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Biedermann, Ferry (2024) Elections 2024 – political tribalism likely to trump the economy. Birmingham City University, Centre for Brexit Studies Blog.

Biedermann, Ferry (2024) A false dawn for Europe? Birmingham City University, Centre for Brexit Studies Blog.

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Hamourtziadou, Lily (2024) In 2024, let’s say goodbye to war. Birmingham City University, Centre for Brexit Studies Blog.

Hamourtziadou, Lily (2024) No longer ‘best placed to give us real security’. Why I won’t be voting Labour in the next general election. Birmingham City University, Centre for Brexit Studies Blog.

Hurtado, Nicholas (2024) The UK’s Unique Role in Achieving European Security Independence. Birmingham City University, Centre for Brexit Studies Blog.

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Kumodji, Bertha Dzifa (2024) “No Dependents Allowed, Only Skilled Workers”—the British Government said”. The impact of the new immigration policy (i.e., the five-point plan) on businesses and HR in a post-Brexit era: the implications for future talent in the UK Health and Social Care Sector. Birmingham City University, Centre for Brexit Studies Blog.

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McCabe, Steven (2024) Safeguarding the Union – Another Fudge? Birmingham City University, Centre for Brexit Studies Blog.

McCabe, Steven (2024) Troubled Waters…. Birmingham City University, Centre for Brexit Studies Blog.

McCabe, Steven (2024) What Next for Labour Leader ‘Steady Eddie’ Keir Starmer? Birmingham City University, Centre for Brexit Studies Blog.

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Nielsen, Beverley (2024) High Growth Scalers – solving the Productivity Conundrum in Malvern Hills. Birmingham City University, Centre for Brexit Studies Blog.

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Pryce, Vicky (2024) Can hybrid working survive a rise in unemployment in 2024? Birmingham City University, Centre for Brexit Studies Blog.

Pryce, Vicky (2024) Does the perceived deterioration in public services matter in an election year? Birmingham City University, Centre for Brexit Studies Blog.

Pryce, Vicky (2024) Growth- what growth? Birmingham City University, Centre for Brexit Studies Blog.

Pryce, Vicky (2024) The UK economy on a knife edge as we enter election year. Birmingham City University, Centre for Brexit Studies Blog.

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