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An EU summit shows unity in the face of Brexit - The Economist

“BRITAIN has had the same foreign policy objective for at least the last 500 years: to create a disunited Europe.” Like many lines delivered by Sir Humphrey, the roguish civil servant in “Yes Minister”, a British television comedy from the 1980s, this ...and more »

Bregrets, we've had a few: now voters say leaving EU is wrong - The Times

More people think Brexit is wrong than right for the first time since the referendum, according to a Times poll which shows the Tory lead ahead of the election has shrunk in the past week. The YouGov poll found that 45 per cent of voters agreed that ...and more »

Stephen Collins: Kenny has delivered on first round of Brexit talks - Irish Times

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Brexit brain drain threatens UK universities, MPs warn - The Guardian

Commons education committee's warning of an exodus of EU staff from UK universities is echoed by senior academics. Sally Weale and Lisa O'Carroll. Tue 25 Apr 2017 01.00 EDT Last modified on Mon 24 Sep 2018 08.19 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share ...and more »

Explaining Britain's vote to leave the EU - The Economist

Brexit: Why Britain Voted to Leave the European Union. By Harold Clarke, Matthew Goodwin and Paul Whiteley.Cambridge University Press; 256 pages; £15.99 and $19.99. THERE are many theories about why Britons voted last June to leave the European ...and more »

Brexit will lead to brain drain, says report - The Indian Express

The House of Commons Education Committee of the UK has released its report on the impact of Brexit on higher education on Tuesday. In the report, the committee has mentioned that the country will witness brain drain due to Brexit along with the slow ...and more »

European Union Leaders, Gathering Without May, Endorse Guidelines on 'Brexit' Talks - New York Times

BRUSSELS — The leaders of the European Union met on Saturday in Brussels without Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain and unanimously endorsed guidelines to negotiate the end of more than four decades of British membership in the bloc. The summit ...and more »

Europe could allow a united Ireland to join EU after Brexit - The Guardian

Leaders expected to discuss statement at weekend summit that if the island reunifies, the north will automatically regain EU membership. Jennifer Rankin in Brussels. Fri 28 Apr 2017 05.04 EDT First published on Thu 27 Apr 2017 18.46 EDT. Share on ...and more »

Theresa May and the art of political forgetting: a special way to use and abuse history - The Conversation UK

The only thing more overtly political than the production of history is the instrumental and often cynical use and abuse of history by politicians. They are forever legitimising their actions by co-opting history to their side. Depending on requirement ...and more »

Promise academics visas or face Brexit 'brain drain', warn MPs - Financial Times

EU academics working at British universities should be given guarantees on their future status in order to avoid a “brain drain” of talent after Brexit, MPs have urged. In a report on the impact of Brexit on higher education, the education select ...and more »