Professor Simon Usherwood

Professor Simon Usherwood

Total 123 Posts
  • Guildford, UK.
Professor at the University of Surrey. All aspects of Brexit and EU-UK relations, plus some learning and teaching.

Once more, with feeling.

3 min read
It’s hard to shake the feeling that we’ve been here before. But what are we getting Brexit done for?

Laying the groundwork.

3 min read
Five years on from the 2015 General Election that set the entire Brexit process into stone, we remain no closer to a coherent plan from Number 10, now on its third occupant.

Negotiation theory and extending transition.

4 min read
The return of Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings to Number 10 has seen a significant ramping-up of the British rhetoric on the negotiations around the future partnership with the EU.

Extending the transition period: Government nonsense.

2 min read
Professor Simon Usherwood on the latest Number 10 line on not extending the post-Brexit transition during the coronavirus pandemic.

Expertise and policy.

3 min read
To Professor Simon Usherwood, coronavirus is almost the perfect antithesis of Brexit.

Is there a case for not extending transition?

5 min read
As much as people talk about Brexit at all right now, much of what you hear is the cry that an extension of the Withdrawal Agreement’s transition period must happen.

Quantity has a quality of its own.

3 min read
If there is a lesson to be drawn from the coronavirus crisis, then it is that we live connected lives and that our actions (and inactions) have consequences for others, Professor Simon Usherwood writes.
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