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What is radical federalism, and what would it look like? This panel event will explore Labour’s approach to devolution, whether radical constitutional reform should be at the heart of its offer at the next general election and how the party could use the levers of UK government to decentralise power.Speakers:Tracy Brabin, Mayor of West Yorkshire, L…
 
Senior research fellow Jill Rutter reflects on the role of permanent secretaries and their staff during a crisis, drawing on her own experiences working for Defra during a crisis.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Jill Rutter speaks to BBC Radio Scotland about the government plans for the Northern Ireland protocol and whether we can see any dividends from Brexit yet.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Jill Rutter speaks to BBC Radio Scotland about the UK government's introduction of a new command paper on the Northern Ireland Protocol."It's not a surprise because David Frost has trailed that the UK was unhappy with the Protocol really for quite a long time and we've known he's been going around every Parliamentary Select Committee that moves say…
 
At this Isolation Insight event, speakers discussed the economics of Brexit and Covid-19, shortly after England ended coronavirus restrictions.Speakers:Ben Chu, economics editor, BBC NewsnightMeredith Crowley, senior fellow, UK in a Changing EuropeGemma Tetlow, chief economist, Institute for GovernmentJonathan Portes, senior fellow, UK in a Changin…
 
David Bailey speaks to BBC Radio 4's Today programme about Vauxhall's plans to begin building electric vans at Ellesmere Port in Cheshire, potential impact on the job market and the sustainability of the project.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Anand Menon speaks to BBC Radio 4's Westminster Hour about the 2021 Batley and Spen by-election results, the 'Brexit effect' and the significance for the national narrative.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Anand Menon speaks to BBC Radio 4's Westminster Hour about his thoughts on the easing of Covid restrictions, the continued wearing of masks, student experience in universities over the past year and more.Our next Isolation Insight event, 'Economics of Covid-19 and Brexit, revisited', is happening Thursday 22 July 2021 at 12pm. Register here: https:…
 
Anand Menon speaks to BBC Radio 4's Westminster Hour about public views on immigration and the post-Brexit influence of immigration on voting behaviours.Read our full report on the EU Settlement Scheme here 👇👇https://ukandeu.ac.uk/research-papers/the-eu-settlement-scheme/โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Michaela Benson discusses the different processes whereby UK citizens living in the EU apply for residency status on BBC Radio 4's The Briefing Room.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Senior research fellow Jill Rutter argues how important it will be for the Home Office to have a long institutional memory of the EUSS scheme in order to avoid another Windrush scandal.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Catherine Barnard, deputy director of the UK in a Changing Europe, explores the assumptions we can make about who might not haven't applied for EU Settled Status by the deadline.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Catherine Barnard, deputy director of the UK in a Changing Europe, considers if it's possible to know how many people won't miss the EUSS deadline on BBC Radio 4's Briefing Room.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Paula Surridge, deputy director of the UK in a Changing Europe, reflects on the tight win for Labour at the Batley and Spen by-election for Times Radio.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Paula Surridge, deputy director of the UK in a Changing Europe, speculates on the outcome of the by-election, commenting how examining the proportion of votes received by the third and fourth parties, will be important for understanding what the results mean when they come.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Senior Fellow Jonathan Portes talks to BBC Radio 4's Today programme about the EU Settlement Scheme, the scale of applications, and the debate around a flexible or extended approach to the EUSS.You can read our full report on EUSS by clicking the link below.https://ukandeu.ac.uk/research-papers/the-eu-settlement-scheme/…
 
Lord David Frost CMG was in conversation with UK in a Changing Europe director Anand Menon for the final event in our EU referendum: 5 years on series. As the Brexit Minister and as the former chief Brexit negotiator Lord Frost is at the heart of the UK-EU negotiations.Speakers:Lord David Frost CMG, Minister of State, Cabinet OfficeChair: Anand Men…
 
On Christmas Eve 2020, the UK and EU signed the Trade and Cooperation Agreement, but the first six months haven't been plain sailing. What does the future hold for the UK-EU relationship? Speakers:Hussein Kassim, Senior Fellow, UK in a Changing EuropeKatya Adler, Europe Editor, BBCGeorgina Wright, Head of the Europe Programme, Institut MontaigneLin…
 
The EU referendum left the UK divided, but five years on where does the public stand on Brexit? At this event the panel discussed brand new public opinion data.Speakers:Kelly Beaver, Managing Director, Ipsos MORI Public AffairsRob Ford, Professor of Political Science, University of ManchesterPaula Surridge, Deputy Director, UK in a Changing EuropeB…
 
Deputy Director Professor Catherine Barnard talks to Times Radio host Matt Chorley about the EU Settlement Scheme, the scale of the digital process, the success behind the programme and what happens to people who miss the deadline.You can read Catherine's full report on EUSS by clicking the link below.https://ukandeu.ac.uk/research-papers/the-eu-se…
 
At this webinar, speakers discussed international climate change and COP26, following on from the G7 summit.Speakers are:Andy Jordan, Professor of Environmental Policy, University of East AngliaBernice Lee, Founding Director of the Hoffmann Centre for Sustainable Resource Economy and Research Director, Futures at Chatham HouseElisabetta Cornago, Re…
 
At the first event in our Spotlight on the G7 mini-series, speakers discussed one of the key priorities for the G7 summit - foreign policy.Speakers:Fiona Hill, Robert Bosch Senior Fellow, The Brookings InstitutionSir Lawrence Freedman, Emeritus Professor of War Studies, King’s College LondonRana Mitter, Professor of the History and Politics of Mode…
 
Professor Anand Menon discusses whether there is an Irish sea border, the issues surrounding the Northern Ireland Protocol and the effects of Brexit on our trade.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Jill Rutter, Senior Research Fellow at the UK in a Changing Europe discusses Dominic Cumming's onslaught of allegations on the lack of preparedness, clarity and leadership from the Prime Minister in handling the Covid-19 pandemic and how Ministers will react to the claims.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Senior Research Fellow, Jill Rutter, discusses the day to day business in Government, Dominic Cummings' claims about the lack of political leadership and the charges oer poor communication against the department of Health.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Jill Rutter, Senior Research Fellow, analyses the claims made by Boris Johnson's special advisor Dominic Cummings during his evidence session in Parliament including his claims on the failure of political leadership and the Health Secretary's short comings in handling the pandemic.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Senior Research Fellow, Jill Rutter shares her thoughts on Dominic Cummings's claims about the government, including his opinion of the civil service, the need for reform and the failure of political leadership over the handling of the pandemic.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Jill Rutter, Senior Research Fellow, at the UK in a Changing Europe, discusses whether the Government need to be worried about farmers. Speaking as a former civil servant in Defra, Jill argues that farmers are very visual, effective lobbyists. She goes on to discuss the plan and issues for a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Australia, the impact it …
 
For the final event in our Spotlight on British politics series, four of our experts answered questions submitted by our virtual audience, on topics including Scottish independence, the electoral success of the Conservatives, the challenges for Labour and much more. Speakers:Paula Surridge, Deputy Director, UK in a Changing EuropeDan Wincott, Direc…
 
With the dust slowly settling on May's election results, what lessons can the political parties learn from them and how far can those lessons be drawn? Is Brexit still playing a role in party support or is Covid-19 having a bigger impact? The panel discussed at our fourth Spotlight on British Politics event.Speakers:Paul Goodman, Editor, Conservati…
 
Can the UK constitution hold? What are the challenges ahead?Our panel discussed, for the third event in our Spotlight on British Politics series. Speakers:Nicola McEwen, Co-Director, Centre on Constitutional Change and Senior Fellow, UK in a Changing EuropeMeg Russell, Director, Constitution Unit and Senior Fellow, UK in a Changing EuropeTony Trave…
 
How have national identities shaped, and will continue to shape, British politics?Speakers:John Denham, Director, Centre for English Identity and Politics and former Labour MP for Southampton ItchenSunder Katwala, Director, British FutureAilsa Henderson, Principal Investigator for the ESRC-funded Scottish Election StudyMike Kenny, Director, Institu…
 
To kick off our Spotlight on British Politics week, speakers discussed the lessons to be learnt from the recent set of elections in May, considering the results in Scotland, the local elections, and the Hartlepool by-election.Panel:Sir John Curtice, Senior Fellow, UK in a Changing Europe and Professor of Politics, University of StrathclydeJames For…
 
Senior Fellow Nicola McEwen on BBC's Westminster Hour discussing SNP's support for policies including adult and residential care in Scotland which is likely to get cross party support in the Scottish Parliament.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Senior Fellow Nicola McEwen looks at the political landscape of Scotland post- election results, the impact of tactical voting, how all the Scottish parties performed and the likelihood of a second independence referendum.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Sir John Curtice, Senior Fellow at the UK in a Changing Europe explains the inevitability of SNP becoming Scotland's largest party at the local elections, how the Scottish Greens are heading for a record performance, and the unlikelihood of the Alba party winning any seats.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Deputy Director Paula Surridge explains why these local elections are important give that they are the first elections since the General Election 2019 and the first election under Keir Starmer's leadership.She goes on to explain what would translate a good night for the Conservatives and what would be a good result for Labour Party to claim a victo…
 
The upcoming Scottish Parliament election could have a critical impact on the future of the Union, with the issue of independence dominating the election campaign, alongside Covid-19 recovery. Currently, polls suggest there will be another pro-independence majority in the parliament.Speakers were:Professor Nicola McEwen, Co-Director, Centre on Cons…
 
Speaking to Mariella Frostrup on Times Radio, Dr Alan Wager, Research Associate explains what the latest data from surveys and focus groups tell us about what voters think about Boris Johnson's government, how this will impact the local elections and whether they care about the drama surrounding the news stories concerning the Tory sleaze row.…
 
Speaking on LBC, Research Associate Dr Alan Wager, explains what news stories grab voter's attentions, whether they care about foreign policy and to what extent voters take interest in the drama behind scandalous stories.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Senior Research Fellow Jill Rutter looks at the latest row from Dominic Cummings and the Conservative Cabinet, how it will impact the Prime Minister's credibility, and whether voters are fed up with the Government.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Deputy Director Paula Surridge explains what the local elections mean, how people vote and why local elections always see a low turnout from the electorate.โดย The UK in a Changing Europe
 
On Thursday 6 May, England will head to the polls to vote in the 2021 set of local elections, taking place against a backdrop of Covid-19 and the impact of Brexit. But why are these elections important?At our recent Isolation Insight event, speakers discussed. Panel is:Professor Jane Green, Director, Nuffield Politics Research Centre and Co-Directo…
 
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