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Fisheries policy and Brexit: A difficult balancing act

By Chris Huggins, University of Aberdeen   A couple of weeks ago the European Council published its draft negotiation guidelines ...

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19th March 2018
Corn on the cob

GMO cultivation in the UK: Brexit, the devolved administrations and international trade

Dr Ludivine Petetin, School of Law and Politics, Cardiff University  Brexit offers a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ opportunity to renationalise prerogatives previously exercised by the ...

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11th January 2018
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The case for the green line: Brexit, the European Parliament and the ‘three Es’

Prof Charlotte Burns, University of Sheffield (@CharlieBEU) It is all too easy in the UK ‘brexiverse’ to focus entirely upon ...

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8th January 2018
Cow in Donegal (V Gravey)

Having the agri-food cake and eating it ?

This week has seen the publications of two position papers from the UK government, on future customs arrangement and on ...

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17th August 2017
Gove Speech

Green Gove woos environment sector: But what about devolution?

Despite a House of Lords report published last week warning that the impact of Brexit on the UK’s devolution settlements ...

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24th July 2017

Post-Brexit agri-environment and fisheries policy in the UK: A new dawn?  

The EU has had a profound impact upon UK agriculture and fisheries policy. Brexit will lead to considerable change in ...

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3rd July 2017

EU referendum: One year on

UK in a Changing Europe have published a report commissioned by the Political Studies Association on occasion of the one-year anniversary ...

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23rd June 2017

Silver linings: What to expect from environmental chapters in the EU’s Free Trade Agreements?

This blog post summarises Dr Laurens Ankersmit’s (ClientEarth) contributions to the Brexit & Environment roundtable organised by the British Academy ...

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7th February 2017

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

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
Big Ben seen through the ornate metal security gates, Westminster, UK

After the Brexit vote: What next for the UK’s environment?

In a blog post on the Green Alliance blog Andy Jordan, Charlotte Burns and Viviane Gravey, lead authors of the expert ...

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27th June 2016

It’s over and we are out of the EU

In a blog post for IEMA's The Environmentalist Magazine, Charlotte Burns, Viviane Gravey and Andy Jordan discuss the two main ...

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24th June 2016