Brexit research and education must be solved now

Research and education should be among the easier elements of the Brexit negotiations, argue Paul Boyle and Rolf Tarrach in an article published by The Parliament Magazine.

Countries from outside the EU can participate in EU programmes and both sides have been positive about preserving ties since the beginning, as the EU and the UK benefit immensely from cooperation.

Even so, it is important that the preparations for such collaboration begin immediately, say the academic leaders.

 

 

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