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Brexit, Labour Rights and Migration

last modified Jun 20, 2016 12:05 PM
Professor Simon Deakin addresses the question of labour rights and migration by examining the relative responsibilities of both EU regulations and decisions taken by the UK government.

Professor Simon Deakin addresses the question of labour rights and migration that are the subject of debate in the EU referendum, within the context of deindustrialisation and explores how both EU regulations and decisions taken by successive UK governments, share responsibility for the current state of UK industrial policy.

Read the article here:

https://www.socialeurope.eu/2016/06/brexit-labour-rights-migration-whats-really-stake/

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