ the country.
Our new blog series examines the policy implications of the 2019 UK general election, examining trade, immigration, environment and labour market policy.
Our research on UK universities global networks refutes the claim that UK scientists will be able to forge wider links in the USA and in China after Brexit.
New research by Matt Wood, Ivanka Antova, Mark Flear and Tamara Hervey explores people’s reactions to the claim that leaving the EU will enable £350 million a week to be spent on the NHS.
The prospect of a no-deal Brexit holds implications for the future of environmental policy in the UK, and it is the poorest who are most likely to suffer.
What happens when no-one will compromise on Brexit? Michael Jacobs explores why the perculiar circumstances of Brexit have provided utter stalemate.
The left-wing critique of neoliberal globalisation has merit, but ultimately it doesn’t stand on the ground where the real battle has to take place.