Policy Scotland’s Duncan Maclennan reflects on Brexit and British towns, in the light of the publication of the report New Powers, New Deals – Remaking British Towns After Brexit, a Policy Scotland report for the Carnegie Trust.
A new report by the Carnegie Trust shows that the Brexit referendum’s Leave voters were more likely to live in towns that have been neglected by policy makers.
On Monday 10 September at 6pm Sir Martin Donnelly gave a lecture at the University of Glasgow: ‘Britain after Brexit: the political and economic choices ahead’. The lecture was part of the Policy Scotland series of Brexit lectures.
This blog post from Anton Muscatelli reflects on the current Brexit landscape.
Sir Martin Donnelly, former permanent secretary at the UK Department of International Trade, will deliver a lecture at the University of Glasgow on Monday 10 September.
The full text of Sir Ivan Rogers’ lecture on the real post-Brexit options, given at the University of Glasgow on 23 May 2018.
Many months after it was ruled out by the government, membership of the European Economic Area (the ‘Norway option’) is being mooted once again. Jim Gallagher writes that over time continued economic but not political union may become broadly acceptable to British public opinion.
Policy Scotland are delighted to welcome back former UK Ambassador to the European Union, Sir Ivan Rogers for a public lecture on 23 May 2018.
Sir Ivan Rogers delivered a lecture on ‘The history and origins of Brexit’ at the University of Glasgow on 16 October 2017, part of the Policy Scotland Brexit series of lectures. The full text of Sir Ivan’s lecture is reproduced below. The history and origins of Brexit Thanks very much for the invitation. Tempting though…
Former EU Ambassador Lord Kerr gave the 2017 Policy Scotland Annual Lecture – Brexit: Is the Train Crash Avoidable A transcript will follow shortly.