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Net Zero - The Role of Central Banks

15 April 2021

Sylvie Goulard, Sarah Breeden & Rhian-Mari Thomas

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The Reality of Brexit: Public attitudes & expectations of what comes next

23 March 2021

Kelly Beaver, Paula Surridge, Professor Matthew Goodwin & Paul Adamson

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Moving Forward Together?: Opportunities for UK-EU Transport after Brexit

26 February 2021

Mark Watts, Simon Argyle & Kate Jennings

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Life after Brexit: Sr Ivan Rogers in conversation with the FT's Peter Foster on what the TCA means for future EU-UK relations

18 February 2021

Sir Ivan Rogers & Peter Foster

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European Security Challenges

28 January 2020

Sir Julian King & Michael Peel

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Healthy Partnerships? The Impact of Brexit & the Priorities for Sovereign Cooperation

19 January 2021

Robert Madelin, Tamara Hervey, Mark Dayan & Nick Fahy

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Documents

The Reality of Brexit: a public perspective

Presentation by Kelly Beaver, Ipsos MORI

Understanding the impact of Brexit on health in the UK

The Nuffield Trust

UK Public Attitudes to EU-UK Relations

Presentation by Kelly Beaver, Ipsos MORI

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Articles

Podcasts

The new realities of the transatlantic relationship

Paul Adamson talks to Steve Erlanger, Chief Diplomatic Correspondent in Europe for the New York Times

February 2021

'Britain Alone'

Paul Adamson talks to Philip Stephens, Chief Political Commentator at the Financial Times and author of ‘Britain Alone’.

January 2021

Geopolitics in 2021

Paul Adamson talks to Charles Grant, Director of the Centre for European Reform 

January 2021

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Media

25 March 2021

Paula Surridge, UK in a Changing Europe

19 February 2021

Helen Johnson, Yorkshire Bylines