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Parliamentary briefing: key issues for universities resulting from the vote to leave the EU

The latest parliamentary briefing from Universities UK, detailing the key issues for universities following the outcome of the EU referendum, including:

              1. Universities UK's initial statement in response to the vote to leave the EU

              2. A summary of what we currently know and what we still need answers to

              3. Priorities

              4. Next steps

              5. A short Telegraph article by Universities UK President Dame Julia Goodfellow which explores the implications of Brexit for universities, staff and students


 


 

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