Brexit: Rethinking Britain and its regions

Brexit: Rethinking Britain and its regions

The future for a nation in flux.

The future for a nation in flux.

How will Brexit shape UK public policy and how will its regions and devolved legislatures respond? The UK’s exit will have profound and varying impacts on different parts of the country, from the UK’s withdrawal from EU farm subsidies, to questions around regional funding.  

Brexit also means Britain will have far more latitude to develop its own industrial strategy and designate areas of focus – from the Northern Powerhouse to the Midlands Engine.

Read how the landscape is set to change and how you can be ready for it.

 

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