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Namibia Economist
Neither rigged nor fairmind. As a result, they are incentivised to demand a higher absolute amount to
Neither rigged nor fair
Namibia Economist / Posted 3 hours ago
mind. As a result, they are incentivised to demand a higher absolute amount to compensate. Research by Sandy Pepper of the London School of Economics shows that the typical discount rate that managers apply to deferred bonuses is 30%, far in excess... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
'Brexit': What happens nextfrom the European Union. What happens now is "a leap into the unknown," accordi
'Brexit': What happens next
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 16 hours ago
from the European Union. What happens now is "a leap into the unknown," according to a report on "Life After Brexit" by the London School of Economics. Here’s what is most likely to happen next: They'll talk about it Leaders of the European Union... Read more
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Quartz
Brexiters who argued they’d be more “free” didn’t really understand the philosophy of freedomof London. In the fuller sense of the idea, the UK and its people had more free
Brexiters who argued they’d be more “free” didn’t really understand the philosophy of freedom
Quartz / Posted 20 hours ago
of London. In the fuller sense of the idea, the UK and its people had more freedom within the EU. In a blog post for the London School of Economics on the subject, Papazoglou explains how the 20th-century philosopher Isaiah Berlin set out two... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Racist undercurrent alleged in UK vote to ditch EUand stopping the hordes of migrants was worth the economic hit," said Brian Kla
Racist undercurrent alleged in UK vote to ditch EU
News 24 South Africa / Posted yesterday
and stopping the hordes of migrants was worth the economic hit," said Brian Klaas, a fellow in comparative politics at the London School of Economics. "This is a global moment of fear," Klaas said, drawing comparisons to the rise of the... Read more
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Boise Weekly
How Will Brexit Change Life in the UK, Europe and Elsewhere?residents. Many Polish workers are “afraid of what Brexit might bring,” says R
How Will Brexit Change Life in the UK, Europe and Elsewhere?
Boise Weekly / Posted yesterday
residents. Many Polish workers are “afraid of what Brexit might bring,” says Roch Dunin-Wasowicz, a sociologist at the London School of Economics who has researched Polish workers in England. “Those who have lived here for more than five years... Read more
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Rappler
Fil-Brit voters react to Brexita late poll showed their camp was ahead. "It is unbelievable," said Michael Ne
Fil-Brit voters react to Brexit
Rappler / Posted yesterday
a late poll showed their camp was ahead. "It is unbelievable," said Michael Needham, a Filipino-British student at the London School of Economics and Political Science. DISAPPOINTED. Filipino-British Michael Needham says there is no convincing... Read more
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Salon.com
Racist undercurrent alleged in UK vote to ditch EUand stopping the hordes of migrants was worth the economic hit,” said Brian Kla
Racist undercurrent alleged in UK vote to ditch EU
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
and stopping the hordes of migrants was worth the economic hit,” said Brian Klaas, a fellow in comparative politics at the London School of Economics. “This is a global moment of fear,” Klaas said, drawing comparisons to the rise of the... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Soha Ali Khan gives it back, shuts Twitter trolls with just one tweeteconomy, stop doing drama.” Slamming her detractors, Soha, who has a Masters d
Soha Ali Khan gives it back, shuts Twitter trolls with just one tweet
Decclan Chronicle / Posted yesterday
economy, stop doing drama.” Slamming her detractors, Soha, who has a Masters degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science, wrote, “LSE doesn’t stand for the London School of Entertainment and dumb... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland household budgets likely to be hit by rise in food prices and higher taxationattacked the cost of the UK's contributions to the EU budget - £17bn a year gro
Northern Ireland household budgets likely to be hit by rise in food prices and higher taxation
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
attacked the cost of the UK's contributions to the EU budget - £17bn a year gross, or £8bn a year net. However, the London School of Economics expects the economy to be smaller by between 6.3% and 9.5% than if we stayed a member of the... Read more
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EuroNews
In the wake of Brexit, who is tipped for the UK’s top spot?Secretary Theresa May is also said to have Conservative leadership ambitions.
In the wake of Brexit, who is tipped for the UK’s top spot?
EuroNews / Posted yesterday
Secretary Theresa May is also said to have Conservative leadership ambitions. Tony Travers, Director of Research Centre at London School of Economics suggested everything was to play for: “It’s worth remembering with the Conservative party that... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
After the Brexit vote, the aftershocks: Get ready for more appeals to populismof quitting the EU. When the official count came in – at almost precisely midni
After the Brexit vote, the aftershocks: Get ready for more appeals to populism
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
of quitting the EU. When the official count came in – at almost precisely midnight local time – the room fell silent at the London School of Economics, where minutes earlier a trio of political scientists had been cheerfully offering views on what... Read more
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The Advocate
'Uncertainty' surrounds Louisiana’s ninth-largest trade partner, major in-state investor following Brexitthe International Monetary Fund has said the British economy could shrink 5 per
'Uncertainty' surrounds Louisiana’s ninth-largest trade partner, major in-state investor following Brexit
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
the International Monetary Fund has said the British economy could shrink 5 percent because of its EU secession. The London School of Economics estimated that middle-class families face the loss of 4 percent of their income. Another... Read more
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The Advocate
'Uncertainty' surrounds Louisiana’s ninth-largest trade partner, major in-state investor following Brexitthe International Monetary Fund has said the British economy could shrink 5 per
'Uncertainty' surrounds Louisiana’s ninth-largest trade partner, major in-state investor following Brexit
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
the International Monetary Fund has said the British economy could shrink 5 percent because of its EU secession. The London School of Economics estimated that middle-class families face the loss of 4 percent of their income. Another... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Non-E.U. nations divided in their reaction to Brexitin an increasingly xenophobic EU no longer holds the same allure, says Denisa K
Non-E.U. nations divided in their reaction to Brexit
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
in an increasingly xenophobic EU no longer holds the same allure, says Denisa Kostovicova, a Balkans specialist at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Indeed, countries in the region will be looking for an alternative future,... Read more
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The Advocate
'Uncertainty' surrounds Louisiana’s ninth-largest trade partner, major in-state investor following Brexitthe International Monetary Fund has said the British economy could shrink 5 per
'Uncertainty' surrounds Louisiana’s ninth-largest trade partner, major in-state investor following Brexit
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
the International Monetary Fund has said the British economy could shrink 5 percent because of its EU secession. The London School of Economics estimated that middle-class families face the loss of 4 percent of their income. Another... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Dow plunges 650 points as U.K. ‘earthquake’ crushes global marketssaid Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was
Dow plunges 650 points as U.K. ‘earthquake’ crushes global markets
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted yesterday
said Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was watching the results come in at the London School of Economics, where the mood was very nervous. Most of those attending — and most expert economists — wanted... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
US stocks end sharply lower after British vote to leave the EUsaid Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was
US stocks end sharply lower after British vote to leave the EU
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 2 days ago
said Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was watching the results come in at the London School of Economics, where the mood was very nervous. Most of those attending — and most expert economists — wanted... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Dow plunges over 600 points as U.K. 'earthquake' crushes global marketssaid Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was
Dow plunges over 600 points as U.K. 'earthquake' crushes global markets
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 2 days ago
said Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was watching the results come in at the London School of Economics, where the mood was very nervous. Most of those attending -- and most expert economists -- wanted... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
Dow plummets 611 points following U.K. vote to leave European Unionsaid Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was
Dow plummets 611 points following U.K. vote to leave European Union
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted 2 days ago
said Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was watching the results come in at the London School of Economics, where the mood was very nervous. Most of those attending — and most expert economists — wanted... Read more
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The Advocate
'Uncertainty' surrounds Louisiana’s ninth-largest trade partner, major in-state investor following Brexitmarkets. In published reports, the International Monetary Fund has said the Br
'Uncertainty' surrounds Louisiana’s ninth-largest trade partner, major in-state investor following Brexit
The Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
markets. In published reports, the International Monetary Fund has said the British economy could shrink 5 percent. The London School of Economics estimated that middle-class families face the loss of 4 percent of their income. Prime Minister... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
'Brexit': What happens nextfrom the European Union. What happens now is "a leap into the unknown," accordi
'Brexit': What happens next
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 2 days ago
from the European Union. What happens now is "a leap into the unknown," according to a report on "Life After Brexit" by the London School of Economics. Here’s what is most likely to happen next: They'll talk about it Leaders of the European Union... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
Dow plunges 500 points as U.K. ‘earthquake’ crushes global marketssaid Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was
Dow plunges 500 points as U.K. ‘earthquake’ crushes global markets
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 2 days ago
said Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was watching the results come in at the London School of Economics, where the mood was very nervous. Most of those attending — and most expert economists — wanted... Read more
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The Hill
Sanders is right: Eliminate superdelegateswas an aide to former Sen. Lloyd Bentsen (D-Texas) and former Chief Deputy Majo
Sanders is right: Eliminate superdelegates
The Hill / Posted 2 days ago
was an aide to former Sen. Lloyd Bentsen (D-Texas) and former Chief Deputy Majority Whip Bill Alexander (D-Ark.). He holds an LL.M. degree in international financial law from the London School of Economics. Contact him at brentb... Read more
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J Weekly
Talking with … A man who spins shoes out of woolyou and Tim Brown played soccer in college — he later played professionally for
Talking with … A man who spins shoes out of wool
J Weekly / Posted 2 days ago
you and Tim Brown played soccer in college — he later played professionally for New Zealand — before attending the London School of Economics. Did you meet through soccer or in the business world? Our paths never crossed in soccer. I met... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
'Brexit' is here: What happens nextfrom the European Union. What happens now is "a leap into the unknown," accordi
'Brexit' is here: What happens next
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 2 days ago
from the European Union. What happens now is "a leap into the unknown," according to a report on "Life After Brexit" by the London School of Economics. Here’s what is most likely to happen next: They'll talk about it Leaders of the European Union... Read more
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Evening Standard
'London could pay its way if it became independent after Brexit vote'if it chose to become independent after the EU referendum, a leading expert sai
'London could pay its way if it became independent after Brexit vote'
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
if it chose to become independent after the EU referendum, a leading expert said today. And Professor Tony Travers of the London School of Economics said the difference in voting between London and the rest of the country raised profound questions... Read more
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KTLA-TV Los Angeles
Dow Plunges 500 Points as U.K. ‘Brexit’ Vote Crushes Global Marketssaid Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was
Dow Plunges 500 Points as U.K. ‘Brexit’ Vote Crushes Global Markets
KTLA-TV Los Angeles / Posted 2 days ago
said Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was watching the results come in at the London School of Economics, where the mood was very nervous. Most of those attending — and most expert economists — wanted... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
'Brexit' is here: What happens nextfrom the European Union. What happens now is "a leap into the unknown," accordi
'Brexit' is here: What happens next
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 2 days ago
from the European Union. What happens now is "a leap into the unknown," according to a report on "Life After Brexit" by the London School of Economics. Here’s what is most likely to happen next: Leaders of the European Union leaders will hold a... Read more
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First Coast News
'Brexit' is here: What happens next?from the European Union. What happens now is "a leap into the unknown," accordi
'Brexit' is here: What happens next?
First Coast News / Posted 2 days ago
from the European Union. What happens now is "a leap into the unknown," according to a report on "Life After Brexit" by the London School of Economics. Here’s what is most likely to happen next: Leaders of the European Union leaders will hold a... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Dow plunges 500 points as U.K. 'earthquake' crushes global marketssaid Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was
Dow plunges 500 points as U.K. 'earthquake' crushes global markets
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 2 days ago
said Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was watching the results come in at the London School of Economics, where the mood was very nervous. Most of those attending -- and most expert economists -- wanted... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Dow plunges 500 points after UK votes to leave European Unionsaid Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was
Dow plunges 500 points after UK votes to leave European Union
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 2 days ago
said Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was watching the results come in at the London School of Economics, where the mood was very nervous. Most of those attending — and most expert economists — wanted... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
Dow plummets 500 points following U.K. vote to leave European Unionsaid Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was
Dow plummets 500 points following U.K. vote to leave European Union
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted 2 days ago
said Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was watching the results come in at the London School of Economics, where the mood was very nervous. Most of those attending — and most expert economists — wanted... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Dow plunges 500 points as U.K. ‘earthquake’ crushes global marketssaid Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was
Dow plunges 500 points as U.K. ‘earthquake’ crushes global markets
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 2 days ago
said Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was watching the results come in at the London School of Economics, where the mood was very nervous. Most of those attending — and most expert economists — wanted... Read more
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New York Post
Brexit might not actually mean Brexitthat final or dramatic? “The EU is a bit like the Hotel California in the Eagl
Brexit might not actually mean Brexit
New York Post / Posted 2 days ago
that final or dramatic? “The EU is a bit like the Hotel California in the Eagles song,” said Tim Oliver, a fellow at the London School of Economics’ IDEAS foreign policy think tank. “You can check out anytime but you never really leave.” Much of... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
U.S. stocks open sharply lower after Britain votes to leave EUsaid Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was
U.S. stocks open sharply lower after Britain votes to leave EU
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 2 days ago
said Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was watching the results come in at the London School of Economics, where the mood was very nervous. Most of those attending — and most expert economists — wanted... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Dow plunges 500 points as U.K. 'earthquake' crushes global marketssaid Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was
Dow plunges 500 points as U.K. 'earthquake' crushes global markets
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 2 days ago
said Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was watching the results come in at the London School of Economics, where the mood was very nervous. Most of those attending -- and most expert economists -- wanted... Read more
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NBC News
Now What? 'Political Instability' to Rock Divided U.K.instability in Britain for the next few months," according to Professor Damian
Now What? 'Political Instability' to Rock Divided U.K.
NBC News / Posted 2 days ago
instability in Britain for the next few months," according to Professor Damian Chalmers, an expert on EU law at the London School of Economics. The remaining 27 member states will meet to draw up "red lines" — issues on which they will not... Read more
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Brandon Sun
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leavethat final or dramatic? "The EU is a bit like the Hotel California in the Eagl
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leave
Brandon Sun / Posted 2 days ago
that final or dramatic? "The EU is a bit like the Hotel California in the Eagles song," said Tim Oliver, a fellow at the London School of Economics' IDEAS foreign policy think-tank . "You can check out anytime but you never really leave." Much... Read more
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11 News Houston
'Brexit' is here: What happens nextfrom the European Union. What happens now is "a leap into the unknown," accordi
'Brexit' is here: What happens next
11 News Houston / Posted 2 days ago
from the European Union. What happens now is "a leap into the unknown," according to a report on "Life After Brexit" by the London School of Economics. British Prime Minister David Cameron announced Friday that he would resign in the wake of his... Read more
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KTVB Boise
British PM David Cameron to step down after losing 'Brexit' votecurrent interior minister Theresa May and Stephen Crabb, a welfare minister. T
British PM David Cameron to step down after losing 'Brexit' vote
KTVB Boise / Posted 2 days ago
current interior minister Theresa May and Stephen Crabb, a welfare minister. Tony Tavers, a professor of politics at the London School of Economics, said Cameron will go down in history as the British leader who took the U.K. out of the EU, but... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
U.K. Referendum: Markets Plunge, Prime Minister Resignssaid Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was
U.K. Referendum: Markets Plunge, Prime Minister Resigns
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 2 days ago
said Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was watching the results come in at the London School of Economics, where the mood was very nervous. Most of those attending -- and most expert economists -- wanted... Read more
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dna
Soha Ali Khan slams trolls in the best possible wayher knowledge about economy. Slamming her detractors, Soha, who has a Masters
Soha Ali Khan slams trolls in the best possible way
dna / Posted 2 days ago
her knowledge about economy. Slamming her detractors, Soha, who has a Masters degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science, wrote, LSE doesn't stand for the London School of Entertainment and "dumb... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
U.K. ‘earthquake’ crushes global marketssaid Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was
U.K. ‘earthquake’ crushes global markets
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 2 days ago
said Vicky Pryce, an economist and former U.K. government official. Pryce was watching the results come in at the London School of Economics, where the mood was very nervous. Most of those attending — and most expert economists — wanted... Read more
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Philly.com
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leavethat final or dramatic? "The EU is a bit like the Hotel California in the Eagl
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leave
Philly.com / Posted 2 days ago
that final or dramatic? "The EU is a bit like the Hotel California in the Eagles song," said Tim Oliver, a fellow at the London School of Economics' IDEAS foreign policy think tank. "You can check out anytime but you never really leave." Much of... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leavethat final or dramatic? “The EU is a bit like the Hotel California in the Eagl
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leave
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 2 days ago
that final or dramatic? “The EU is a bit like the Hotel California in the Eagles song,” said Tim Oliver, a fellow at the London School of Economics’ IDEAS foreign policy think tank. “You can check out anytime but you never really leave.” Much of... Read more
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York Daily Record
'Brexit' is here: What happens nextKingdom voted to leave the European Union — for "Brexit." "It's a leap into th
'Brexit' is here: What happens next
York Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
Kingdom voted to leave the European Union — for "Brexit." "It's a leap into the unknown," according to a report by the London School of Economics, "Life After Brexit." Here’s what is likely to happen next. European Union leaders will hold a... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leavethat final or dramatic? "The EU is a bit like the Hotel California in the Eagl
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leave
News 24 South Africa / Posted 2 days ago
that final or dramatic? "The EU is a bit like the Hotel California in the Eagles song," said Tim Oliver, a fellow at the London School of Economics' IDEAS foreign policy think tank. "You can check out anytime but you never really leave." 'A... Read more
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The Hindu
Brexit — Britain’s historic EU referendumbeing produced. One expert says the ‘Remain’ side had suffered from “a degree o
Brexit — Britain’s historic EU referendum
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
being produced. One expert says the ‘Remain’ side had suffered from “a degree of complacency”. Tim Oliver, a fellow at the London School of Economics’ IDEAS foreign policy think tank says “the campaign failed to connect to ordinary people, seemed... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Historic 'Brexit' is here: What happens nextKingdom voted to leave the European Union — for "Brexit." "It's a leap into th
Historic 'Brexit' is here: What happens next
Detroit Free Press / Posted 2 days ago
Kingdom voted to leave the European Union — for "Brexit." "It's a leap into the unknown," according to a report by the London School of Economics, "Life After Brexit." Here’s what is likely to happen next. European Union leaders will hold a... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Frustration and rocky ties: The build-up to Britain’s divorce with EUis a hostile, sceptical and largely domestic one that has helped drive euroscep
Frustration and rocky ties: The build-up to Britain’s divorce with EU
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 2 days ago
is a hostile, sceptical and largely domestic one that has helped drive euroscepticism in Britain,” said Tim Oliver of the London School of Economics. “The other face, largely seen in Brussels, is a constructive, engaging one that has seen the UK... Read more
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