The Brits have voted to leave the European Union and as a result, David Cameron has announced his resignation as prime minister. York University experts on European politics are available for media interviews to discuss the Referendum on U.K. membership in the EU and related topics:
Professor Stephen Gill, who has been researching the unfolding crises in the EU; the wider impact in the last three years; and the current political situation with Brexit, is available for media interviews.
Professor Willem Maas is available on how the UK’s exit from the EU will affect the region and its social, economic and political environments.
Professor Leo Panitch is available to discuss the Brexit poll; David Cameron’s exit as Britain’s prime minister; and the current European political scenario.
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