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Brexit Britain
Author: Andrew Gamble and Scott Lavery
Date:29 March 2017
European Union Financial Regulation, Banking Union, Capital Markets Union and the UK
Author: Lucia Quaglia
Date:25 January 2017
A paper examining the dynamics of EU financial regulation, Banking Union and Capital Markets Union reform focusing on the preferences and influence of the UK in the policy process
EU economic governance after Brexit
Author: Lucia Quaglia & Waltraud Schelkle
Date:29 November 2016
A policy brief focusing on on how fragmented political and economic interests have been shaping EU economic policymaking
The impact of Brexit on the City and the British economic model
Author: Helen Thompson & Leila Simona Talani
Date:18 July 2016
A policy brief focusing on the tensions between the City and democratic politics, and
the challenges for the future of the City posed by last month's Brexit vote
Young people at risk: Challenges and policy options for the UK
Author: Daniel Sage
Date:15 April 2016
What lessons can the UK learn from its EU partners to help tackle disadvantage and social exclusion among young people?
Mixed feelings: Britain's conflicted attitudes to the EU before the referendum
Author: Sofia Vasilopoulou
Date:07 September 2015

This paper aims to provide a detailed picture of how Britons think about the EU. It shows that there is significant variation in UK support for different EU policies. Beyond economic calculations, emotions also form a key component of people's attitudes towards the EU.

Mutual endeavour
Author: Patrick Diamond, Frank Field & Jonathan Todd
Date:17 February 2015
Labour should support an increase in national insurance contributions allocated to a new fund for the NHS and reconfigure the NHS contributory base along progressive lines
The Next British Centre-Left
Author: Patrick Diamond & Michael Kenny
Date:12 March 2012
Patrick Diamond and Michael Kenny strongly urge the Labour Partyto adopt a more realist, long-term and coalition-building political strategy if they are to succeed at the next general election.

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