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    Birmingham Faces Jaguar Land Rover Cuts

    Having already cut production in its plant on Merseyside, the Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) plant in Birmingham is having its production lines reduced, in part over fears of uncertainty regarding Brexit.

    Written by Tom Leaman on 21st February 2018


    Imperial College London to Continue Receiving EU Funding After Brexit

    The imminent consequences of Brexit are said to pose a potential threat to the relationship between British and European academics.

    Written by Sophie Woodley on 12th February 2018


    News Analysis: Will Modern Languages Flourish or Flounder in a Post-Brexit Britain?

    A report recently released by the British Academy outlines the pressures the Higher Education sector is set to face after the UK has left the EU

    Written by Redbrick on 13th December 2017


    News Analysis: Could Brexit Threaten Academic Conferences?

    Tightened immigration policies post-Brexit could make it difficult for international academics to obtain visas and attend conferences in the UK

    Written by Guest Author on 19th October 2017


    London Unites For Europe

    On Saturday, an estimated 100,000 people from across the UK gathered to ‘Unite for Europe’ and protest against Britain’s withdrawal from the EU

    Written by Gino Spocchia on 29th March 2017


    EU Workers Must Stay, Oxford Heads Warn May

    Thirty-five Oxford college heads have appealed to the Prime Minister, Theresa May, for the guaranteed security of EU workers, in the wake of Britain’s exit from the European Union

    Written by Josh Hamilton on 22nd March 2017


    Brexit May Make Some University Courses ‘Unviable’

    With EU funding to end and the number of international students from the EU expected to fall, many Scottish university courses may not have enough students to continue being taught and one third of British universities might be under threat

    Written by John Wimperis on 30th November 2016


    West Midland MEPs Admit Uncertainty Over Brexit Impact

    Two West Midland MEPs answered questions on post-Brexit Britain at a political debate at the Library of Birmingham. These included EU research grants, student exchange programs and the status of EU citizens in the UK.

    Written by Joseph Timan on 30th November 2016


    ‘Brexit is the catalyst needed’ according to Russell Group Chair

    The Chair of the Russell Group, Sir David Greenaway, believes that Brexit is the catalyst needed for British universities to become more global and outward facing

    Written by Muhammad Rahim on 26th November 2016
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