Monthly Archives: October 2016

Waiting for the mutual “mess-up” – Reassessing the Theresa May-Nicola Sturgeon Relationship

  On the 23 of June this year, 52% of the British electorate voted in favour of leaving the European Union (EU). This decision, however, revealed the divisive nature of the referendum topic. While majorities in England and Wales voted … Continue reading

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The First EUEve Workshop, Aston University, 20 September 2016

The first EUEve workshop (UACES CRN Europe and the Everyday) took place on the 20th September at Aston University, Birmingham. The workshop offered an inter-disciplinary analysis of the everyday politics of the EU and Europeanization, and investigated how Europe is … Continue reading

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