Month: May 2018

Labouring the issue

Posted on 31 May 2018 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

Much media and academic attention on Brexit has understandably focussed on the external dimension: the complex negotiations between the UK and the EU over withdrawal and a future relationship. A great deal has also concentrated on the difficult internal politics at Westminster – with Theresa May’s government, lacking a parliamentary majority and deeply internally divided,
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The future of Welsh fisheries

Posted on 1 May 2018 by Mair Bell

A new report for the Wales Centre for Public Policy authored by Griffin Carpenter and Chris Williams of the New Economics Foundation (NEF) and Suzannah Walmsley of ABPmer, looks at the implications of leaving the EU and the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) for fishing opportunities in Wales. The report argues that there are three main axes of risk and reward presented
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