Who won the referendum?

Alan Finlayson argues that Brexit should be seen as a series of different responses to globalisation. As always, once the people have spoken, the people has to work out what they were saying, to whom, how and why. Consequently, there are hundreds of interpretations out there including a confusing array…

The EU referendum: what to expect on the night

The EU referendum is a once-in-a-generation event- which means we have few guides for what to expect. Chris Hanretty gives some indications of how early-reporting local authorities might vote. No nation which thought well of politicians would invent the overnight count. The process asks politicians- men and women who have…

Why does media coverage of the EU matter?

A conference organised by 'The UK in a Changing Europe'(ukandeu.ac.uk) on 8 February provided a rare occasion for leading journalists, broadcasters and academics to exchange experiences and views on how the EU is reported in the UK and the challenges or reporting EU news. In the first panel of the…

Reporting Europe: Is the UK different?

A conference organised by 'The UK in a Changing Europe' (ukandeu.ac.uk) on 8 February provided a rare occasion for leading journalists, broadcasters, and academics to exchange experiences and views on how the EU is reported in the UK and the challenges of reporting EU news. In the third panel of…