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Brexit North: Securing a united voice at the negotiating table

We need a Northern Brexit Negotiating Committee to consider and advocate for the type of Brexit that the north of England needs, just as other parts of the country will. This paper discusses the...

01/10/2016
Publication Power & politics IPPR North

If Brexit means Brexit how, in Scotland, can Remain mean Remain?

It’s only a month since the EU referendum vote, but in that time it feels like many of the foundations on which stood a generation or two of political certainties have been removed. This feeling may...

24/07/2016
Blog post Power & politics IPPR Scotland

The top of the in-tray: Memos to Theresa May's new ministers

To welcome the new ministers of Theresa May's government to office, IPPR presents a series of memos to the incoming heads of some key departments, setting out our views on the vital issues they face...

15/07/2016
Blog post Power & politics Expert comment

What new deal should we strike with the EU?

The most critical job for Theresa May’s government will be to strike a new deal with the EU. She has said that ‘there is clearly no mandate for a deal that involves accepting the free movement of...

13/07/2016
Blog post Power & politics

What must happen now: the IPPR plan

This morning I was very pleased to kick off IPPR's series of speaking events on the future of Britain in Europe. Our series will bring together significant figures from across the political spectrum...

29/06/2016
Blog post Power & politics

In Scotland, the future is all yellow

To Aberdeen, city of granite and oil, for the SNP conference, the last of the season. Since the independence referendum, the fortunes of the SNP have risen as sharply as the oil price has fallen....

16/10/2015
Blog post Party conferences Scotland Expert comment Power & politics

The Tory paradox: A sharp suit hung on old bones

Like a Roman army massed beneath a triumphal arch, the Conservative party met under the broad curve of Manchester’s G-Mex centre for its annual conference this week. The swagger of a party in...

09/10/2015
Blog post Power & politics Expert comment