Professor David Bates looks at the character of new Prime Minister Boris Johnson through the prism of political theory.
As we edge closer to ‘Brexit Day,’ Dr Laura Cashman writes about how a feminist analysis can help us look at the issues from an alternative point of view, where the personal is always political.
Dr Susan Kenyon explains how lessons learnt from operation stack needs to be used for a county-wide transport plan in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Dr Soeren Keil looks at how Brexit is changing the political landscape.
Dr Paula Stone explores why she thinks the Government’s policies are affecting children, as a new report outlines more than four million in the UK are now living in poverty.
Dr Daniel O’Donoghue examines what will become of regional planning policy after Brexit
With recent media interest on both the record growth of inbound tourism and the fall in popularity of modern languages study at A-level, Dr Karen Thomas and Dr Julie Scott, review how far home-grown talent can meet the future needs of the inbound tourism industry for linguists.
Professor Amelia Hadfield looks at how the question of EU membership continues to divide the Conservative Party and how these divisions could impact upon a future Brexit deal.
Professor Amelia Hadfield looks at how the recent Government defeat in the Lords on the EU Withdrawal Bill impacts on the future of the Irish border.
As the EU Withdrawal Bill once again comes under the scrutiny of Parliament, Professor Amelia Hadfield looks at the power play between the regions and Westminster.