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Rebordering Britain and Britons after Brexit is an innovative research project exploring the long-term impacts of Brexit on migration between the EU and UK to uncover what this reveals about Britain’s migration story and future.
Brexit clearly isn’t working, and communities across the country are feeling the pressure. Let us know how your local area has been affected. Have you seen shortages on shelves, or queues at petrol pumps, or do you know of a local business that has struggled thanks to supply chain issues?
A network of academic experts analysing how Brexit is affecting the environment. / We are a network of impartial academic experts analysing the implications of Brexit for UK and EU environmental policy and governance.
Breaking news about Brexit damage
Professor of International Management & Political Economy - Loughborough University London
Have you had a problem with your application for settled or pre-settled status under the EU Settlement Scheme? Are you struggling to apply, still waiting for a decision, or perhaps you received the wrong status, or were refused status? / Or, have you already been granted a status but are struggling to view or prove it because you haven't been given a physical proof of status?
A Better Britain in a Better Europe for a Better World
This website is simply a list of actions individuals can take that collectively will help get us on a path for rejoining the EU, and individually will provide a sense of doing something rather than helplessly watching this Brexit disaster unfold.
The Register is there to bear witness to the failure of Brexit and to help dismantle it. By filling in the form below you will add to the evidence of how many of us have seen what Brexit has turned out like, and decided it is no basis for the country’s future.
Our aim is to take the UK back to its rightful place at the very heart of the European Union.
The UK has left the EU, and everything, from the food we eat to the way we trade, is in flux. Rights and protections for workers, the environment and migrants which we took for granted for decades are now uncertain. Jobs are being lost. / Brexit Spotlight exists to shine a light on what is happening in post-Brexit Britain, and point towards a better future.
UK in a Changing Europe’s Brexit Witness Archive brings together the experiences of the people that shaped the Brexit process: the campaigners, the politicians, the civil servants and the officials that were involved in the process of the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union.
In October 2016, David Davis, the then Brexit secretary, told the House of Commons that “there will be no downside to Brexit at all, and considerable upsides”. / On this page we list the ‘considerable upsides’ and also the downsides...
As negotiations between the UK and the EU over aviation safety arrangements continue, there remains a possibility that the UK will leave the European system with no negotiated agreement.
Lord Digby Jones, a leading proponent of leaving the EU, said in July 2016, “There’s not going to be any economic pain. If there are job losses, they will be very few”. Of course, he wasn’t alone. Britain would stroll into the sunlit uplands holding all the cards … but as we approach the final break with our EU partners, we can already see how worthless those assurances were.
he East African Community (EAC) is a regional intergovernmental organisation of six (6) Partner States, comprising Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda, with its headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania.