The Centre for European Studies (CEFEUS) at Canterbury Christ Church University has today released a briefing on the risks associated with British withdrawal from the European Union.
On 7 July, at the Institute for Government in London, Dr Alexandra Kelso (University of Southampton) and Dr Mark Bennister (Canterbury Christ Church University) will present the findings of their new research on the Liaison Committee and its role in guaranteeing prime ministerial accountability.
Guest blogger: Dr Ben Worthy, Lecturer in Politics, Birkbeck College, University of London
The UK’s EU referendum has turned into a series of threats against Cameron himself. The weekend was dominated by swirling rumours about Conservative MPs plotting to remove their leader with talk of plots of 50 MPs, (metaphorical) ‘stabbing in the front’ and letters to the 1922 committee.
Politics and International Relations at Canterbury Christ Church University in the top 30 of the Guardian University Guide
This year Politics and International Relations at Canterbury Christ Church University celebrated its tenth anniversary.
ERIS – European Review of International Studies has published its latest issue!
We invite you to review the Table of Contents below, and then visit the website to review articles and items of interest.
Dr Amelia Hadfield, Jean Monnet Chair in European Foreign Affairs, and Director of the Centre for European Studies here at Canterbury Christ Church University has just been named one of the top 40 female academic experts on the European Union,
On 4 May the second Liaison Committee evidence session with the Prime Minister since the May 2015 general election focused solely on the EU Referendum.
CEFEUS Director Dr Amelia Hadfield appeared on Lembit Opik’s radio show on BBC Radio Kent last Sunday (8th May) to discuss the results of the local elections and the current state-of-play in British politics. Dr Hadfield is a frequent contributor to Lembit’s programme and is regularly called upon to discuss current political issues in Britain and Europe.
By Paul Anderson, PhD Candidate in Politics at Canterbury Christ Church University
This is a guest post by Dr Mark Bannister, Senior Lecturer in Politics, Canterbury Christ Church University