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Brexitland

Christiane Link

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Brexitland ist der Podcast von Christiane Link und Charlotte Spencer-Smith - einer Deutschen in London und einer Britin in Wien. Wir versuchen der deutschsprachigen Welt den Brexit zu erklären, unterhalten uns darüber, wie das alles passieren konnte und kommentieren die britische und europäische Politik während der Austrittsverhandlungen und was wir sonst noch für kommentierenswert halten.
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Brexit Podcast

Brexit Podcast

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We want to offer you some much needed clarity on Brexit by bringing in the most straight-talking experts from all fields, as well as normal people from all walks of life and from both sides of the issue, to document a snapshot of public opinion about this generation-defining issue.
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Batten & Brexit

Gerard Batten

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With Gerard Batten, EFDD Member of the European Parliament / UKIP delegation for London. www.efddgroup.euFollow on Twitter - @GerardBattenMEP Or online at gerardbattenmep.co.uk
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We delve into the nitty gritty of Brexit and try to make some sort of sense of it, bringing you episodes as and when you need them. We’ll be hearing from Britons and Europeans, leavers and remainers, politicians and ordinary people, economists, businessmen, lawyers, researchers, campaigners and many more about what Brexit means for them, for the UK and for the EU, how it might work – and how it might not. It's a podcast that can’t get enough of experts ... and we want to hear from you too
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We Don't Talk About Brexit

We Don't Talk About Brexit

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Your source for all the weird and wonderful news that doesn't hit the headlines. Four long friends find peculiar and wonderful stories from the week that you may have missed and try to make one another laugh.
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Brexit Snapshot

Mayer Brown

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Welcome to Mayer Brown’s Brexit Snapshot podcast series. This series provides insight on the latest legal issues related to the United Kingdom’s new post-Brexit relationship with the European Union, and keeps you up to date on changes to the legislative framework.
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Preparing For Brexit

The Times

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In this new podcast Digby Jones, Former Director-General of the CBI hears from business leaders and those at the frontline preparing for Brexit at the end of the year - from customer communication to securing supply chains. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Le 23 juin 2016, 51,89% des britanniques ont choisi, par référendum, de quitter l'Union Européenne. Le 29 mars 2019, à la suite de longs mois de négociations, nous entrerons dans la dernière phase du divorce entre Bruxelles et Londres. Correspondant à Londres, britannique dans le sang, mais européen dans l'âme, Alexander Seale rebondit sur les récents évènements liés au Brexit.
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Last Week in Brexit

Jonathan Beardmore

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Christian Spence, Alex Davis and Jonathan Beardmore guide you through the events in Brexit. Brexit is the biggest political event in a generation, but the sheer amount of information can make it hard to keep up. Each week we will seek to ease you through a story which will be with us for years to come, discussing the past, present, and future of Brexit Britain. Join us, three interlopers into the brave new world, as well as experts and business leaders, as we seek to cut through the noise an ...
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Alice In Brexitland

Leavis Carroll

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Alice In Brexitland by Leavis Carroll read by Julian-Rhind Tutt. Check out the new Alice In Brexitland podcast taken from the bestselling book. A perfect bedtime story or perhaps a nightmare you may never wake up from! Lying on a riverbank on a lazy summer’s afternoon – 23rd June 2016, to be precise – Alice spots a flustered-looking white rabbit called Dave calling for a referendum. Following him down a rabbit-hole, she emerges into a strange new land, where up is down, black is white, exper ...
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Brexit The Final Countdown

Reach Podcasts

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Welcome to Brexit: The Final Countdown, your weekly discussion, debate and analysis on Brexit brought to you by the Express. With a lineup of impressive guests each week, Brexit: The Final Countdown seeks to be your trusty companion as we negotiate the deal, the Cabinet, the Government, Parliament, Europe and almost everything else as the deadline approaches. Always informative and mostly funny, join us as we countdown to March and beyond.
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Join Tsungirai Chiramba every week as he reviews and previews all the action across the Premier League, EFL and the FA Cup. Each week he will be joined by EFL expert Ethan Oliver and will be joined by fans from different clubs each week to get their intake on how their team is performing.
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Brexit Brits Abroad

Dr Michaela Benson

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When you think about Brits Abroad, you probably have some clear ideas about who they are. Pensioners soaking up the sun in Spain is probably top of that list. What if I told you that 79% of the British population living in the EU-27 are of working age and below? Or that Britain has one of the highest emigration rates in the world? This is a podcast all about what Brexit means to and for British citizens living in the EU27. Hosted by Dr Michaela Benson, it focuses on Brexit as it takes place ...
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In the podcast series at the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence (JMCoE) at the University of Agder in Norway we delve into topics related to an increasingly differentiated Europe in a Post-Brexit world. In a coffee table-style discussion, we bring together leading academic researchers and practitioners to uncover topics for our listeners. The podcast episodes are aimed at an audience who has an interest in the dynamics of the European Union and wants to learn more about the inner workings of t ...
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A surprising and thought-provoking journey across the UK, recorded in the wake of Article 50. The shock, delight and polarisation of the EU referendum revealed the extent of the divisions within the UK. 9 months later we took the triggering of Article 50 as an opportunity. As the UK formally began the process of leaving the European Union, we set out on a listening journey through the four countries of the UK. We wanted to go beyond the stereotypes and headlines that seemed to be making dial ...
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Science became an unlikely battleground in the Brexit negotiations, which meant the UK was cut off from the billions of euros provided by the EU’s Horizon programme. Britain’s access to European satellites was also restricted. Adam Fleming asks how the new borders in science have affected the measurement of the polar ice caps and the search for new…
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Brexit has made it trickier for UK lawyers and architects who want to work in Europe, even musicians have to fill in customs paperwork when they go on tour. So why has the service sector seemed to boom since the UK’s departure from the EU? Former Brussels correspondent Adam Fleming investigates. Presenter Adam FlemingProducers: Diane Richardson and…
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The free movement of people from the EU has ended, but immigration has reached record levels. Former Brussels correspondent, Adam Fleming, charts how Britain’s workplaces and universities have changed as a result of Brexit, and learns from seasonal workers about the art of picking asparagus. Producers: Sally Abrahams and Diane RichardsonProduction …
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Former Brussels correspondent Adam Fleming explores how businesses have adapted to new trade rules, three years after the UK left the EU. He finds out why allergy-friendly nutrition bars are being sold to Australia and the Middle East instead of the EU, and the reason exports of British eels have ground to a halt. Presenter: Adam FlemingProducers: …
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In this episode, we will discuss A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) and uncover the current developments and trends related to this encroaching phenomenon. Are we facing a future where we will all succumb to ChatGPT and our critical thinking will be replaced by sporadically clever algorithms, thus leading to an inevitable downfall for academia? Should …
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Tsungirai and Ethan discuss the latest round of results across the Premier League, Championship, League 1 and League 2. This week, they talk about who will win the title and who will make the top 4. Furthermore, they also discuss Middlesbrough's automatic promotion credentials following their 3-1 win over QPR on Saturday. They also deliver their Pr…
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Tsungirai Chiramba is joined by EFL expert Ethan Oliver and special guest James Patrick as they discuss the weekend's action from the Premier League, Championship, League 1 and League 2. This week, the crew discuss Liverpool's top four hopes following their 2-0 win over Everton on Monday night, Burnley's upcoming promotion party, Coventry's 1-1 dra…
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Tsungirai Chiramba is once again joined by Ethan Oliver to review the weekend’s action from the Premier League, Championship, League 1 and League 2. This week, they talk about Arsenal’s PL title chances, Burnley being unstoppable at the top of the Championship table, Plymouth and Sheffield Wednesday’s promotion chances and they name the worst run c…
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Tsungirai Chiramba presents the first ever episode of The Brexit Leagues, as he discusses the weekend’s FA Cup results, along with the few EFL fixtures taking place including Bolton vs Plymouth and Salford vs Northampton. He is joined by TBL’s very own EFL expert and Coventry City fan Ethan Oliver and he is also joined by another Coventry fan in Ed…
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Tsungirai Chiramba presents the penultimate episode of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Podcast as he discusses the semi-finals and previews the final between Argentina and France on Sunday with the usual panel.
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Tsungirai Chiramba continues the World Cup Podcast as they reach the semi final stage of the tournament. He is joined by the usual panel and they discuss England vs France, Portugal vs Morocco, Croatia vs Brazil and Argentina vs Netherlands. They also predict the semi-final scores between both Croatia and Argentina and France vs Morocco. Plus, a re…
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Tsungirai is joined by the usual panel of Mr Sanghera, Matty Sanders, Ethan Oliver and Bobby Sweet as they discuss England's convincing 3-0 win over Senegal on Sunday. They also discuss the rest of the Round of 16 ties and preview England's quarter-final matchup with defending World Cup Champions France on Saturday.…
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Tsungirai Chiramba is joined by the usual panel of Bobby Sweet, Matty Sanders, José Leonor and Ethan Oliver as they preview Wales vs England and they also discuss some results in the second group matches including a shock 2-0 defeat for Belgium against Morocco.
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Tsungirai Chiramba reviews the first nine fixtures of the 2022 FIFA World Cup with Alfie Leighton-Lambert, José Leonor, Bobby Sweet, Ethan Galway. Ethan Oliver and more as they discuss England’s 6-2 win over Iran, Wales’ 1-1 draw with USA, Argentina being shocked by Saudi Arabia and the rest of the group games.…
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In this episode, we will turn our attention towards the Baltic Sea and the transnational cooperation within the region. Throughout history, the Baltic Sea has served as a naval border between rising and falling regional powers. While this region has served a theatre of conflict, it has also in more peaceful times brought prosperity and promoted dem…
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In this episode, we will look further into the interplay between science and politics and how this has gained an increasing role within the world of diplomacy. The permeation of “Science Diplomacy” into the political scene can help further science and international cooperation but also necessitates a departure from its usual scientific setting into…
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In this episode, we will look into the dynamic relationship between Norway and the European Union. Despite not being a member state, Norway is closely integrated with its European neighbours – through its historical, economic, and political ties and everyday interaction. We are joined by Professor Jarle Trondal, Professor in Public Administration a…
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Ease into the weekend with our brand new podcast, showcasing some of the best Guardian and Observer writing from the week, read by talented narrators. In this episode, Marina Hyde looks at the new additions to Downing Street (2m00s), Hadley Freeman interviews Hollywood actor Will Arnett (9m56s), Sirin Kale tries her hand at quiz show Mastermind (26…
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In this episode, Rebecca Timms and James Harrison discuss subsidy control within the UK post-Brexit: including current obligations under the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement, the new UK Subsidy Control Bill that will govern the future UK regime, and the interaction between the new UK regime and EU State aid rules.…
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The Talk Anything Podcast is finally here as presenter Tsungirai Chiramba is joined by Tia Prosser, Izzy Kessler, Siena Jarman-Tew, Jay Morris and Dulcie Lee to his podcast to talk about anything in the world. As always, expect some banter from Tsungirai and the gang as they chat loads of things along the way.…
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In this episode, Rebecca Timms provides ten insights into what the Trade and Cooperation Agreement means, as well as what it doesn't mean, for the future trading relationship between the UK and the EU. She considers some of the immediate implications for businesses, as well as looking ahead to how the agreement might develop over time.…
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The end of the Brexit transition period does not signal the end of EU law in the UK. From January 1, 2021, a brand new category of law in the UK has been established – ‘Retained EU Law’; but what does this new category comprise and where does it fit within the broader UK legal landscape? In Episode one, Rebecca Timms and James Harrison discuss what…
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I det sista avsnittet av Brexitpodden är Kommerskollegiums generaldirektör Anders Ahnlid gäst. Anders har arbetat med handelspolitik under många år för Sverige, bland annat på UD och som ambassadör till OECD, Sveriges ständiga representation i EU och senast i Finland. I avsnittet analyseras vilka konsekvenser handels- och samarbetsavtalet mellan EU…
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Vad innebär Brexit-avtalet och vilka konsekvenser får det för EU och Sverige? Det diskuterar vi tillsammans med Christian Danielsson, chef för EU-kommissionens kontor i Sverige. Programledare är Johan Rapp och Brexit-specialist Rickard Ydrenäs kommenterar. Avsnittet spelades in i Stockholm den 14 januari 2021. Kontakta redaktionen: info@brexitpodde…
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For the final episode in the series, as negotiations intensify, businesses are planning a for deal - or no deal. Digby Jones, Former Director-General of the CBI brings together an expert panel to take stock and ask what can be done to prepare for the unknown. He's joined this week by Times Trade Correspondent, Callum Jones. Hosted on Acast. See aca…
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I avsnittet analyseras slutförhandlingarna av avtal om den framtida relationen mellan EU och Storbritannien. Vi diskuterar också hur företag behöver förbereda sig. Gäster är fd Europaparlamentariker Christofer Fjellner och Anna Stellinger, chef för internationella och EU-frågor på Svenskt Näringsliv. Programledare är Johan Rapp och Brexit-specialis…
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Digby Jones, former Director-General of the CBI, hears from companies at the frontline preparing for Brexit at the end of the year. In this episode, he takes a journey around our green and pleasant land and talks to a cheese maker in Yorkshire, a salad grower in Kent, a Welsh hill farmer and a fisherman. Digby is joined throughout by Ian Wright fro…
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Former Director-General of the CBI Digby Jones hears from companies at the frontline preparing for Brexit at the end of the year - tackling everything from tariffs and trading to transportation. In this episode, he discusses getting goods across the border into and out of the EU. Digby is joined by Elizabeth deJong, Director of Policy at Logistics …
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Digby Jones, former Director-General of the CBI hears from companies at the frontline preparing for Brexit at the end of the year - tackling everything from tariffs and trading to transportation. In this episode, he talks Science and Tech. Digby is joined by Felicity Burch, Director of Digital & Tech at the CBI and talks to businesses about how the…
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Digby Jones, Former Director-General of the CBI hears from companies at the frontline preparing for Brexit at the end of the year - tackling everything from tariffs and trading to transportation. In this episode, is small always mighty? In this episode he is joined by James Sibley from the Federation of Small Business with guests including a specia…
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In this new podcast Digby Jones, Former Director-General of the CBI hears from business leaders and those at the frontline preparing for Brexit at the end of the year - from customer communication to securing supply chains. In this episode he is joined by Allie Renison of the Institute of Directors to talk all things Manufacturing with businesses i…
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In this new podcast Digby Jones, former Director-General of the CBI, hears from business leaders and those at the frontline preparing for Brexit at the end of the year - from customer communication to securing supply chains Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Slutspurt i Brexitförhandlingarna om frihandelsavtal pågår. Vad står på spel? Vad händer första januari? Vad kan vi förvänta oss? EU-korren Rolf Fredriksson reflekterar och analyserar tillsammans med Brexitpoddens expert Rickard Ydrenäs. Vi går igenom knäckfrågorna i förhandlingarna och försökte reda ut det politiska spel som pågår. Programledare ä…
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I det här avsnittet tar vi temperaturen på stämningsläget i Storbritannien. Gäst är Jan Olsson, ordförande för Svenska handelskammaren i Storbritannien och Deutsche Banks Nordenchef. Vi diskuterar de nystartade Brexit-förhandlingarna och vad dessa leda fram till och konsekvenserna efter att övergångsperioden är slut. Intervjuar gör programledaren J…
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Revolution is afoot in the Conservative Party - with many Tory MPs threatening to vote against the new Prime Minister's deal - while Boris Johnson himself is threatening to boot them out of the party if they do. Mark Mardell follows the twists and turns as this love story comes to a close. Email: worldatone@bbc.co.uk. Twitter: #BBCWATO…
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With problems in Parliament trying to get consensus on a withdrawal agreement, it seemed the main political parties were edging away from the centre ground. Did this leave a vacuum for a new movement? In 2019, more or less simultaneously, a new party started and a new campaign launched, both supporting a so-called People's Vote on any Brexit deal. …
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Emotions run high as Theresa May tries to get her Withdrawal Agreement through Parliament, and fails. Not once, not twice but three times. Meanwhile the European Research Group (ERG) grows in influence and now firmly holds Parliament in the balance. Each day seems to wear away the Conservative’s party cohesion. And while Mrs. May’s government will …
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After Theresa May's so called Chequers plan failed to impress, the Prime Minister faced another problem within her own party. A group of eurosceptics were gaining interest, members and momentum. The European Research Group (ERG), or the Spartans as they came to be known, had previously been a small organisation on the fringe of politics. In 2018, t…
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For Zoe Adams Green ‘The EU was my oyster’. Joining Michaela down the line from Italy, she describes her love affair with Europe, and her experiences moving around the EU seeking work and latterly starting a family, opportunities that will be out of reach for future generations of British citizens once they lose their rights to Freedom of Movement.…
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