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Ackerman, Graham (2016) #BetterThanThat campaign aims to stop hate crime from increasing in Britain. LSE Brexit (02 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Ahlfeldt, Gabriel M. (2016) Every generation votes in their own interest. But in an ageing world, that’s a problem. LSE Brexit (22 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Almunia, Joaquín (2016) The UK needs the EU – but the EU needs the UK, too. LSE Brexit (19 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Angelo, Paul (2017) In a Trumpian world, the UK and the EU need to agree on greater commitments to collective security. LSE Brexit (20 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Aqui, Lindsay (2016) ‘A majority attained by fraud’? The Government Information Unit and the 1975 referendum. LSE Brexit (04 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Armstrong, Kenneth (2016) On your marks, get set LEAVE! The technical challenge of the Great Repeal Bill. LSE Brexit (07 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

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Bale, Tim (2016) ‘Banging on about Europe’: how the Eurosceptics got their referendum. LSE Brexit (23 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Bale, Tim, Vasilopoulou, Sofia, Cowley, Philip and Menon, Anand (2016) Speaking for Britain? MPs broadly reflect the views of their supporters on Europe – but one side should worry a little more than the other. LSE Brexit (12 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Bannerman, Gordon (2017) Is Liam Fox’s ‘free-trading nation’ of the past a model for post-Brexit Britain? LSE Brexit (30 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Barnard, Catherine, Ludlow, Amy and Fraser Butlin, Sarah (2016) What minimum wage? Why enforcement of EU migrants’ employment rights matters. LSE Brexit (11 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Barr, Nicholas (2017) Don’t hobble post-Brexit Britain by throwing away Single Market membership. LSE Brexit (29 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Barr, Nicholas (2016) EU membership is not the only way to foster labour mobility. But it is the best. LSE Brexit (01 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Barr, Nicholas (2016) Letter to friends (2): why Britain voted to leave, and what to do about it. LSE Brexit (22 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Barr, Nicholas (2016) Letter to friends: this is why I will vote Remain in the referendum. LSE Brexit (27 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Bateman, Victoria (2016) Brexiteers on the left are following a Yellow Brick Road, destined for disappointment. LSE Brexit (04 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Bateman, Victoria (2016) Patriotism: last refuge of a scoundrel, or foundation of a healthy trading state? LSE Brexit (19 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Bauchowicz, Stefan and Hänska-Ahy, Maximillian (2016) How Leave won Twitter: an analysis of 7.5m Brexit-related tweets. LSE Brexit (19 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Baxendale, Helen and Wellings, Ben (2016) Anglosphere cooperation given a surprise boost after the Brexit vote. LSE Brexit (26 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Beck, Gunnar (2016) Germany and the EU can’t afford to drive a hard bargain over Brexit. LSE Brexit (19 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2016) Beware the ‘false consciousness’ theory: newspapers won’t decide this referendum. LSE Brexit (11 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2016) Don’t blame ‘the media’ for the state of the referendum campaign. LSE Brexit (23 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2016) Despite strong GDP data, it is difficult to ascertain what effect Brexit will really have on the economy. LSE Brexit (28 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2016) Lies, damned lies and yet more misleading statistics on Europe. LSE Brexit (10 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2015) No movement in Brussels: Cameron needs to come up with another way to cut EU migration. LSE Brexit (18 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2015) ‘OK, David’ – No 10 will be quietly satisfied with Tusk’s initial response to Cameron’s renegotiation demands. LSE Brexit (07 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2015) What might Brexit look like? No one really knows. LSE Brexit (04 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Belling, Daniel (2016) ‘The alternatives are worse’ – the message that unites EU referendum campaigners. LSE Brexit (09 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Benedetto, Giacomo (2015) The CAP fits: why farmers want to stay in the EU. LSE Brexit (02 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard (2015) Catch them while they’re registered: the case for voting at 16. LSE Brexit (23 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard (2016) Heavy duty: what are the shortcomings of the BBC’s reporting of the EU? LSE Brexit (26 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Bickerton, Christopher (2016) What happens after Brexit is up to us. Why not open our borders to non-EU workers? LSE Brexit (25 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Bidé, Jasmina (2016) The EU referendum debate is targeting Central-Eastern European migrants. LSE Brexit (05 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Bjork, Jim (2016) Don’t be deceived: referenda seldom tell us much about national identity. LSE Brexit (02 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Black, Julia, Woll, Cornelia, Hobolt, Sara, Wratil, Christopher, Moloney, Niamh, Schuster, Edmund-Philipp, Hübner, Danuta, Fankhauser, Samuel, Carvalho, Maria, Iammarino, Simona, Ascani, Andrea, Begg, Iain, de Grauwe, Paul, Travers, Tony and Jackson-Preece, Jennifer (2017) LSE’s experts explain what awaits Britain and Europe ahead of Brexit. LSE Brexit (23 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Bongardt, Annette and Torres, Francisco (2016) For the EU to work, outlying member states should opt for associative membership. LSE Brexit (15 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Brett, Will (2016) The people have spoken. Or have they? Doing referendums differently after the EU vote. LSE Brexit (01 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Brexit, LSE (2016) The EU deal: expert commentary. LSE Brexit (19 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Brexit, LSE (2016) Referendum Night with the LSE. LSE Brexit (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Brexit, LSE (2016) The UK renegotiation deal: what’s the verdict? LSE Brexit (02 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Brexit, LSE (2016) What now? Our guide to Britain’s future outside the EU. LSE Brexit (24 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Bronk, Richard (2016) Let young people move: why any post-Brexit migration deal must safeguard youth mobility. LSE Brexit (19 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Bronk, Richard (2016) Letter to MPs from a Remain voter: a plea for realism, tolerance and honesty. LSE Brexit (29 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Bueltmann, Tanja (2017) Abused in the street, invited to a Brexit BBQ: the limbo of being German in the UK. LSE Brexit (07 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Busch, Berthold, Diermeier, Matthias, Goecke, Henry and Hüther, Michael (2017) Not punishment or revenge, but stone-cold sober calculations: the EU will drive a hard bargain. LSE Brexit (29 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Butcher, Jim (2017) Talk of a nonexistent ‘tide of hate’ against EU migrants does nothing to help their cause. LSE Brexit (17 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Button, Beth (2016) Wake up, students – the freedoms you take for granted are under threat. LSE Brexit (07 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

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Cameron, David (2015) “Dear Donald…” The text of David Cameron’s letter to Donald Tusk. LSE Brexit (10 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Carmel, Emma (2017) Division, austerity, the gig economy: migration isn’t our biggest labour market problem. LSE Brexit (13 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Carvalho, Maria and Fankhauser, Samuel (2017) With or without you? Why the European Union’s climate targets will be harder to meet post-Brexit. LSE Brexit (16 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Centre for Economic Performance, LSE (2016) What are the UK’s options outside the European Union? LSE Brexit (15 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Charle, Christophe (2017) Is history repeating itself? Nationalism in Europe and the breakdown of the old order. LSE Brexit (03 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Charmley, John (2016) Trade is not – and never has been – the reason for the European Union’s existence. LSE Brexit (08 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Codogno, Lorenzo (2016) Brexit poses serious political ramifications for the rest of the EU. LSE Brexit (05 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Codogno, Lorenzo (2016) The long-term economic implications of a Brexit might not be as negative as many studies suggest. LSE Brexit (16 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Coleman, Stephen, Anstead, Nick, Blumler, Jay G, Moss, Giles and Homer, Matt (2016) “What is a referendum?” How we might open up pre-vote TV debates to genuine public scrutiny. LSE Brexit (15 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Corbett, Anne (2016) Brexit was a huge shock for universities. Now we must regroup and deepen our European links. LSE Brexit (01 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Corbett, Anne (2016) But we can’t do it alone: the future of British universities post-Brexit. LSE Brexit (21 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Corbett, Anne (2015) Commission hearing: just how much do British universities need the EU? LSE Brexit blog (22 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Corbett, Anne and Gordon, Claire E (2017) The university challenge: what would an Intelligent Brexit look like? LSE Brexit (02 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2016) City of London beware: the perils of leaving the single market. LSE Brexit (01 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2015) Reforming UK labour regulation – in or out of the EU – would be hard work. LSE Brexit (21 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Crescenzi, Riccardo and Giua, Mara (2016) UK’s less developed regions stand to suffer most when top-down EU funding is gone. LSE Brexit (11 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Crowe, Brian (2016) Diplomacy post-Brexit: the UK sidelined and Nato damaged. LSE Brexit (07 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

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Daddow, Oliver (2016) Project Fear is the legacy of decades of Euroscepticism. Dare Cameron make a positive case for the EU? LSE Brexit (09 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Daddow, Oliver and Oliver, Tim (2016) A not so awkward partner: the UK has been a champion of many causes in the EU. LSE Brexit (15 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Davies, Philip HJ (2016) UK security will both gain and suffer from Brexit. The EU will only lose. LSE Brexit (07 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Den Haan, Wouter J., Ellison, Martin, Ilzetzki, Ethan, McMahon, Michael and Reis, Ricardo (2016) A vote to leave will increase financial market volatility. LSE Brexit (02 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Dennison, James (2015) The EU referendum in Northern Ireland: good Europeans or sectarian politics as usual? LSE Brexit (12 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Dennison, James (2016) A long time coming: Brexit and what happens next. LSE Brexit (27 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Dhingra, Swati, Ottaviano, Gianmarco I. P., Sampson, Thomas and Van Reenen, John (2016) Did the Treasury get it right? Putting a figure on the cost of a Brexit. LSE Brexit (22 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Dhingra, Swati, Van Reenen, John, Sampson, Thomas and Ottaviano, Gianmarco I. P. (2016) The cost of Brexit to trade? At least £850 per household, per year. LSE Brexit (19 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Di Massa, Elettra, Von Oosterhout, Sjoukje, Jokinen, Olli and Stratton, Hugo (2017) LSE students write: young people deserve a say on the Brexit negotiations. LSE Brexit (06 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Dijkstra, Hylke (2016) How can we avoid Britain being cut out of the EU’s foreign policy negotiations? LSE Brexit (20 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Dimitrakopoulos, Dionyssis G. (2016) A vote to Leave is a vote to cut migration, no matter what liberal Brexiteers would like to think. LSE Brexit (02 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Djankov, Simeon (2016) Is red tape a reason to quit the EU? Hardly. LSE Brexit (08 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Djankov, Simeon (2017) The biggest threat to the City of London is now uncertainty. LSE Brexit (20 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Dobrescu, Madalina (2016) Brexit is likely to hinder Britain’s national security strategy. LSE Brexit (21 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Donnelly, Brendan (2016) Ever Closer Union — neither a goal nor an aspiration, but a process. LSE Brexit (04 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Donnelly, Brendan (2016) Troubles redux: Brexit would put the Good Friday Agreement in jeopardy. LSE Brexit (28 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Downing, Joseph (2016) The role of freedom of movement in facilitating terrorism is far more complex than it may seem. LSE Brexit blog (24 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Drake, Helen (2015) Cut off: what leaving the EU would mean for university culture. LSE Brexit (09 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Drake, Helen (2017) May’s ‘Global Britain’: the decline and fall of European Studies. LSE Brexit (23 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2016) Brexit shows (again) why we must overhaul the way the Commons is elected. LSE Brexit (26 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2015) The remaking of a Euro Brit? Unless many more UK voters express positive support for things European, a ‘spiral of silence’ could yet undermine the campaign to stay in. LSE Brexit (03 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Dupré, Catherine (2016) Laws born out of trauma: in defence of the EU’s conception of human rights. LSE Brexit (19 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Dussaux, Damien and Carvalho, Maria (2017) UK needs free trade with the EU in low-carbon technologies. LSE Brexit (09 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

de Grauwe, Paul (2016) After Brexit, the EU must break with neo-liberalism and address the discontents of globalisation. LSE Brexit (17 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

de Witte, Floris (2016) Freedom of movement is not simply an economic good, but a bulwark against oppression. LSE Brexit (03 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

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Economides, Spyros and Himmrich, Julia (2016) What price autonomy? Brexit’s effect on Britain’s soft power, trade deals and European security. LSE Brexit (23 May 2016) Blog Entry.

El-Agraa, Ali M (2016) Alan Sked’s case for Brexit: a six-point rebuttal. LSE Brexit (03 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Etherington, Stuart (2017) Charities must have a voice in Brexit – for the sake of the disaffected people they help. LSE Brexit (28 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Evans, Daniel (2015) No more ‘Welsh effect’? Why the EU may be becoming a scapegoat in Wales. LSE Brexit (17 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Evans, Daniel (2016) Wales, already impoverished, is set to get even poorer. LSE Brexit (02 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

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Favell, Adrian (2016) Compared to its neighbours, open migration to Britain has been a success story. LSE Brexit (08 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Featherstone, Kevin (2016) It’s all Greek to me: on the parallels with the UK referendum campaign. LSE Brexit (08 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Featherstone, Kevin (2016) Waking up to a nightmare? A UK exit from the EU would be a ‘lose-lose’ for both sides. LSE Brexit (04 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Foster, Russell G. (2016) ‘I want my country back’: the resurgence of English nationalism. LSE Brexit (06 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Frantescu, Doru (2015) Since you’ve been gone: five ways EU policy is likely to change if Britain leaves. LSE Brexit (28 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Fóti, Klára (2016) EU migrants and benefits: how does the UK compare to other member states? LSE Brexit (05 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

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Galpin, Charlotte (2016) Boris Johnson is damaging Germany’s goodwill towards the UK. LSE Brexit (13 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Galpin, Charlotte (2016) Project Fear: how the negativity of the referendum campaign undermines democracy. LSE Brexit (13 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Galsworthy, Michael J. and Davidson, Rob (2016) Brexit is damaging UK science already. Here is a plan to fix it. LSE Brexit (29 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Galsworthy, Michael J. and Davidson, Rob (2015) Debunking the myths about British science after an EU exit. LSE Brexit (05 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Garapich, Michał P. (2016) Brexit will lead to more, not less immigration. LSE Brexit (28 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Gard-Murray, Alexander (2016) Labour must back freedom of movement – because the public want to stay in the single market. LSE Brexit (20 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Gearty, Conor (2016) Potential removal of EU nationals from the UK is not incompatible with the Human Rights Act. LSE Brexit (07 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Ghose, Katie (2016) Electoral Reform Society: other referendums can teach us a lot about the EU vote. LSE Brexit (05 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Giannoulopoulos, Dimitrios, Nice, Geoffrey, Chigara, Ben, Petley, Julian, de la Rasilla, Ignacio and Sarmiento-Mirwaldt, Katja (2016) The Article 50 ruling means Parliament must not merely rubber-stamp Brexit with a three-line bill. LSE Brexit (17 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Gillespie, Paul (2016) A British departure would have major consequences for Ireland, both North and South. LSE Brexit (14 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Gillespie, Paul (2016) A contested Brexit would be disruptive for Ireland, both North and South. LSE Brexit (05 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Gleeson, Simon (2016) EMU: how it works (and which parts don’t apply to us). LSE Brexit (18 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Glendinning, Simon and Dunin-Wąsowicz, Roch (2016) Ever closer to different destinations: how the renegotiation changed the EU’s aims. LSE Brexit (12 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2016) Could Remain enjoy a late surge in support? The indications suggest not. LSE Brexit (08 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2015) How soft is the Leave vote – and which issues will swing it? LSE Brexit (12 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2016) If Boris Johnson wants to win, he needs to talk less about sovereignty and more about the economy. LSE Brexit (13 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2016) Matthew Goodwin examines five ways the Outers could win. LSE Brexit (28 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2016) Matthew Goodwin’s round-up: Leave’s lead, the Boris effect and persuading the Undecideds. LSE Brexit (26 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2016) Polls apart: why we need to treat all EU referendum polling with caution. LSE Brexit (22 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2016) Still neck-and-neck – but both Leave and Remain have reasons to be cheerful. LSE Brexit (10 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew and Heath, Oliver (2016) Brexit and the left behind: a tale of two countries. LSE Brexit (22 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Gostyńska-Jakubowska, Agata and Korteweg, Rem (2016) The US won’t help Britain in its negotiations with the EU. LSE Brexit (31 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Gostyńska-Jakubowska, Agata and Lazowski, Adam (2016) The Brexiteers’ exit plan: legally dubious, unfeasible and likely to antagonise our neighbours. LSE Brexit (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Green, Elliott D. (2016) They did things differently there: how Brexiteers appealed to voters’ nostalgia. LSE Brexit (13 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Grogan, Joelle (2017) The Article 50 case explained in sticky notes. LSE Brexit (20 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Grogan, Joelle (2017) The Article 50 notification explained in sticky notes. LSE Brexit (31 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Grogan, Joelle (2017) The Supreme Court’s ruling on Article 50 – in sticky notes. LSE Brexit (25 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Growth Commission, LSE (2017) More talent, please: a blueprint for the UK’s future migration policy. LSE Brexit (03 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Growth Commission, LSE (2017) What trading outside the Single Market looks like. LSE Brexit (01 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Guerrina, Roberta (2016) Gender and Brexit: moving beyond the EU’s focus on women’s employment rights. LSE Brexit (23 May 2016) Blog Entry.

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Haastrup, Toni, Wright, Katharine and Guerrina, Roberta (2016) Women in the Brexit debate: still largely confined to ‘low’ politics. LSE Brexit (17 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Hagemann, Sara, Hobolt, Sara and Wratil, Christopher (2016) Appeasing Eurosceptics? What’s really going on when Britain votes No in the Council of the EU. LSE Brexit (20 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Hale, Thomas and Koenig-Archibugi, Mathias (2016) Do Britons and other Europeans disagree on policy issues? The answer might surprise you. LSE Brexit (18 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Herbert, Nick (2016) A leap into the dark: the real choice facing the UK over Brexit, according to Conservatives for Reform in Europe. LSE Brexit (12 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Herbeć, Aleksandra (2017) The scandal of CSI, the little-known loophole used to deny EU citizens permanent residency. LSE Brexit (17 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Hertner, Isabelle (2015) The Europe Jeremy Corbyn wants is very different from the one David Cameron seeks. LSE Brexit (07 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Hertner, Isabelle (2016) ‘Seven, or seven and a half out of 10″: Jeremy Corbyn’s conspicuous absence from the referendum campaign. LSE Brexit (13 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Heslop, Robert (2015) Transatlantic cooperation: it’s in the UK’s interest for the US and the EU to forge a strong relationship on the basis of TTIP. LSE Brexit (24 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Heydarian Pashakhanlou, Arash (2016) Thanks to the referendum, the tyranny of the majority has prevailed. LSE Brexit (28 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2016) Choose freedom: 28 countries, 500m people and one of the most successful liberalising projects in history. LSE Brexit (10 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2016) No more denial: let’s accept the inevitable and fight for the best Brexit we can. LSE Brexit (14 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2015) The UK: close to the centre of European Council decision-making. LSE Brexit (19 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2017) What would a pro-European hard Brexit look like? LSE Brexit (06 Apr 2017) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2015) When MEPs vote, the UK’s delegation is increasingly marginalised. LSE Brexit (18 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon and Hae-Won, Jun (2017) Can ‘Global Britain’ forge a better trade deal with South Korea? This is why it’s unlikely. LSE Brexit (07 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Hobolt, Sara (2016) Getting the timing right: Cameron weighs up the pros and cons of a June 2016 referendum. LSE Brexit (08 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Hobolt, Sara (2016) Voters have punished the ‘elite’ – and this is not just a British phenomenon. LSE Brexit (24 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Hobolt, Sara and Hagemann, Sara (2016) Turn out or else: do referendum campaigns actually change voters’ minds? LSE Brexit (14 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Hobolt, Sara and Hagemann, Sara (2016) A vote to leave the EU may have a detrimental impact on Parliament. LSE Brexit (25 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Hobolt, Sara and Wratil, Christopher (2016) Which argument will win the referendum – immigration, or the economy? LSE Brexit (21 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Hockley, Tony (2016) Clear red lines, flexibility and the public’s support: we’re on our way to a rational Brexit. LSE Brexit (20 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Hogwood, Patricia (2016) From devolution to revolution? Brexit threatens to stir up the UK’s regional politics. LSE Brexit (26 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Honeyball, Mary (2016) Taking the law into our own hands: the perils of a British Bill of Rights. LSE Brexit (12 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Hough, Daniel (2016) Football across the continent has been revolutionised by the EU. LSE Brexit (01 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Hoyois, Arnaud (2016) A ‘soft Brexit’ is the only viable strategy in a post-liberal world. LSE Brexit (01 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Hurka, Steffen (2016) Britain’s exit from the EU will benefit the South and weaken Germany. LSE Brexit (27 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

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Jackson-Preece, Jennifer (2016) Is nationalism to blame for the post Brexit vote divisions? LSE Brexit (29 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Jackson-Preece, Jennifer (2016) The Leave campaign won the final BBC referendum debate on Twitter. LSE Brexit (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Jackson-Preece, Jennifer (2016) Tusk’s Shakespearean tweet shows the gravity of the UK’s EU vote and its potential consequences for both parties. LSE Brexit (03 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Jackson-Preece, Jennifer (2016) An undiscover’d country: the Brexit debate on Twitter reveals widespread democratic discontent. LSE Brexit (18 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Alan and Taylor, Ros (2016) Five minutes with Alan Johnson of Labour In for Britain: “There’s a battle here”. LSE Brexit (25 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Michael (2016) Brexit, tariffs and trade, part two: no Single Market membership without compromise. LSE Brexit (19 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Michael (2016) Brexit, trade and tariffs part three: how much freedom will Britain have to set its own tariffs? LSE Brexit (21 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Michael (2016) They won’t like a bit of British butter on their bread: the problem of tariffs after Brexit. LSE Brexit (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Richard (2016) Brexit could be an opportunity for the Labour Party, not a tragedy. LSE Brexit (14 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Richard (2016) Labour should embrace putting an end to EU free movement. LSE Brexit (12 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Richard (2016) Labour should not be the champion of EU free movement. LSE Brexit (28 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Alison (2016) Backlash against the status quo does not always lead to positive-sum gains. LSE Brexit (30 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Jones, Lee (2016) The EU locked in neoliberalism and locked out its people. Brexit is the alternative. LSE Brexit (10 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

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Katwala, Sunder, Ballinger, Steve and Mattinson, Deborah (2016) Don’t know (where the women are): why the EU referendum campaigns haven’t engaged female voters. LSE Brexit (06 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Kenealy, Daniel (2016) The Scottish Government’s Brexit proposals are politically savvy and all-but-impossible. LSE Brexit (22 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Kenealy, Daniel and MacLennan, Stuart (2017) Sturgeon’s case for Indyref2 is a shaky one. LSE Brexit (21 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Kershaw, David (2016) The British Constitution’s failure to manage existential risk: back to basics. LSE Brexit (08 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Kershaw, David (2016) How ‘the story’ subsumed ‘The Vote’: we have no meaningful direction about the terms of Brexit. LSE Brexit (07 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Kessler, Philip (2016) Racing for the exit? How the EU has influenced Britain’s competition policy. LSE Brexit (06 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

King, Russell (2017) ‘What have I done to deserve this?’ The aftershocks of Brexit for London’s EU migrants. LSE Brexit (10 Apr 2017) Blog Entry.

Kleine, Mareike (2016) Britain’s role in world affairs will be dwarfed post-Brexit. LSE Brexit (11 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Kleine, Mareike (2016) Utopian fantasies: the myths peddled by referendum campaigners. LSE Brexit (17 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Kleine, Mareike and Minaudier, Clement (2016) May’s decision to trigger Article 50 by March 2017 is unwise. LSE Brexit (06 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Klinger, Jochen (2017) Brexit may herald a serious threat to Germany: its negotiating position will reflect that. LSE Brexit (31 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Knott, Eleanor (2016) Michael Gove is arguing the UK should be like states that want to join the EU. LSE Brexit (20 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Kooths, Stefan (2016) Punishing Britain with a tough Brexit will harm everyone. LSE Brexit (10 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Kundnani, Hans (2016) Enough of the hegemony: why Germany really wants the UK to stay in the EU. LSE Brexit (23 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

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Lang, Tim and Schoen, Victoria (2016) Food security and Brexit: how the CAP began. LSE Brexit (23 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Lannoo, Karel (2016) Leaving the EU will be detrimental for the future of the City. LSE Brexit (20 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Lazowski, Adam (2016) Is Turkey going to join the EU in the next decade? Not likely, Mr Gove. LSE Brexit (24 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Lazowski, Adam (2016) One against 27: the pitfalls of Brexit negotiations with the EU. LSE Brexit (17 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Lea, Ruth (2016) After Brexit, access to EFTA’s suite of trade agreements would be an economic boost. LSE Brexit (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Lea, Ruth (2016) After a Leave vote the UK would have a strong hand in any trade negotiations. LSE Brexit (20 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Lea, Ruth (2017) Post-Brexit trade can thrive under WTO rules. LSE Brexit (27 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Leech, Dennis (2016) Would the UK gain or lose power if it leaves the EU? Voting power analysis suggests big losses. LSE Brexit (17 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Leigh, Dominic and Ramanauskas, Ben (2016) The £8bn question: would local councils be better off outside the EU? LSE Brexit (31 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Letta, Enrico and Taylor, Ros (2016) Italian ex-PM Enrico Letta: ‘We have to move towards a two-circle Europe’. LSE Brexit (03 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Liddle, Roger (2015) Understanding Cameron’s renegotiations: the ‘ever-closer union’ problem. LSE Brexit (09 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Lloyd, Michael (2016) Nostalgia, xenophobia, anti-neoliberalism: the roots of Leave’s nationalism. LSE Brexit (15 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Lloyd, Michael (2016) The left must stop indulging anti-EU sentiment and get behind Remain. LSE Brexit (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Lorimer, Marta (2016) Blame it on the migrants and Schengen: far right and eurosceptic reactions to the Brussels attacks. LSE Brexit (29 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Lorimer, Marta (2016) Europe’s far right parties have also been toying with the idea of quitting the EU. LSE Brexit (03 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Low, Adrian (2016) Brexit is not the will of the British people – it never has been. LSE Brexit (24 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Low, Adrian (2017) In some respects the Brexit referendum was a violation of human rights. LSE Brexit (31 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Ludford, Sarah, Judah, Ben, Bickerton, Christopher, Smith, Julie and Travers, Tony (2016) Can London live without the EU? LSE BrexitVote Podcast. LSE Brexit (13 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Ludlow, N. Piers (2016) Don’t blame the worse-off for Brexit. Plenty of Britain’s ‘liberal elite’ backed it too. LSE Brexit blog (27 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Ludlow, N. Piers (2016) Michael Gove’s problem is that a single market is more than just a tariff-free zone. LSE Brexit blog (21 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

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MacFarland, Caroline and Owen, Katy (2016) Young people’s voices went unheard: the Brexit generational divide. LSE Brexit (28 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Malone, Chris (2016) Cabinet collective responsibility: how it works, and why it survives. LSE Brexit (21 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Marangozov, Rachel and Williams, Matthew (2016) How will Brexit affect the NHS? The English trusts that depend most on EU nurses. LSE Brexit (29 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Masselot, Annick, Guerrina, Roberta and McLellan, Bridgette (2016) What part did the EU play in raising women’s pensionable age? LSE Brexit (16 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Matsuo, Akitaka and Benoit, Kenneth (2017) More positive, assertive and forward-looking: how Leave won Twitter. LSE Brexit (16 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

McFadden, Pat and Tarrant, Andy (2015) The Swiss model doesn’t stand up to scrutiny. LSE Brexit (10 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

McGovern, Patrick (2016) Five problems with UK immigration control post-Brexit. LSE Brexit (11 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Milic, Thomas and Serdült, Uwe (2016) Were the Brits Swiss, they would still have voted to leave. LSE Brexit (29 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Minford, Patrick (2016) Being in the EU is like being ruled by a foreign power immune to the normal processes of political economy. LSE Brexit (01 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Mossialos, Elias, Simpkin, Victoria L., Keown, Oliver and Darzi, Ara (2016) Staff, drugs, research, TTIP, patients: how would Brexit affect the NHS? LSE Brexit (09 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Moullin, Sophie (2017) ‘They can move’ – or can they? Freedom of movement, Brexit and working-class stasis. LSE Brexit (01 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2016) The Great ‘Repeal’ Act will leave Parliament sidelined and disempowered. LSE Brexit (21 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2016) The High Court judgment on Article 50 is a proper drubbing for the government. LSE Brexit (03 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2017) Miller in the Supreme Court: a welcome reminder of the function of a constitution and the rule of law. LSE Brexit (24 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal and Toubeau, Simon (2016) Sovereignty is an illusion: the UK should use its power-sharing experience to play a constructive role in the EU. LSE Brexit (29 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal and Trotter, Sarah (2016) Fundamental rights and fundamental fears. LSE Brexit (17 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Mycock, Andrew (2015) Learning to vote? Don’t start with a referendum. LSE Brexit (03 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Myślińska, Dagmar Rita (2016) Incomplete Europeans: Polish migrants’ experience of discrimination in the UK is complicated by their whiteness. LSE Brexit (09 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Myślińska, Dagmar Rita (2016) Migration arguments supporting Brexit appear to be backed by animus. LSE Brexit (23 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Myślińska, Dagmar Rita (2016) Post-Brexit hate crimes against Poles are an expression of long-standing prejudices and contestation over white identity in the UK. LSE Brexit (29 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Müller, Mareike (2016) We should ensure women’s rights are safeguarded in the Brexit negotiations. LSE Brexit (23 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

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Nakatudde, Nambassa (2017) Unsourced and incomplete: how referendum campaign leaflets misused statistics. LSE Brexit (18 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Nitoiu, Cristian (2015) Leaving the EU might revive Britain’s influence on the foreign policies of the new EU member states. LSE Brexit (18 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

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O'Leary, Brendan (2016) Detoxifying the UK’s exit from the EU: a multi-national compromise is possible. LSE Brexit (27 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) After a Brexit: the EU that falls apart, continues to muddle through, or integrates further. LSE Brexit (13 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Brexit: the many roads to a crisis? LSE Brexit blog (21 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) A British exit from the EU is not casually overlooked in international relations. LSE Brexit (19 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) The European Parliament and the UK’s renegotiation III: President Schulz. LSE Brexit (09 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) European views on the Brexit negotiations. LSE Brexit (25 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) How future UK European referendums might happen. LSE Brexit (01 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) How the EU responds to a British withdrawal will be determined by five key factors. LSE Brexit (03 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) How will the EU interpret the Brexit vote? LSE Brexit blog (24 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Now! That’s what I call Brexit. Delving into the Brexicon. LSE Brexit (22 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Preparations for a Brexit VI: views from the EU’s institutions, France, and Germany. LSE Brexit (20 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Preparations for a Brexit: the EU will shape what happens after a vote to withdraw. LSE Brexit (13 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Shades of grey: is Brexit going to lead to European disintegration? LSE Brexit blog (01 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2017) Theory and Brexit: can theoretical approaches help us understand Brexit? LSE Brexit (14 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Trump will present an enormous challenge for the UK-US ‘Special Relationship’. LSE Brexit (09 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) UK national security and the Brexit debate – now more than ever they are closely locked. LSE Brexit blog (11 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) UK national security and the Brexit debate — now more than ever they are closely locked. LSE Brexit (11 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) The referendum will be decided in England – but it’s London that has most to lose. LSE Brexit (09 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) The rise of English nationalism is something British politicians can no longer ignore. LSE Brexit (12 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, Brok, Elmar, Corbett, Richard and Schöpflin, György (2015) The European Parliament and the UK’s renegotiation: what do MEPs think? LSE Brexit (18 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, Kammel, Arnold, Bartovic, Vladimír, Jokela, Juha, Tzogopoulos, George and Pace, Roderick (2016) Preparations for a Brexit IV: views from Austria, the Czech Republic, Finland, Greece, and Malta. LSE Brexit (27 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, Larsen, Henrik, Poli, Eleonora, Korteweg, Rem, Lovec, Marco and Mestres, Laia (2016) Preparations for a Brexit: views from Denmark, Italy, the Netherlands, Slovenia and Spain. LSE Brexit (21 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, McGuinness, Mairead, McAllister, David and Hübner, Danuta (2016) The European Parliament and the UK’s renegotiation: what do MEPs think? Part II. LSE Brexit (04 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, Poli, Eleonora, Möller, Almut, Lovec, Marco and Mestres, Laia (2016) EU views on the British vote to leave: Italy, Germany, Slovenia and Spain. LSE Brexit (21 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, Primatarova, Antoinette, Pegasiou, Adonis, Huberty, Martine, Gostyńska-Jakubowska, Agata and Raimundo, António (2016) Preparations for a Brexit III: views from Bulgaria, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Poland, and Portugal. LSE Brexit (06 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, Willermain, Fabian, Gálik, Zoltán, Bruģe, Ilvija, Bilčík, Vladimír and Fägersten, Björn (2016) Preparations for a Brexit V: views from Belgium, Hungary, Latvia, Slovakia, and Sweden. LSE Brexit (14 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, de Jong, Dennis, Keller, Ska and Turmes, Claude (2016) The European Parliament and the UK’s renegotiation IV: what do MEPs think? LSE Brexit (12 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, Šelo Šabić, Senada, Bahovski, Erkki, Gilmore, Andrew, Vaicekauskaite, Živilė and Nicolescu, Agnes (2016) Preparations for a Brexit II: views from Croatia, Estonia, Ireland, Lithuania and Romania. LSE Brexit (29 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

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Packer, Richard (2017) Britain will break free of the Common Agricultural Policy – but we still need to subsidise farmers. LSE Brexit (06 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Parry, Samuel (2016) After the Brexit vote Plaid Cymru is finally becoming a radical alternative to Labour in Wales. LSE Brexit (04 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Parry, Samuel (2017) Yes Cymru: the debate on Welsh independence has begun for good. LSE Brexit (23 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Payne, Daniel (2016) All is ephemera: will the information produced during the EU referendum last beyond 2016? LSE Brexit (12 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Payne, Daniel (2016) From the LSE Library: rarely seen campaigning literature from the 1975 referendum. LSE Brexit (02 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Pedrick, Lucy (2016) The business impact of the Brexit vote: a view from housing associations. LSE Brexit (08 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Peers, Steve (2015) The Commonwealth and the EU: let’s do (trade with) both. LSE Brexit (10 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Peers, Steve (2016) Reading the small print: will Cameron’s EU migration reforms pass legal muster? LSE Brexit (11 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Pisani-Ferry, Jean, Röttgen, Norbert, Sapir, André, Tucker, Paul and Wolff, Guntram B (2016) Europe after Brexit: a proposal for a new Continental Partnership. LSE Brexit (29 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Pitt, Edward (2016) Too much EU interference? A look at the areas where critics say the single market overreaches itself. LSE Brexit (28 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Pitt, Edward (2016) What the EU did for English law – and British lawyers. LSE Brexit (23 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Portes, Jonathan (2016) Immigration and Brexit: myths and realities. LSE Brexit (02 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

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Rachman, Gideon, Erlanger, Steven, Yu, Jie, Oliver, Tim and Cox, Michael (2016) The international consequences of the EU referendum — LSE Ideas Podcast. LSE Brexit (10 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Ragnhild Scott, Millicent (2016) What is an ‘ever-closer union’? LSE Brexit (26 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Rayner, Tim (2016) Cut out: Brexit would put the EU’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions at risk. LSE Brexit (20 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Razin, Ronny (2016) Over-55s and men dominate online Brexit debate – and they’re persuasive, too. LSE Brexit (11 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Remøy, Sebastian (2016) Having a voice in Brussels from outside the EU: the lessons of EEA-EFTA. LSE Brexit (07 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Rohac, Dalibor (2016) Bratislava Summit: the future of the European project without the UK looks bleak. LSE Brexit (22 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Rohac, Dalibor (2016) For free-market Leavers the UK’s exit will be a disappointment. LSE Brexit (01 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Rohac, Dalibor (2016) How I stopped worrying and learned to love the EU. LSE Brexit (02 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Rolfe, Heather (2016) Flexible friends: why employers hire eastern European migrants in order to grow. LSE Brexit (15 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Rolfe, Heather (2016) How to cope with Brexit: an employers’ guide. LSE Brexit (03 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Ryan, Ben (2016) The EU’s existential aim was to create Europeans. In this, it has failed. LSE Brexit (01 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Ryan, Ben (2016) Europe’s early vision: how Christian Democratic morality shaped the EU. LSE Brexit (27 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Ryan, Bernard (2016) Vote Leave’s position on EU and Irish citizens post-Brexit raises more questions than it answers. LSE Brexit (07 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Ryan, John (2016) A British exit would harm the EU’s global credibility – and it could rip apart the Conservatives, too. LSE Brexit blog (26 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

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Salamone, Anthony (2016) Cameron’s unilateral approach could leave the UK isolated and resented. LSE Brexit (10 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Scalvini, Marco and Fabris, Monica (2016) The failure of the Italian constitutional reform signals a crisis of representation in politics. LSE Brexit blog (05 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Scalvini, Marco and Fabris, Monica (2016) The failure of the Italian constitutional reform signals a crisis of representation in politics. LSE Brexit (05 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Schade, Daniel (2017) No more ‘Dear Donald’: what we can glean from Theresa May’s Brexit letter. LSE Brexit (30 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Schelkle, Waltraud (2015) The City and the EU: too big to stay — or too big to go? LSE Brexit (01 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Schelkle, Waltraud (2016) The Political Quarterly: key issues in the negotiations about Britain’s membership of the EU. LSE Brexit (19 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Schelkle, Waltraud (2016) A double bind: Cameron urges non-discrimination in one policy area, while wanting to discriminate in another. LSE Brexit (27 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Scheller, Henrik (2016) The dream of ever-closer union is over. We need to rethink the EU’s model. LSE Brexit (12 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Schmieding, Holger (2016) Britain needs the EU much more than vice versa. LSE Brexit (21 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Schmieding, Holger (2016) The fact that the UK avoided an immediate crisis does not tell us much about the future. LSE Brexit (12 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Schulz, Martin (2016) Martin Schulz on Brexit: parting ways, but working together. LSE Brexit (11 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Scipioni, Marco and Hoffmeyer-Zlotnik, Paula (2016) Quitting the EU wouldn’t give Britain more control over refugee and migrant flows. LSE Brexit (23 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Scully, Roger (2015) Going west: voters in Wales turn against the EU. LSE Brexit (14 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Shiels, David (2016) How Enoch Powell helped to shape modern Tory Euroscepticism. LSE Brexit (03 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Shiels, David (2016) ‘What would Maggie do?’ Had she been given the chance, we probably wouldn’t be asking. LSE Brexit (18 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Simpkin, Victoria L. (2016) With 1 in 10 posts already vacant, the NHS can’t afford to lose EU-born doctors. LSE Brexit (28 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2016) Alan Sked on the EU, part four: the myth that we rely upon the EU. LSE Brexit (10 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2016) Alan Sked on the EU, part three: how Germany came to dominate the EU. LSE Brexit (09 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2016) Alan Sked on the EU, part two: propaganda and pacifism from a toothless entity. LSE Brexit (08 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2016) Alan Sked on the EU: part one – a superstate in the making. LSE Brexit (07 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2016) L’état c’est nous: sovereignty is no illusion, and we should retain it. LSE Brexit (10 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2016) This is what life after Brexit will look like: a Europe of democratic, free-trading states. LSE Brexit (01 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2016) University leaders who lobby against Brexit are a disgrace. Research would thrive outside the EU. LSE Brexit (29 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2015) Why Britain really joined the EEC (and why it had nothing to do with helping our economy). LSE Brexit (26 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Skoutaris, Nikos (2016) Never letting go: why Scotland is at constitutional stalemate over Brexit. LSE Brexit (29 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Smith, Julie (2017) Absent from the start: Britain’s leery relationship with the EU. LSE Brexit (30 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Smith, Karen E. (2016) Left out in the cold: Brexit, the EU and the perils of Trump’s world. LSE Brexit blog (05 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Smith, Karen E. and Laatikainen, Katie Verlin (2016) Without EU clout, how would the UK fare at the United Nations? LSE Brexit blog (08 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Spence, David (2016) Cameron needs to convince both the member states and the EU institutions before his own side. LSE Brexit (17 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Springford, John (2015) Same job, different income: withdrawing EU migrants’ benefits would violate an EU founding principle. LSE Brexit (17 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Strong, James (2016) The Brexit debate is far from over: there will have to be a further vote. LSE Brexit (24 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Strong, James (2016) Britain’s bargaining stance post-Brexit. LSE Brexit (28 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Swan, Sean (2017) A democratic outrage: Scotland’s constitutional position and Brexit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Swidlicki, Pawel (2015) Labour IN for Britain: the challenges Alan Johnson’s campaign faces. LSE Brexit (04 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

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Tannam, Etain (2017) Brexit’s implications for Northern Ireland may be destabilising, but not fatal. LSE Brexit (06 Apr 2017) Blog Entry.

Thielemann, Eiko R. and Schade, Daniel (2016) Emergency brakes on migration: neither novel nor effective. LSE Brexit (24 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Thielemann, Eiko R. and Schade, Daniel (2016) Jobs are good ones: addressing the factors that attract EU migrants to the UK. LSE Brexit (31 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Thomas, Will (2017) 1984: the year when young Britons started to become more Europhile than their elders. LSE Brexit (12 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Thompson, Beth (2016) Data protection: how medical researchers persuaded the European Parliament to compromise. LSE Brexit (11 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Thomson, Jennifer (2016) IndyRef2? The thorny question of Scottish independence hasn’t gone away. LSE Brexit (26 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2016) The shock is visceral, the future uncertain. Deep-seated grievances lie behind this vote. LSE Brexit (28 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Trotter, Sarah and Morgan, Nick (2016) Aberystwyth et son amour: talking to locals in the UK’s most Europhile town. LSE Brexit (21 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

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Van Ingen, Michiel (2017) Higher education staff and students should support the One Day Without Us protest. LSE Brexit (08 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Van Orden, Geoffrey (2016) Britain’s departure from “Ever Closer Union” is of great significance. LSE Brexit (28 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Vasilopoulou, Sofia and Wagner, Markus (2016) Emotions to shape debates and decisions in the upcoming referendum. LSE Brexit (25 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank (2015) Can Cameron achieve a new relationship between member states inside the eurozone and those outside? LSE Brexit (20 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank (2015) David Cameron is challenging the EU’s own explanation for its unpopularity. LSE Brexit (17 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank (2015) Going Dutch: can Cameron secure subsidiarity reforms without treaty change? LSE Brexit (15 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank (2015) Immigration and the UK’s Referendum Vote – EU attitudes are more fluid, but barriers to change remain substantial. LSE Brexit (24 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank (2015) On the edge: David Cameron’s EU renegotiation strategies. LSE Brexit blog . London School of Economics and Political Science, Public Policy Group, London, UK.

Vibert, Frank (2015) Tough competition: why cutting regulation is so hard for the EU. LSE Brexit (30 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank and Beck, Gunnar (2016) The seven days of Brexit: how a Leave government could bypass Article 50. LSE Brexit (15 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank and Brexit, LSE (2016) Read our new ebook by the LSE’s Frank Vibert. LSE Brexit (16 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Vlandas, Tim (2016) Xenophobia Britannica? Anti-immigrant attitudes in the UK are among the strongest in Europe. LSE Brexit (21 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

van Geffen, Robert (2016) Would Brexit be the final straw for financial services in the UK? LSE Brexit (20 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

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Wadsworth, Jonathan, Dhingra, Swati, Ottaviano, Gianmarco I. P. and Van Reenen, John (2016) Immigration from the EU is not a ‘necessary evil’ and does not drag down wages. LSE Brexit (11 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Walker, David (2016) British universities excel in the social sciences. How much of their success depends on the EU? LSE Brexit (08 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Wallis, Diana (2016) European rights: there is no going backwards. LSE Brexit (14 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Weale, Albert (2017) If you believe Brexit is a mistake, you have a democratic duty to oppose it. LSE Brexit (04 Apr 2017) Blog Entry.

Wellings, Ben (2015) The UK: no longer the EU’s ‘awkward partner’. LSE Brexit (23 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Wellings, Ben and Baxendale, Helen (2015) The power of the Anglosphere in Eurosceptical thought. LSE Brexit (10 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Wellings, Ben and Vines, Emma (2015) Are EU referendums undermining parliamentary sovereignty? LSE Brexit (05 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Wilkes, Giles (2016) Broadening the market is good. To believe otherwise is flat-earth delusional. LSE Brexit (02 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Wilkes, Giles (2016) The EU stops the UK government doing what it wants. Business should like that. LSE Brexit (16 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Winzen, Thomas (2016) The EU doesn’t weaken UK parliamentary democracy as much as Leavers have you believe. LSE Brexit (23 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Witney, Nick (2015) Obstructive and unhelpful: what EU diplomats think of the UK’s strategy. LSE Brexit (25 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Witney, Simon (2017) Brexit in the Supreme Court – a landmark ruling, or monumental waste of time and money? LSE Brexit (06 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Woolcock, Stephen (2016) Playing the game without a say in the rules: how Britain would trade outside the EU. LSE Brexit (24 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Wratil, Christopher (2016) Are UK citizens losing out in Brussels? Not really. LSE Brexit (18 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Wright, Nicholas (2016) Achieving a ‘good’ Brexit: what David Cameron needs to do now. LSE Brexit (27 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Wright, Nicholas (2016) Post-Brexit, would Whitehall be able to rise to the challenge of negotiating the best possible deal? LSE Brexit (24 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Wright, Nicholas (2017) Squeezed mandarins: the four big challenges facing the civil service. LSE Brexit (11 Oct 2017) Blog Entry.

Wright, Nicholas (2016) Theresa Villiers wants Northern Ireland out of the EU. That stance may be untenable. LSE Brexit (04 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Wright, Nick (2016) ‘Brexit means Brexit’ – but is Whitehall up to the challenge? LSE Brexit (25 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

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Yu, Jie (2016) China is an unexpectedly strong supporter of the Remain camp. LSE Brexit (15 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Yu, Jie (2016) Don’t let the Hinkley C delay sour Sino-British relations post-Brexit. LSE Brexit (23 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Yu, Jie (2015) The golden age of Sino-British relations has begun. Quitting the EU could halt it. LSE Brexit (23 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

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Zenghelis, Dimitri (2017) Both Brexit and the financial crisis highlight why economists should admit they can’t always get it right. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Zenghelis, Dimitri (2016) Fog in the Channel: reports of a Brexit boost are at best premature. LSE Brexit (07 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Zenghelis, Dimitri (2017) ‘Hurricane Brexit’ – or why economists should admit they can’t always get it right. LSE Brexit (02 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Zettelmeyer, Jeromin, Hix, Simon, Cable, Vince and van Geffen, Robert (2016) What’s Germany really thinking? Vince Cable, Simon Hix and Jeromin Zettelmeyer discuss Brexit. LSE Brexit (05 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Zurawski, Jan (2015) A British departure from the EU will not inevitably lead to Scottish independence. Referenda are always unpredictable. LSE Brexit (08 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

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