The University of Southampton
Public Policy|SouthamptonWhat we do

Views on Europe

Cliff

The Way Ahead

Prof Patrick Sturgis, Director of National Centre for Research Methods and Will Jennings, Professor of PAIR at the University of Southampton looks at the variance between the polls and the EU referendum result.

Web Science Institute

Web Science Institute | Brexit Twitter Analysis

WATCH: Dr Ramine Tinati and Dominic Difranzo (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) from the Social Machines Project (SOCIAM) show us what Twitter can tell us about this important political event.


Official Brexit statements from the Higher Education sector

 

UUK logo

UPDATED: Universities UK Brexit Statement

Universities UK is currently working through the ramifications of the leave vote for the higher education sector. We will continue to keep members and all our stakeholders informed as events develop.


University of Southampton comment on the UK's decision to leave the EU

 


Past editions of Views on Europe

We  welcome your thoughts via Twitter or email . The views expressed in this blog are those of the contributors and do not necessarily represent those of the University of Southampton.

Prof Ros King

Septic isle?

Professor Ros King | University of Southampton | 20 June 2016

BSL EU Referendum Debate | 3 June 2016

 This well attended event organised by Public Policy|Southampton and Kam Deo provided a lively debate for users of British Sign Langauage to question representatives of the Leave and Remain camps. Held in the Nuffield Theatre at the University of Southampton the event was moderated by Kam Deo with Remain being represented by Zoe McWhinney (current Secretary of the European Deaf Students Union, and a student at the University of Birmingham, studying International Relations and Politics) and Tom Lichy (CEO of DeafLondon, a not for profit organisation that campaigns for the deaf community, equality and disability issues) with the Leave camp being represented by Thomas McWhinney (current board member for the BDA).

Public Policy|Southampton would like to extend their thanks to SUSUtv for the filming and editing this event.

 

Views on Europe Debate | 13 May 2016

This popular event was moderated by Southampton alumnus and editor of the New Stateman, Jason Cowley, pits Desmond Swayne MP for New Forest West and Minister for DfID, and Matthew Cowley of Students for Britain (Southampton), arguing for the case for the UK to leave the EU, against Dr Alan Whitehead MP for Southampton Test and Southampton alumnus, with James Edwards Students for Europe (Southampton), arguing for the UK to retain its EU membership.

Many thanks to SUSUtv for their stage management and speedy production.

As part of the EU Politics Symposium, 6th May 2016, held at the University of Southampton, Catherine Bearder, Liberal Democrat MEP for South East England gives a talk titled: “Should we stay or should we go? Making the positive case for remaining in the EU”

As part of the EU Politics Symposium, 6th May, 2016, at the University of Southampton, Richard Ashworth, Conservative MEP for South East England gave a talk titled: “Why I believe Britain is stronger, safer and better off in the EU".

Current research from the University of Southampton

EtP Blog

The Evidence to Policy Blog

You might also like our blog about the Evidence to Policy journey

Evidence to Policy Blog

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your settings, we will assume that you are happy to receive cookies on the University of Southampton website.

×