EU Referendum Results in full
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12 July, 2016Tony Travers
The UK’s vote to leave the EU will have many unpredictable consequences. Whitehall has still to consider even 1% of the knock-on consequences of the end of free movement of labour between Britain and the EU27. Here is one issue to put near the top of the list of things that require attention.
7 July, 2016Mark Duddridge
Cornwall’s allocation of EU funding - £458m between 2014 and 2020 - is the second highest after London of the 39 local enterprise partnership areas in England, which in total are earmarked for £5.3bn of EU funds.
7 July, 2016Bethan Evans
The unexpected happened and now local government across the UK is facing up to the consequences of Brexit – and a very different future for governance, finance, regulation and politics.
7 July, 2016Jon Bunn
Councils in England have pledged to support more than 8,000 of the 20,000 vulnerable Syrians David Cameron has promised the UK will offer sanctuary to, exclusive LGC research reveals.
7 July, 2016Nick Golding
Louise Casey is set to urge civic leaders to be brave in tackling “the 1%” of the population who refuse to share common values of society.
6 July, 2016Nick Golding
Recent politics have entertained but not inspired. The referendum campaign concentrated on scare, not substance; the two main parties’ leadership battles have been about division, not unity.
6 July, 2016David Paine
Communities secretary Greg Clark will not “put a gun” to the heads of local leaders in Hampshire to resolve reorganisation and devolution disputes.
6 July, 2016Sarah Calkin
Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire CCs will be forced to join the Sheffield City Region if ministers approve breakaway bids from two of their districts, it has emerged.
5 July, 2016
A commentary on community cohesion after the referendum
5 July, 2016Ted Cantle
Whatever the result of the referendum, one side or another would have felt aggrieved following such a highly charged, ill-tempered and hotly contested debate. But Brexit has exposed a whole series of divisions which will need to be repaired.