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'Highly problematic, to put it mildly'

Deciphering the Conservative Party’s proposals for a new ‘British Bill of Rights’ is not an easy task, as the eight-page policy document is riddled with errors, distortions and imprecise language. What is more, their two main policy aims are highly problematic, argues
Colm O'Cinneide
9 October 2014
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Starts: Oct 9, 2014 12:00:00 AM

UK & EU: New Faces, Old Problems?

The row between Britain and its allies that accompanied the nomination of Jean-Claude Juncker as the new Commission President was seen by some as an effective short-term tactic from David Cameron. But the ‘Juncker bounce’ was short-lived and left Cameron in a long-term strategic pickle.
Paola Buonadonna
6 October 2014
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Starts: Oct 6, 2014 12:00:00 AM

Five lessons of the Juncker Affair

It is now three months since Jean-Claude Juncker was elected President of the Commission, against the express wishes of the British and Hungarian governments.  What lessons can we draw from this episode about British attitudes to the European Union?
6 October 2014
Prof Michael Shackleton
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Starts: Oct 6, 2014 12:00:00 AM

Europe and the Transnational History of Development, 1920-70

Publication date: Feb 24, 2012 12:35:07 PM

Start: Mar 13, 2012 12:00:00 AM

13 March 2012

Date and time:
Tue, 13 March 2012, 5.30 pm

Venue:
Haldane Room
UCL North Cloisters
Gower Street
London WC1E 6BT

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CTH

You are cordially invited to the Annual Lecture of the UCL Centre for Transnational History.

The speaker will be Patricia Clavin, Fellow of Jesus College and Professor of International History at the University of Oxford.

Her lecture will be entitled Ropes around the necks of our debtors’: Europe and the Transnational History of Development, 1920-1970.

The lecture will be followed by drinks.

More information: UCL Centre for Transnational History