A collection of voices from the University of Sussex on the EU referendum
The curious absence of services trade
With exports worth £220 billion to the UK economy, we need to make sure that Brexit discussions don't ignore services.
A special deal for the car industry
Dr Peter Holmes reveals different options for a post-Brexit deal for the car industry.
President Trump and Brexit
Professor L. Alan Winters explores what impact Donald Trump's election victory might have on UK trading arrangements.
Negotiating the UK’s post-Brexit trade arrangements
The ideal trading partner is rich, large, similar and next door, argues Professor L. Alan Winters.
Brexit and the regions: a lighter shade of dark
Professor L. Alan Winters suggests that Brexit could rebalance the UK economy away from London and the South East.
Standing up for the judges
Professor Susan Millns speaks up for the judiciary following a recent High Court ruling on Brexit.
What does an inclusive UK trade policy look like?
A UK trade policy that 'works for everyone' is going to be immensely difficult to achieve, writes Professor Steve McGuire.
A Brexit reality check in Stockholm
The views of trade specialists in Sweden should serve as a reality check ahead of Brexit negotiations, according to Professor L. Alan Winters
Brexit: the lawyer's first 100 days
Professor Erika Szyszczak explains that with no pre-nup, our divorce from the EU is a legal battleground.
UK-Australia trade deal useful as a warm-up for tougher negotiations
Doing a deal down under could prove a useful warm-up for UK trade negotiators, says Dr Michael Gasiorek.
Leaving the EU Customs Union: What is the issue?
Liam Fox MP has suggested that the UK should leave the EU trade bloc before Brexit - here's why that wouldn't be a good idea.
Heaven or Hell? Brexit legal issues analysed through 'Hotel California' lyrics
Professor Erika Szyszczak examines the challenges the UK will face in negotiating a trade deal with the EU - with help from The Eagles.
Delaying trade negotiations would cost billions – in the best-case scenario
Dr Emily Lydgate explains why the UK should begin trade negotiations with the EU as soon as possible.
Anti-corruption after Brexit: What is left of David Cameron's legacy?
Professor Dan Hough explores whether Brexit could harm the UK's efforts to tackle corruption at home and abroad.
Brexit: The Case for Illegitimacy
Professor Gerard Delanty suggests that the Brexit vote could be seen as illegitimate, as it does not serve the national interest.
What does Brexit mean for women?
Women's rights could be at risk if we leave the EU, explains Professor Susan Millns.
Brexitania and Democracy
While some have labelled the EU as 'undemocratic', Professor Gerard Delanty suggests that the UK has its own problems with democracy.
'No special deals': The impacts of Brexit at home and abroad
Sussex alumnus Professor Nick Allen gives a European perspective on the likely repercussions of the Brexit vote.
Brexit and the Greek Referendum
Professor Jane Cowan argues that the UK referendum story began a year ago with another referendum in Greece.
Then and now
From triumph to disaster for football and politics alike
Professor Ivor Gaber takes stock of what has become of England since the country's historic 1966 World Cup win.
Re-nationalisation in the wake of Brexit: The case for renewable energy
Dr Emily Lydgate argues that Brexit was a vote against globalisation, and suggests that local industries such as renewable energy need more support from the Government.
Breaking down Brexit: How the UK voted
Professor Paul Webb analyses voting patterns across the UK, concluding that the country is deeply divided along a number of fault lines.
A decision that leaves us with so many unknowns
Professor Ivor Gaber sets out the seven major issues facing the UK following its vote to leave the EU.
Can opinion polls ever be accurate? Probably not
Professor Enrico Scalas and Dr Nicos Georgiou explain that working out the national mood through opinion polls is far from simple.
1982 or 2016?
Are these statements about Europe from 1982 or 2016? Take our quiz.
Think Brexit would mean lower immigration? Think again.
Dr James Hampshire challenges the view that a vote to leave the EU would reduce the level of immigration into the UK.
What can the 80s tell us about the EU Referendum?
Dr Lucy Robinson discusses the Mass Observation project and what it can tell us about ordinary people's views on the EU Referendum.
What if the EU Referendum vote is a dead heat?
Dr Sue Collard explores what would happen if the end result in the EU Referendum was too close to call.
Brexiters Can’t Keep Moving the Goalposts
Professor Dan Hough reflects on a recent 'twitterstorm' and what it says about the tactics of the Leave campaign.
No ‘magic bullet’ for the regenerative medicine industry if we leave the EU
Professor Alex Faulkner warns that leaving the EU could harm Britain's position as a leader in the field of regenerative medicine.
Leave or stay, EU vote will affect every aspect of life
Professor Ivor Gaber argues that the EU Referendum vote is the most important decision the British have ever been asked to make.
Young people won't vote - The Conservatives have put them off politics
Abe Baldry, President of the University of Sussex Students' Union argues that attempts to engage millennials in the EU referendum have been patronising, misdirected and twenty years too late.
Britain could be a key global player if it stays in the EU
Dr Mark Walters comments that Britain could become the most powerful nation on the planet - if it remains in the European Union.
Thousands of British expats excluded from voting in the EU referendum
Dr Sue Collard explores a recent court case in which two British expats were denied the right to vote in the EU Referendum.
Football across the continent has been revolutionised by the EU
European football has been affected by the EU - but not in the way that Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce has suggested.
Can Rooney decide the vote?
Professor Dan Hough explores football's historical influence on critical votes, and casts an eye to this summer's European Championship. Could England's performance on the pitch affect the ballot?
How we're getting students to vote in the Referendum
Abe Baldry, President of the University of Sussex Students' Union, explains why some young people are turning away from politics, and what can be done to tackle the issue.
What would Brexit mean for UK energy efficiency policy?
The EU plays an important role in achieving a more sustainable, modern and fairer energy system for the UK, argues Dr Jan Rosenow.
Is this Blair’s referendum?
Tory in-fighting suggests this is Cameron's referendum. But Dr Kai Opperman and Professor Paul Taggart argue that June's big vote is as much Blair's legacy as Cameron's.
Economics - Video
Economic sovereignty: who governs our economy? Professor Alan Winters explains the economics at the heart of Brexit.
“Why I’m pro-Europe, and why students should vote”
Free trade, free movement, and the common good. Third year Law and American Studies student Alice Lomas argues why we should vote for Europe.
“Why I think It’s time to go”
Will Saunders, second year Politics student, argues in favour of self-governance, dismantles some pro-European myths, and urges fellow students to vote.
Six things we know about referendums
What we know about historic votes, and how this can help predict June's result.
Sussex debates the EU Referendum
The University of Sussex has hosted debates and discussions on the EU Referendum both on and off campus, giving staff, students and the general public a chance to hear from big names in the 'Leave' and 'Remain' campaigns.
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"Brexit and the regions: a lighter shade of dark" - Photo courtesy of West Midlands Police (CC BY-SA 2.0)
"Brexit: The lawyer's first 100 days" - Photo courtesy of istock.com/Gutzemberg
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"'Running the gauntlet': Why delaying EU-UK trade negotiations would cost billions – in the best-case scenario" - Photo courtesy of the WTO (CC BY-SA 2.0)
"Anti-corruption after Brexit: What is left of David Cameron's legacy?" - Photo courtesy of Daniel Chapma (CC BY 2.0)
"Brexit: The case for illegitimacy" - Photo courtesy of Feral78 (CC BY 2.0)
"Brexit and the Greek Referendum" - photo courtesy of Ggia (CC BY-SA 4.0)
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