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Brexit and the Failure of Pre-emptive Reconciliation: A study of the General Data Protection Regulation

By Daniel Neyland and Sveta Milyaeva Introduction As Britain faces up to a post European Union future, commentators and politicians compete and sometimes struggle to explain the result of the referendum. Against a backdrop of warnings of the detrimental effect of an exit from the IMF[1] and World Bank[2], opinion polls too close to call […]

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EU Migrants: Differences, Inequalities and Distinctions

By Simone Varriale ‘He [a colleague] used to call me ‘spaghetto’, once, twice, three times, four times, then I told him to stop […] I mean, ‘spaghetto’, I can take it once, twice, but we aren’t friends, we haven’t even had lunch together, or a coffee or something, how dare you […]’ Giacomo (37, Italian, housekeeper […]

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The Tragedy of Brexit: Pro-European Mobilisation After the Referendum

By Verena Brändle, Charlotte Galpin and Hans-Jörg Trenz On 25th March 2017, a pro-EU march – the March for Europe – took place in London, with crowd estimates ranging from 50,000 to 100,000 participants. Similar, smaller-scale marches took place in other cities across the UK such as Edinburgh and Newcastle. The march was organised by ‘Unite […]

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