As we mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2022, it is perhaps fitting to reflect on a new, bourgeoning phenomenon: the reclaiming of European citizenship by British Jews. The ‘EU Passport’ project…Read More >
A dispute between Britain and France about fishing territories has escalated rapidly. French authorities detained a British trawler on Thursday, October 28, and Britain promptly summoned the French ambassador for…Read More >
Recruiting more scientists aside, the civil service needs to transform its approach to evidence and decision making, says Geographer Dr David Rose in a recent post for The Conversation.
Failure to pay our European creditors is not a first for the English, as our medieval past shows. What has gone before reveals the damaging consequences of not paying our…Read More >
Dr Mark Shanahan from our Politics and International Relations Research Division discusses the Conservative Party’s badly timed leadership race with some Young Conservatives in a new post for The Conversation.
What can political and business leaders learn from the mess that is Brexit? Listen to people, spend time with customers, don’t make assumptions and be as transparent as possible say…Read More >
The word ‘rebel’ is usually associated with violence, but we hear it almost daily at the moment as MPs grapple over Brexit. Medieval historian Andy Ford explores the fourteenth century…Read More >
The uncertainties posed by Brexit are playing havoc with the pound and other markets. Henley Business School’s Andrew Urquhart and Trinity College Dublin’s Brian Lucey chart Sterling’s bumpy ride since…Read More >
By Dr Marina Della Giusta, Associate Professor of Economics Brexit continues to dominate public discourses, the news and our lives, and yet the majority of us, regardless of how we…Read More >
By Phil Newton, Research Dean for Environment, University of Reading Science is a global business. Very few truly great advances in science happen these days without some level of international…Read More >