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Trade and Brexit: The long arm of EU regulation

“Business clamours for more EU regulation” [1] In a characteristically straight-to-the-point piece, Philip Stephens contemplates this unexpected headline as he ...

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6th February 2017
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Brexit, the environment and the ‘Three Ds’: Depoliticisation, dismantling and devolution

This blog post summarises Dr Charlotte Burns’ (University of York, lead author EUrefEnv expert review) presentation at a roundtable on ...

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2nd February 2017

Is the Supreme Court decision good for the environment?

The UK Supreme Court ruled on the Government's Article 50 Appeal on 24 January. In a guest blog post for ...

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24th January 2017

Great challenges ahead for the Great Repeal Bill

How will the Great Repeal Bill 'transfer' EU law into UK law? In this blog post, Dr Apolline Roger (Sheffield ...

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16th January 2017

What objectives for Brexit?

The House of Commons Exiting the European Union Committee released its first report today, on the UK's negotiating objectives for ...

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14th January 2017

Fighting zombie legislation: Latest Commons EAC report

The House of Commons Environment Audit Committee just published its new report on the future of the natural environment after ...

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4th January 2017
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Environmental governance after the EU: The need to ensure accountability

Delivering Brexit raises fundamental political, legal and administrative questions, for the environment and beyond. In this blog post, Prof Maria ...

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28th November 2016
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#BrexitResearch: Parliament taps academic expertise

Prof Andy Jordan (University of East Anglia), lead author of the expert review on EU membership and the UK environment ...

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24th November 2016

What does Brexit mean for impact assessment?

Brexit has led to considerable uncertainty over the future practice of EIA and SEA. These are assessment processes applied where ...

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12th August 2016

Zombie-like or servile? The worst-case scenarios for Brexit

In a blog post for IEMA's The Environmentalist Magazine, Andy Jordan, Charlotte Burns and Viviane Gravey argue the environmental sector needs ...

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11th August 2016
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Environmental policy after Brexit: Mind the governance gap

In a blog post for the UK in a Changing Europe initiative, Viviane Gravey, Andy Jordan and Charlie Burns argue the future ...

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10th August 2016

The future under a ‘hard’ and a ‘soft’ Brexit

'Brexit means Brexit’: but what does Brexit mean for the environment? In the new EUrefEnv study, Dr Charlotte Burns (University ...

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5th August 2016