Brexit Tag Archive

Brexit: are new funds sticking a plaster on a fatal wound?

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Rarely has a government been criticised for promising billions in funding to some of the most deprived local authorities in the country. Theresa May has once again demonstrated...

Top keksit

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I was barely through my third pre-dinner vodka when I heard the news. Theresa May’s deal got voted out again by a margin of 149; perhaps not as big as the literally historic...

The B-word and travel

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Brexit. We don’t really like talking about it but secretly we are all worried about it. As of right now, many of us may be booking flights back home for Easter break or booking...

Brexit Article 50: Part 50

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With less than a month left for the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May addressed the House of Commons, saying that a decisive vote will...

Brexit: Endgame

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Much like the highly anticipated Avengers flick this summer, Brexit finally seems to be reaching its ‘Endgame’, or at least it appears to be. Officially, and legally, the UK...

Northern Irish identity post-Brexit

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Newcastle University is set to lead a research project studying the long-term impact of Brexit on identity in Northern Ireland. Spearheaded by Newcastle University, and in...

No deal means no Erasmus says Universities UK

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A recent report by the Universities UK reveals that under a no deal Brexit, approximately 17,000 UK students would miss the chance to partake in the Erasmus study aboard scheme...

Brexit: a done deal, or no deal?

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As March 29th draws closer, Jack Coles updates us on the Brexit events of the last month....

May’s Brexit chaos: EU can’t always get what EU want

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In light of the past week;'s events, our writers attempt to make sense of the Brexit situation, and assess what can be done...

Brexit, regrexit

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They say that it is always darkest before the dawn. Or in the case of Brexit, wildly unpredictable. Following two years of negotiations, the EU and the UK have finally reached a...