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Brexit Brits Abroad (@BrExpatsEU) on Twitter


BrExpats is a sociological study that questions what Brex... Archived date: 2018-05-18 https://twitter.com/BrExpatsEU/

Brexit Central (@BrexitCentral) on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises Bringing news and analysis of the UK’s departure from the... Archived date: 2016-11-06 https://twitter.com/BrexitCentral/

Brexit Direct Action (@ActionBrexit) on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises Calls on leavers to protest against the watering down of,... Archived date: 2019-05-02 https://twitter.com/ActionBrexit/

Brexit Facts


Viewable only on Library premises Blog page produced by the Prime Minister's Office, 10 Dow... Archived date: 2019-03-19 https://brexitfacts.blog.gov.uk/

Brexit Facts4EU (@Facts4euOrg) on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises Twitter feed of pro-Brexit campaign group Archived date: 2017-06-08 https://twitter.com/facts4euorg/

Brexit Home (@BrexitHome) on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises Links to the latest news and comment on the progress of B... Archived date: 2019-01-13 https://twitter.com/brexithome/

Brexit Legal


Viewable only on Library premises Comments on the legal and public policy implications of B... Archived date: 2018-04-06 https://www.brexitlegal.com/

Brexit News (@Brexit_News) on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises Twitter account of pro-Brexit news site Archived date: 2019-05-06 https://twitter.com/Brexit_News/

Brexit Party, The (@brexitparty_uk) on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises The Brexit Party is a hard-Eurosceptic, pro-Brexit, polit... Archived date: 2019-02-21 https://twitter.com/brexitparty_uk/

Brexit means Brexit, but the Norway model is clearly the least worst option


Viewable only on Library premises Archived date: 2016-09-13 http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2016/07/20/brexit-norway-option/

Brexit vote


Viewable only on Library premises BrexitVote is a multi-disciplinary, evidence-based blog r... Archived date: 2016-02-20 http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/brexitvote/

Brexit – now!


Viewable only on Library premises An article calling on British politicians to enact Articl... Archived date: 2016-09-13 http://www.quarterly-review.org/brett-now/

Brexit: how did news media play a role?


Viewable only on Library premises An analyses of the EU Referendum result and the role the ... Archived date: 2016-09-13 http://policybristol.blogs.bris.ac.uk/2016/07/26/brexit-how-did-news-media-play-a-role/

Brext hastag on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises Archived date: 2016-07-29 https://twitter.com/hashtag/brexit/

Brick Court Chambers


Viewable only on Library premises Brick Court Chambers is a set of barristers’ chambers in ... Archived date: 2016-12-15 https://brexit.law/

Britain Elects (@britainelects) on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises A poll aggregator including election commentary. Archived date: 2018-11-21 https://twitter.com/britainelects/

Britain Stays in EU (@BritainStays) on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises Twitter feed of campaign to remain in the EU Archived date: 2019-01-13 https://twitter.com/BritainStays/

Britain for Europe (@_Britain4Europe) on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises Twitter feed of a grassroots organisation campaigning for... Archived date: 2018-04-14 https://twitter.com/_Britain4Europe/

Britain's Future (@Brit_Future) on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises Twitter feed of pro-Brexit campaign group led by journali... Archived date: 2018-12-02 https://twitter.com/brit_future/

British Future: May’s repeal act will ensure that Parliament does vote on Brexit


Viewable only on Library premises The announcement of the Great Repeal Bill means that thos... Archived date: 2016-10-08 http://www.britishfuture.org/articles/15366/

British Library Case studies: Alexandra Bulat


Viewable only on Library premises Alexandra is a PhD student at the School of Slavonic and ... Archived date: 2018-03-27 https://www.bl.uk/case-studies/alexandra-bulat/

British Medical Journal (BMJ): Brexit blog


Archived date: 2017-01-04 http://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/category/brexit/

Bruges Group (@BrugesGroup) on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises The Bruges Group spearheads the intellectual battle again... Archived date: 2019-05-01 https://twitter.com/BrugesGroup/

Campaign for an Independent Britain (@FreeBritain ) on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises Campaign for an Independent Britain is one of UK's leadin... Archived date: 2019-03-30 https://twitter.com/FreeBritain/

Catherine Bearder (@catherinemep) on Twitter (Liberal Democrat MEP for South East England)


Viewable only on Library premises Catherine Bearder was first elected as a Liberal Democrat... Archived date: 2016-07-07 https://twitter.com/catherinemep/

Catherine Stihler (@C_Stihler_MEP) on Twitter (Labour MEP for Scotland)


Viewable only on Library premises Catherine Bearder was first elected as a Liberal Democrat... Archived date: 2016-06-24 https://twitter.com/C_Stihler_MEP/

Change Britain (@Change_Britain) on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises Twitter account of Change Britain, which campaigns to mak... Archived date: 2016-11-06 https://twitter.com/change_britain/

Change UK - The Independent Group (@ForChange_Now) on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises Official Twitter account of Change UK - The Independent G... Archived date: 2019-05-10 https://twitter.com/ForChange_Now/

Charles Tannock (@CharlesTannock) on Twitter (Conservative MEP for London)


Viewable only on Library premises Charles Tannock was elected as Conservative MEP for Londo... Archived date: 2016-07-08 https://twitter.com/CharlesTannock/

Chartered Institute for Professional Development (CIPD): Blogs


Viewable only on Library premises Archived date: 2016-10-06 http://www.cipd.co.uk/community/blogs

Chris Grey: The Brexit blog


Viewable only on Library premises Chris Grey is Professor of Organization Studies at Royal... Archived date: 2018-04-06 http://chrisgreybrexitblog.blogspot.co.uk/

Chronicle World: After BREXIT – A blow to equality progress


An article written from a Black rights activist. Archived date: 2016-12-30 http://chronicleworld.co.uk/around-black-britain-knowledge-for-thought-and-action/after-brexit-a-view-from-the-crossroads/

Chuka Umunna (@ChukaUmunna ) on Twitter (Independent Group-ChangeUK politician))


Viewable only on Library premises Chuka Ummuna stood as Labour candidate for Streatham in 2... Archived date: 2019-02-21 https://twitter.com/ChukaUmunna/

Church of England: Resources for prayer and conversation for Brexit


Archived date: 2019-08-01 https://www.churchofengland.org/together

Clare Moody (@ClareMoodyMEP) on Twitter (Labour MEP for South West Region and Gibraltar)


Viewable only on Library premises Clare Moody stood as a Labour Party candidate for the Sou... Archived date: 2017-07-08 https://twitter.com/ClareMoodyMEP/

Claude Moraes (@Claude_Moraes) on Twitter (Labour MEP for London)


Viewable only on Library premises Claude Moraes is Labour Member of the European Parliament... Archived date: 2017-07-08 https://twitter.com/Claude_Moraes/

Connected and Disaffected (@CandDPodcast) on Twitter


Viewable only on Library premises A UK based political podcast. Archived date: 2018-04-26 https://twitter.com/CandDPodcast/

Conservative Home


Viewable only on Library premises Conservative Home was founded by Tim Montgomerie in 2005 ... Archived date: 2018-05-03 http://www.conservativehome.com/

Conservative Home: A customs union 1) Greg Hands – As a former Remainer, and an ex-Trade Minister, I know that joining one would deliver Britain the worst of all worlds


Viewable only on Library premises There are at least three principled arguments against bei... Archived date: 2018-07-18 https://www.conservativehome.com/platform/2018/07/a-customs-union-1-greg-hands-as-a-former-remainer-and-an-ex-trade-minister-i-know-that-joining-one-would-deliver-britain-the-worst-of-all-worlds.html

Conservative Home: As a Brexiteer, the White Paper plan is not what I would have written, but it is a compromise I can live with


Viewable only on Library premises Argues that Conservatives should support the Prime Minist... Archived date: 2018-07-19 https://www.conservativehome.com/platform/2018/07/anna-firth-as-a-brexiteer-the-chequers-plan-is-not-what-i-would-have-written-but-it-is-a-compromise-i-can-live-with.html

Conservative Home: Gove is setting himself up as Brexit’s Michael Collins


Viewable only on Library premises Argues that once the UK has left the full structure of th... Archived date: 2018-08-19 https://www.conservativehome.com/thecolumnists/2018/08/garvan-walshe-gove-is-setting-himself-up-as-brexits-michael-collins.html

Conservative Home: The EEA is a much more attractive option than Chequers, the ‘implementation period’, or No Deal


Viewable only on Library premises Argues in favour of the UK remaining at least temporarily... Archived date: 2018-09-06 https://www.conservativehome.com/platform/2018/09/george-trefgarne-eea-brexit-a-much-more-attractive-than-chequers-the-implementation-period-plan-or-no-deal.html

Conservative Home: The ticking Brexit clock demands clarity from both sides, but also adds to the risk of No Deal


Viewable only on Library premises Overall although it’s almost certain that the UK will lea... Archived date: 2018-08-13 https://www.conservativehome.com/thecolumnists/2018/08/henry-newman-the-ticking-brexit-clock-demands-clarity-from-both-sides-but-also-adds-to-the-risk-of-no-deal.html

Conservative Home: There is no point in stopping Brexit unless we also join the Euro


Viewable only on Library premises Argues that the city of London cannot survive as a global... Archived date: 2018-07-02 https://www.conservativehome.com/platform/2018/06/john-stevens-there-is-no-point-in-stopping-brexit-unless-we-also-join-the-euro.html

Conservative Home: There must be no compromise on ending free movement


Viewable only on Library premises Politicians advocating continued free movement of people,... Archived date: 2018-07-28 https://www.conservativehome.com/thecolumnists/2018/07/chloe-westley-there-must-be-no-compromise-on-ending-free-movement.html

Conservative Home: A second referendum? The poll data suggests Greening’s idea would be a total disaster for the Conservatives


Viewable only on Library premises It’s hard to judge that offering a second referendum woul... Archived date: 2018-07-19 https://www.conservativehome.com/thecolumnists/2018/07/james-frayne-a-second-referendum-the-poll-data-suggests-greenings-idea-would-be-a-total-disaster-for-the-conservatives.html

Conservative Home: After Salzburg, the EU needs a reality check on its security plans. Urgently.


Viewable only on Library premises You can’t expect the UK to be a net contributor in defenc... Archived date: 2018-09-23 https://www.conservativehome.com/platform/2018/09/andrew-murrison-after-salzburg-the-eu-needs-a-reality-check-on-its-security-plans-urgently.html

Conservative Home: Bill Cash: The EU Withdrawal Bill. No Conservative colleague should defy the will of the people next week.


Viewable only on Library premises Voting to support these Lords amendments to the EU Withdr... Archived date: 2018-06-11 https://www.conservativehome.com/platform/2018/06/bill-cash-the-eu-withdrawal-bill-no-conservative-colleague-should-defy-the-will-of-the-people-next-week.html

Conservative Home: Brexit. It’s time for an end to illusions. May must choose between the backstop and her country.


Viewable only on Library premises The first law of the Brexit negotiations is that if There... Archived date: 2018-10-19 https://www.conservativehome.com/thetorydiary/2018/10/brexit-its-time-for-an-end-to-illusions-may-must-choose-between-the-backstop-and-her-country.html

Conservative Home: Brexiteer MPs no longer have a champion in Fleet Street


Viewable only on Library premises Points out that the Tory press (Daily Mail, Telegraph, Su... Archived date: 2018-10-26 https://www.conservativehome.com/thetorydiary/2018/10/brexiteer-mps-no-longer-have-a-champion-in-fleet-street.html