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Britain heading for a 'diplomatic bust-up' as EU 'does not want Brexit to run smoothly'

Britain heading for a 'diplomatic bust-up' as EU 'does not want Brexit to run smoothly' | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it

Britain should prepare for a serious diplomatic bust-up with Brussels during the forthcoming Brexit negotiations, a top professor warned.

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Professor Matthew Goodwin is a senior research fellow at the ESRC funded 'The UK in a Changing Europe' initiative.

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If you want to fix Britain's economy, there's one word you need to remember

If you want to fix Britain's economy, there's one word you need to remember | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it

And it isn't "infrastructure". 

Since last Tuesday's speech, the economic implications of Theresa May's Brexit strategy have been the subject of furious debate. Will leaving the single market harm growth or will new trade deals with other countries make up the difference?

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This article refers to analysis by Matthew Goodwin, one of the nine senior fellows at the ESRC funded The UK in a Changing Europe

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Ukip may be reduced to infighting. But an appetite for its policies persists 

Ukip may be reduced to infighting. But an appetite for its policies persists  | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it

Farage and Carswell’s spats have overtaken moves to develop a broader offer. Issues like immigration, however, remain at the top of voters’ concerns

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Article written by Matthew Goodwin from the ESRC-funded The UK in a Changing Europe

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Poorer voters' worries on immigration fuelled Brexit vote, study finds

Poorer voters' worries on immigration fuelled Brexit vote, study finds | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it

The vote for Brexit was fuelled by poorer voters feeling they had very little control over immigration, coupled with a more general mistrust of politicians and officials, according to new research into attitudes before the referendum.

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Professor Matthew Goodwin, politics professor at the University of Kent, is one of the senior research fellows participating in the ESRC funded UK in a Changing Europe.

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