Westminster politics lecturer analyses current state of Brexit negotiations in The Conversation

Politics and International Relations 27 September 2017

Magdalena Frennhoff Larsén, Lecturer in Politics at the Centre for the Study of Democracy, has published a piece in The Conversation providing analysis of the current Brexit negotiations. 

'Brexit negotiations: here’s where we’re at so far', is the third in a series of Brexit-related articles written by Magdalena for The Conversation; her other articles include analysis of the key players in Brexit, and 'What now for EU citizens?'.

The Conversation is a discussion site that aims to combine academic rigour with journalistic flair. Their dynamic editorial team works with academic experts to ensure a fast, well-informed response to current affairs, acting as a reliable source of public information and publicising new research developments. 

The University of Westminster is a leading contributor to The Conversation UK. Articles by the Westminster academic community have been featured or republished in top national and international media outlets, including BBC Radio and TV, The Huffington Post, The Times, Financial Times, Sky News and ABC News. 

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