Philippe Legrain

Britain’s best Brexit bet is the Jersey option

The UK government spent last year urging the EU27 to start discussing their post-Brexit trading relationship. But now that the negotiations are finally due to move on to trade, ministers cannot decide what they want. Philippe Legrain (LSE) argues that the Jersey option would give Britain a degree of regulatory freedom while minimising the disruption to trade with the […]

The Brexit Negotiations: make or break?

What will a Brexit deal look like? How does the British public view controversies over budget, jurisdiction and immigration? Our panel of leading experts will look at the negotiation stance of the British government and the EU, and present new evidence on British public attitudes towards Brexit.

November 2nd, 2017||0 Comments|

Video: Brexit and Migration

Why is EU migration so controversial? Will EU citizens be able to stay in the UK post-Brexit? What controls on future EU migration are likely? In this LSE Lecture, Philippe Legrain and Patrick McGovern explain.

This post gives the views of its authors, not the position of LSE Brexit or the London School of Economics. 

Philippe Legrain, LSE European Institute

Patrick McGovern, LSE Sociology