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No-deal briefing














Universities UK has been explicit that a ‘no deal’ exit from the EU would be bad for our students, researchers and 136 member universities. This briefing sets out the consequences of exiting the EU without a deal and the stabilising policies required for the higher education sector.

News

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Blog

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