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The Changing UK Constitution
English Votes for English Laws: a federal perspective
The Queen’s Speech and the programme of the Conservative government: a federal perspective
A Federal Way Forward
Federalism, what Federalism?
‘There May be trouble ahead’: Brexit after the election
The 2017 General Election: a mandate for Brexit?
“Hard Brexit”, International Trade and the WTO Scenario
Deal or no deal?
The EU referendum, devolution and the Union
Taking back control? The EU referendum, Parliament and the ‘May Doctrine’
Britain and the EU – Difficult Questions after the Referendum
Articles and Commentaries
Blair and Cameron: Two Peas in a European Pod, 14th Nov 2014
Learning Through Suffering: European Lessons for the UK, 1 July 2014
Three Cheers for European Democracy, 13th June 2014
Anthony Giddens Response to Charles Grant, 10th June 2014
Britain and the EU: Difficult Questions
Collaboration with SYNOPIA
On the Edge – Britain on the European Sidelines?
Getting Europe Moving Together
The Coalition’s European policy after the honeymoon
The New UK Government And The EU
Is Britain an Exception?
Governance of Eurozone
The Lisbon Treaty
Westminster Scrutiny of British Foreign Policy
World Trade Negotiations and WTO
Rethinking Institutional Effectiveness in Africa
Senior Research Fellows
John Pinder Lecture 2016
John Pinder, former Chairman of Federal Trust – Eulogies and Obituaries
Press Release 21st May 2013
Press Release 23rd Jan 2013
Past Events 2017
Previous 2016 events
A Federal Britain – Financial and Political Challenges
Previous 2015 events
23 February 2015 – Richer Outside the EU?
9th March 2015 – Pandora, Penelope, Polity
25th March 2015 – Brexit: How Britain Will Leave Europe
Views from the Federal Trust
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