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EU Law expert Prof Micael Dougan gives his views on the likely future relationship between the EU and the UK and responds to audience questions.
In 2020, the Johnson Government “got Brexit done” only in the most superficial sense: the UK is no longer a member of the EU. But in myriad other ways, the full implications of Brexit are only now beginning to make themselves felt.
Michael Dougan is a professor of European Law at Liverpool University. It is part of his job to know about the EU. In a half hour Zoom talk he gives us his assessment, and it makes for interesting listening. / Politicians and journalists will inform us according to their agenda. Academics guard their reputation and tell us how it really is.
Professor Michael Dougan gives us his verdict on the UK EU Trade and Co-operation Agreement, as usual, using five points.
Hear from Michael Dougan, a Professor of European Law and Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law at the University of Liverpool. Michael speaks about Brexit, the legal and government implications of leaving the EU and what we can do about it. Recorded in July 2020.
After its victory in the December 2019 election, Johnson’s radicalised Conservative Party succeeded in implementing the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union. But leaving the EU was the easy part. Now, a large number of complex and controversial policy choices, international negotiations and domestic challenges have to be addressed.
EU law expert, Professor Michael Dougan dissects Boris Johnson’s proposed deal to take the UK out of the EU if he is successful in the forthcoming General Election.
This was a speech given by Michael Dougan ahead of the Brexit referendum. The lecture won widespread praise for its objective analysis.
Professor Michael Dougan, Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law, University of Liverpool, outlines the challenges faced by the UK and then the options available. He outlines some of the techniques employed by the Leave campaign and gives his prognosis for the state of Britain in years to come.
We asked EU law specialist Professor Michael Dougan, about the frequent claim that remaining in the EU would mean getting involved in an "EU army".
EU law expert, Professor Michael Dougan gives his assessment of the impact of Brexit on migrant rights, following many audience requests.
Leading EU law expert, Professor Michael Dougan wades through the rhetoric of Chequers and "chuck Chequers" to deliver another insightful reading of the UK and EU position as the clock ticks on Brexit.
Michael Dougan is professor of European law at the University of Liverpool and dean of its law school and was talking (and answering questions) about the implications for Britain of the 23 June 2016 vote to leave the European Union. His title was ‘Brexit Means Brexit Means What Exactly?’.
Liverpool Law School‘s Professor Michael Dougan considers the outstanding legal issues surrounding Ireland and Northern Ireland ... “Northern Ireland risks becoming the primary victim of the UK government’s hardline approach to implementing the result of the 2016 referendum.”
EU Law expert Professor Michael Dougan has analysed Theresa May's Brexit speech.
EU Law expert Professor Michael Dougan considers the government's ideas for ensuring continuity and certainty in the legal system during the process of leaving the EU.
Professor Michael Dougan from the EU Law @ Liverpool team explains what the single market is, and why leaving it would leaving will present enormous challenges to the UK economy.
Professor Dougan has repeated his criticism, asserting that the Leave campaign was “one of the most dishonest campaigns this country has ever seen”, potentially resulting in “untold damage to the quality of our national democracy”.
One of the UK’s leading EU law experts criticizes the referendum debate’s 'dishonesty on an industrial scale', as he considers the claims and counter claims from each side.