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Increasing stability and certainty for universities as the UK prepares to leave the EU

Brexit briefing front coverA briefing outlining what the government must do to provide greater short- to medium-term stability and minimise the risk of a damaging ‘cliff-edge’ scenario as the UK exits the EU.​

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