Kirsty Hughes argues that the UK is destined to become a satellite of the EU, and writes that the issue of Europe has become an ‘unending question’ for the whole of the UK. Continue reading The UK’s European Question is Far From Over
Colin Sterling and Rodney Harrison examine how museums are confronting their complex pasts, and consider how this reimagining could be applied to the issue of climate change. Continue reading Climate crisis: how museums could inspire radical action
Clare Melhuish explores the interconnections between landmarks of quintessentially British modernist architecture and their European counterparts. Continue reading How European is the Brunswick Centre?
Political blogger Jon Worth lays out the varying terminology that could describe Brexit in the absence of a UK-EU deal. Continue reading The No Deal Brexit Terminology
Ann-Evelyn Luyten explores the EU’s new Supply Chain Due Diligence Regulation and how it will impact the sustainable development agenda. Continue reading The EU’s new Supply Chain Due Diligence Regulation: Fewer violations, more enforcement