Posts Tagged ‘Brexit’

Brexit proofing Irish cities: buidling resilience through URBACT

As Phase 2 of Brexit talks look set to begin in early 2018, and as the UK strives to agree a new trade deal with the EU, it is timely to take stock of the challenges and risks which will confront Irish cities in the coming year and beyond as a result of the UKs […]

By Mark Boyle, on December 14th, 2017 at 15:26

Brexit culture

One month after Five UK cities submitted their bids to become European Capital of Culture 2023, the announcement by the European Commission, on November 23, that UK cities cannot be eligible has created a small storm in the UK’s Brexit teacup. Here is why Peter Ramsden considers that UK cities risk being sidelined in European policy making. […]

By Peter Ramsden, on December 11th, 2017 at 10:09

What effect will the Brexit vote have on UK Cities? A personal view.

 We are living in turbulent times. The British vote will change the map of Europe in more ways than one.  Already the two Treasury reports one short term, one long term prepared by the team under the leadership of the UK’s chief economist indicate that the effects will be severe and uneven. Although much criticised by […]

By Peter Ramsden, on July 1st, 2016 at 09:44