IIEA Membership Details

Prices and Gift Cards

Sign Up to the IIEA Monthly Newsletter

Sitemap Find what you need quickly

Close

Blogs

Brexit Brief Issue 05

01 Apr 2016

Download the fifth issue of the IIEA Brexit Brief

With three months to go to polling day on 23 June, the referendum campaign in the UK is gaining momentum day-by-day. The fifth issue of the IIEA Brexit Brief examines the evolving debate; discusses the deepening political divisions in the UK and the mixed fortunes of the campaign groups; and highlights some recent publications of interest.

Brexit Brief, published by the IIEA’s UK Project Group, covers developments in the on-going debate in the United Kingdom – and between the UK and the other EU Member States – on the UK’s negotiations over its membership of the Union.

The Brief is part of a wider communications programme covering the work of the IIEA’s UK Project Group – involving commentaries, speeches, texts and event reports – which will be highlighted on the Institute website.


As an independent forum, the Institute does not express any opinions of its own. The views expressed in the article are the sole responsibility of the author.


Tags:

Posted in: Brexit | 0 comments

No comments

Post comment

 

Post a Comment

Name
Message
If you register as a user, you will be able to post comments without this CAPTCHA.
Type text into the box
 
Please keep your comments on the topic of the content, and avoid including links to external sites that are off-topic. Comments are moderated; those that are offensive, contain spam or are off-topic will not be published. There may be a delay between comments being submitted and comments being posted due to the moderation process, but we will keep this delay to a minimum. Such a delay does not automatically mean we have ignored or rejected your comment. Our aim is to build a community with online users who are informed and engage in healthy discussion. The IIEA does not accept any responsibility for any statement posted by a member on www.iiea.com. View the full comment guidelines and conditions here.
RSS RSS Feed

Latest Entries

Sort by Theme

Sort by Authors

Sort by Tags

Search Blog Archive