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Professor David Howarth & why PM Boris Johnson should have already gone

Professor David Howarth & why PM Boris Johnson should have already gone

Professor Howarth is interviewed by CBR Policy Associate Boni Sones OBE, Executive Producer of www.parliamentaryradio.com This interview was recorded on September 12th 2019 before the historic UK Supreme Court judgement that the proroguing of Parliament was “unlawful”. David Howarth, the Professor of law and public policy University of Cambridge and a former Liberal Democrat MP… Read more

The Tyranny of Innovation?

The Tyranny of Innovation?

by Colin Talbot, CBR Research Associate, University of Cambridge  ‘Innovation’ is cool. In the airport bookshop business section it’s probably about equal with ‘leadership’ as the hot topic (with AI coming up fast on the outside). I mean, who can be against innovation, right? It’s brought us smart phones, Twitter, Instagram, Google, Netflix and take-away… Read more

Brexit and the business of government

Brexit and the business of government

by Professor Colin Talbot and Dr Carole Talbot For many years now, academic experts on British government have been arguing that it has been “hollowed out” by various changes – including the pooling of powers and governmental activity through the growth of the European Union. Borrowing a term from medieval English history, one set of… Read more

Post-Brexit options for the UK: combining legal and economic analysis

Post-Brexit options for the UK: combining legal and economic analysis

By Boni Sones, policy associate CBR Brexit will probably not be the economic catastrophe that many have feared, but uncertainty over the UK’s future trading relationship with the EU and legal complexities stemming from the Great Repeal Act will chill business relationships for the foreseeable future , say lawyers and economists meeting in Cambridge the… Read more

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