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Brexit Britain
Author: Andrew Gamble and Scott Lavery
Date:29 March 2017
Reform or Reject?
Author: Policy Network and Open Britain
Date:07 March 2017
After Brexit
Author: Andrew Duff
Date:12 October 2016
Could Brexit offer a fresh start for both Britain and Europe?
Community: Discovering Ties That Bind
Author: Frans Timmermans
Date:20 May 2016
How must Europeans respond to growing threats to the peace, security and liberty of all?
Britain's special status in Europe
Author: Andrew Duff
Date:03 March 2016
A Policy Network paper examining how the UK's renegotiated settlement will affect the future of the EU
Britain's EU renegotiation: The view from our partners
Date:09 October 2015
This paper aims to provide an objective assessment of where the UK's main partners stand at the start of David Cameron's renegotiation discussions, and what concessions these partners would likely contemplate
British Political Parties in Europe
Author: Renaud Thillaye
Date:02 April 2014
This new Policy Network paper investigates how successful political parties have been at using the power of European politics. By analysing the voting patterns of British MEPs during the last European Parliament’s mandate (2009-2014), it highlights how often Conservatives, Labour, Lib Dems and UKIP participated in winning coalitions and have influenced policymaking in 15 of the European Parliament's most important decisions.

Britain’s Financial Services Industry in a Changing Europe
Author: Policy Network
Date:12 December 2013
Financial services are the focal point of the debate about Britain’s future in the EU. The sovereign debt and banking crises have accelerated integration in the Eurozone, a trend often seen as alien to British interests. The position of the City as the main financial services centre in Europe has become uncertain.
Gearing EU Governance towards Future Growth
Author: Renaud Thillaye
Date:14 March 2013
The side-lining of Europe 2020 and its worrying consequences. The Europe 2020 Strategy should not be considered as a ‘good-weather strategy’ only.  The EU has to find a sense of purpose again.
On Governing Europe
Author: Andrew Duff
Date:24 September 2012
The future of banking, fiscal, and political union - and what it means for the UK

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