​Brexit: local impacts and responses

​Brexit: local impacts and responses

Naomi Clayton 28th February, 2017

The Centre has been awarded funding from the LSE Knowledge Exchange and Impact Fund to work with a small number of local authorities and LEPs to consider the impact of Brexit on their local economic growth, and how they can respond most effectively.

A year on from when David Cameron set the date for the EU referendum, the Brexit Bill is currently making its way through parliament and Theresa May is expected to trigger Article 50 by the end of March. Local authorities across the country have been working with local stakeholders to examine the potential risks and opportunities associated with leaving the EU. Some are monitoring the impacts through business surveys and/or have set up advisory groups.

Many remain uncertain about what…

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