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If Boris is at the wheel, Brexit will take a very dramatic turn
Ronan Mc Crea (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog
Date: 02/07/2019

A country of purists: the polling which lays bare the death of any compromise on Brexit
Christina Pagel (UCL Professor of operational research) & Christabel Cooper
Type: Analysis
Date: 14/06/2019

Polling analysis: The full extent of Britain's division brutally revealed
Christina Pagel (UCL Professor of operational research) & Christabel Cooper
Type: Analysis
Date: 15/04/2019

A General Election is looking more likely – what are the implications for the two main parties?
Christina Pagel (UCL Professor of operational research) & Christabel Cooper
Type: Blog
Date: 12/04/2019

A No Deal Brexit is not the wish of the country but is now the preferred outcome for Leave voters
Christina Pagel (UCL Professor of operational research) & Christabel Cooper & Uta Staiger (UCL European Institute)
Type: Blog
Date: 09/04/2019

Its about Sovereignty, stupid – which is why we need a long extension
Professor Michael Grubb, Energy and Climate Change at UCL.
Type: Blog
Date: 01/04/2019

Should we worry if MPs seize control of the parliamentary agenda?
Professor Meg Russell (Constitution Unit)
Type: Blog
Date: 27/01/2019

Could a citizens’ assembly help the Brexit process?
Professor Alan Renwick (Constitution Unit)
Type: Blog
Date: 24/01/2019

Could an ‘indicative vote’ break the Brexit logjam?
Professor Albert Weale (Political Science)
Type: Blog
Date: 07/01/2019

Negotiating Brexit: Lessons from the first round for the UK side
Dr Benjamin Martill and Dr Uta Staiger
Type: Policy Brief, Dahrendorf Forum IV
Date: 07/12/2018

Would introducing ID cards prevent a stalemate in a new referendum?  
Tess Buchanan (UCL Psychology)
Type: Blog
Date: 03/12/2018

How Come Such A Weak Deal?
Professor Albert Weale (UCL Political Science)
Type: Blog
Date: 29/11/2018

Cultures of Negotiation: Explaining Britain’s hard bargaining in the Brexit negotiations
Dr Benjamin Martill and Dr Uta Staiger
Type: Working paper, Dahrendorf Forum IV
Date: 14/09/2018

The Prime Minister should replace the negotiating team and follow Barnier's tough-talking example
Professor Martyn Rady (UCL SSEES)
Type: Blog, Conservative Home
Date: February 2018

Brexit and its potential consequences for British foreign policy
Dr Nicholas Wright (UCL Political Science)
Type: Blog, UCL Brexit Blog
Date: 13/12/2017

What young Britons really think about Brexit and their prospects outside the EU
Dr Avril Keating (UCL Institute of Education)
Type: Blog, The Conversation
Date: 01/11/2017

Why May is right – and therefore wrong
Professor Albert Weale (UCL Political Science)
Type: Blog, UCL Brexit Blog
Date: 09/10/2017

Citizens' Assembly Summary Report
UCL Constitution Unit
Type: Summary Report
Date: October 2017

Why a landslide victory might actually be a bad thing for Theresa May
Dr Benjamin Martill (UCL European Institute)
Type: Blog, The Conversation
Date: 11/05/2017

A European Perspective on Anglo-Scottish Cross Border Cooperation: Lessons from EU-funded Territorial Cooperation Programmes
Dr Claire Colomb (The Bartlett School of Planning)
Type: Academic paper, Journal of Borderlands Studies
Date: 24/04/2017

Citizens' Assembly on Brexit
UCL Constitution Unit
Type: Project Page

Why democrats should welcome a hung parliament
Professor Albert Weale (UCL Political Science)
Type: Blog, UCL Brexit Blog
Date: 15/06/2017

Managing the new parliament: some challenges for Theresa May’s minority government
Professor Meg Russell (UCL Constitution Unit)
Type: Blog, UCL Brexit Blog
Date: 14/06/2017

Will this election result derail the PM’s Brexit plans?
Dr Uta Staiger (UCL European Institute)
Type: Blog, UCL Brexit Blog
Date: 13/06/2017

Brexit and the Constitution
Professor George Letsas (UCL Laws)
Type: Essay, London Review of Books
Date: 16/03/2017

Being Young in Brexit Britain
Dr Avril Keating (UCL Institute of Education)
Type: Research Project page, UCL Centre for Global Youth

The General Election and Brexit - diversion, divisions, tactics
Professor Janice Morphet (The Bartlett School of Planning)
Type: Blog, Policy Press
Date: 19/05/2017

Brexit and Archaeology
Type: Event video, UCL Institute of Archaeology
Date: 05/05/2017

May's Gambit
Professor Jeff King (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog, UK Constitutional Law Association
Date: 19/04/2017

Brexit, Devolution and the Future of Northern Ireland
Professor Janice Morphet (The Bartlett School of Planning)
Type: Blog, Huffington Post
Date: 27/03/2017

Northern Ireland illustrates the threat Brexit poses for the UK's political stability
Professor Janice Morphet (The Bartlett School of Planning)
Type: Blog, LSE EUROPP
Date: 8/03/2017

Brexit, Federalism and Scottish Independence
Type: Event video, UCL Constitution Unit
Date: March 2017

Brexit at Westminster
Type: Event video, UCL Constitution Unit
Date: March 2017

What does the post-Brexit future look like?
Professor Janice Morphet (The Bartlett School of Planning)
Type: Blog, Policy Press
Date: 28/02/2017

The Constitution and the Folly of Majoritarianism
Professor George Letsas (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog, UK Constitutional Law Association
Date: 20/02/2017

Beyond Brexit: How to assess the UK's future?
Professor Janice Morphet (The Bartlett School of Planning)
Type: Book, Policy Press
Date: February 2017

The government's Brexit white paper: a missed opportunity
Dr Nicholas Wright (UCL Political Science)
Type: Blog, UCL European Institute
Date: 17/02/2017

Britain has lost a role, and failed to find an empire
Dr Benjamin Martill (UCL European Institute)
Type: Blog, UCL Brexit Blog
Date: 18/01/2017

The Democratic Duty to Oppose Brexit
Professor Albert Weale (UCL Political Science)
Type: Lecture
Date: 12/12/2016

We need to talk about our democracy
Dr Alan Renwick and Professor Meg Russell (UCL Constitution Unit)
Type: Blog, UCL Constitution Unit
Date: 06/11/2016

Brexit, or How to be Serious after the Referendum
Dr Tim Beasley-Murray
Type: Academic paper, The European Legacy
Date: 01/11/2016

Human Rights after Brexit: Workshop Report
Daniella Lock (UCL Laws)
Type: Briefing paper (UCL Public Policy)
Date: October 2016

Brexit and the transformation of British politics - UCL Constitution Unit Monitor
Type: Report, UCL Constitution Unit 
Date: October 2016

Brexit and a divided country
Dr Uta Staiger (UCL European Institute)
Type: Blog, The Progressive Post
Date: 06/09/2016

Brexit: Surname Diversity and Voting Patterns
Professor Maria Cortina Borja (UCL Institute of Child Health) et al.
Type: Academic paper, Significance
Date: 01/08/2016

Is the United Kingdom a mini-EU?
Dr Ronan McCRea (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog, UK Constitutional Law Association
Date: 19/07/2016

EU Citizens as Bargaining Chips
Dr Virgina Mantouvalou (UCL Laws)
Type: Blog, UK Constitutional Law Association
Date: 14/07/2016

Why the EU Referendum Might Be Morally Binding - A Partial Response to Yossi Nehushtan
Alex Green (UCL Laws) 
Type: Blog, UK Constitutional Law Association
Date: 14/07/2016

Brexit and Its Malcontents
Dr Liza Griffin (The Bartlett Development Planning Unit)
Type: Blog, The Bartlett Development Planning Unit 
Date: 12/07/2016

Is direct democracy effective? Yes, if it is citizens who start the process
Dr Lucas Leemann (UCL Political Science)
Type: Blog, UCL Constitution Unit
Date: 07/07/2016

Where are we now? A response to the referendum
Professor Philippe Marlière (UCL SELCS)
Type: Blog, London Review of Books
Date: 06/07/2016

Nostalgic Democracy Triumphs over Democratic Internationalism
Professor Albert Weale (UCL Constitution Unit)
Type: Academic paper, The Political Quarterly
Date: July 2016

Brexit: The mother of all uncertainties
Professor Paul Ekins (UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources)
Type: Blog, UCL Britain and Europe
Date: 01/07/2016

London: three reasons why calls for more autonomy should be taken seriously
Professor Michele Acuto (UCL Dept of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy)
Type: Blog, The Conversation
Date: 27/06/2016

Will Brexit lead to the breakup of the UK?
Professor Robert Hazell (UCL Constitution Unit)
Type: Blog, UCL Constitution Unit
Date: 24/06/2016

Brexit: Its Consequences for Devolution and the Union
Professor Robert Hazell and Dr Alan Renwick (UCL Constitution Unit)
Type: Briefing paper, UCL Constitution Unit
Date: May 2016