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Britain and the European Union

Britain and the European Union have had a turbulent relationship for some time, culminating in the 2016 referendum by the United Kingdom that determined it would leave the EU. With the UK no longer part of the EU, it remains plagued by deep divisions on how to best shape its future. The problems on the political level are mirrored by those faced by society as a whole, as business leaders, economists, constitutional lawyers, journalists, and the general public struggle to find consensus on the meaning of Brexit.

Browse our resources below to get a better understanding of the past, present, and future relationship between the UK and the EU.

The Law and Politics of Brexit

In this podcast, we are joined by Professor Federico Fabbrini to discuss the ways in which Brexit is having a profound impact on the politico-legal landscape both within the UK and internationally.