Brexit poses a particular challenge to Scottish universities given the particular importance of EU funding, EU students and EU staff.
The next UK General Election will be held on 8 June 2017 – just over 2 years since the last one despite the establishment of 5 year parliamentary terms under the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011. The argument made by Prime Minister Theresa May was that this was, “…the only way to guarantee certainty and security for yearsContinue reading “Electioneering versus Governing”
Students from our MPA programme visited Brussels in late March 2017.
Let’s focus on the things we can change, embrace the opportunities that we have to make change happen, and celebrate the fact that we all can make a difference.
Change is an emotional process. Any change whether personal, organisational or indeed constitutional is likely to feed into our hopes, dreams, anxieties or fears. The extent to which change can be an emotional process is particularly apparent when we are not in control of the change process. So it is for over 48% of the UKContinue reading “The Emotional Impact of Brexit”