Professor Simon Usherwood

Professor Simon Usherwood

Total 126 Posts
  • Guildford, UK.
Professor at the University of Surrey. All aspects of Brexit and EU-UK relations, plus some learning and teaching.

Settling in for transition.

2 min read
Transition remains the Cinderella of Brexit: unnoticed by the ugly sisters of Withdrawal and the New Relationship, but actually rather important.

What ever happened to Euroscepticism?

3 min read
One of the defining features of British politics in recent decades has been the critical discussion of European integration. And this election was called because of a major issue about the EU. So surely this is the apotheosis of Euroscepticism?

Brexit: What have we learnt so far?

4 min read
Last week’s election appears to be bringing the first phase of Brexit towards a close.

The (not so) strange death of European policy, Part III

2 min read
Professor Simon Usherwood asking whether there is much expression of Euroscepticism in the General Election campaign.

Lack of unity across the Eurosceptic Movement.

2 min read
Professor Simon Usherwood on the Brexit Party resignations — This is a structural problem for Eurosceptics.

The (not so) strange death of European policy, Part II

4 min read
Professor Simon Usherwood coding manifestos to gauge the exposure of party programmes to the EU.

The (not so) strange death of European policy, Part I

3 min read
Just at the point where a more thoughtful politics and debate about the EU and what its role in building the UK that we want is most relevant, the less we actually talk about it.
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