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Has parliament taken back control and if so, are MPs about to shed their traditional party loyalties to prevent a no-deal Brexit?

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. Who blinks first may well determine the future of the UK’s Brexit negotiations with the EU, but with all eyes again on Parliament this week… Read more

PPSRI & CBR Brexit Workshop November 2018

PPSRI & CBR Brexit Workshop 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 On 16 November 2018 the Cambridge Public Policy SRI (Strategic Research Initiative) and… Read more

A critique of treasury estimates of the impact of Brexit

A critique of treasury estimates of the impact of Brexit

by Graham Gudgin Research Associate CBR, University of Cambridge (In association with Ken Coutts and Neil Gibson of the CBR and Neil Gibson and Jordan Buchanan of Ulster University Economic Policy Centre) Post-Brexit options for the UK: combining legal and economic analysis Gudgin tells Boni Sones why he thinks the Treasury over-estimated the short-term economic… Read more

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