CBR brexit the box set

CBR brexit the box set

by CBR Policy Associate Boni Sones

November 2018

CBR #Brexit the box set

In this special five hour podcast documentary you can hear all the CBR #Brexit podcasts before the UK’s June 2016 Referendum right up until October 2019 when the new Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson prorogued the UK Parliament illegally.

You will hear regularly from Professor Simon Deakin Director of the CBR and David Howarth the Professor of law and public policy University of Cambridge and Co-Chair Cambridge Strategic Research Initiative on Public Policy with Professor Deakin and their associates.

The interviewer was Boni Sones OBE CBR Policy Associate who  produced this CBR #Brexit the Box set special documentary.  

Time codes for each of the podcasts are given below:

00.00 April 2016 Brexit would make the UK less democratic, not more by Professor Simon Deakin, Director, Centre for Business Research

00.20 June 2016 Brexit, labour rights and migration: what’s really at stake by Professor Simon Deakin, Director, Centre for Business Research

00:44 June 2016 What next for Brexit and social policy? by Professor Simon Deakin, Director, Centre for Business Research

00.57 April Post-Brexit Options for the UK: Combining Legal and Economic Analysis

We summarise the key points of our 11 key speakers at our recent Workshop held on 30th March 2017 at Peterhouse College, University of Cambridge.

You can listen to Simon Deakin, Professor of Law at the University of Cambridge and Director of the Centre for Business Research introduce our speakers and then we let them summarise the key points of their presentations in their own words.

We hear from:

1: The Political Context Brendan Simms, The Geopolitics of Brexit, or Britain’s Bill to Europe John Bell and Julian Ghosh: Brexit and Devolution

David Howarth: The UK Constitution and the Great Repeal Act

2: Trade and Economic Law Lorand Bartels: The ‘WTO Option’ Michael Waibel: The UK’s ‘Exit Bill’

3: Economic and Social Policy Graham Gudgin: The UKMOD Economic Forecast of the Effects of Brexit Simon Deakin: A Libertarian Britain Prepares to Leave an Ordoliberal EU

4: Migration and Citizenship Kirsty Hughes, The Right to Remain of EU Nationals

Martin Steinfeld, Free Movement of Persons Catherine Barnard, Migration and Employment Rights

1:38:00 December 2017 For regulatory ‘alignment’, read ‘de facto convergence’, and a symbolic Brexit by Professor Simon Deakin, Director, Centre for Business Research

2:13.56 September 2018 Dr Lorand Bartels, a Reader in International Law at the University of Cambridge, teaches WTO & EU law, tells the Cambridge Public Policy SRI (Strategic Research Initiative) what he thinks the UK’s prospects are of getting proper trade deals with other countries post Brexit. 

2:32.00 November 2018 Britain’s broken economic model and why Brexit isn’t the cure by Professor Simon Deakin, Director, Centre for Business Research

3.05:00 November 2018 Podcast by Boni Sones, CBR Policy Associate, interviewing: Simon Deakin, CBR Director & Professor of Law, University of Cambridge, Catherine Barnard, Profesor of EU Law, University of Cambridge & Alison Young,  the Sir David Williams Professor of Public Law, University of Cambridge

4:02:00 January 2019 Has parliament taken back control and if so, are MPs about to shed their traditional party loyalties to prevent a no-deal Brexit? by Professor Simon Deakin, CBR, University of Cambridge and Professor David Howarth, Co-Chair of Cambridge Public Policy SRI, University of Cambridge in discussion with CBR Policy Associate Boni Sones OBE.

4:55:00 October 2019 Professor David Howarth & why PM Boris Johnson should have already gone

 


Listen to the podcast

In this special five hour podcast documentary you can hear all the CBR #Brexit podcasts before the UK’s June 2016 Referendum right up until October 2019 when the new Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson prorogued the UK Parliament illegally.

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