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Rebordering Britain & Britons after Brexit

Migration, Internal Security and the UK's EU Membership

Abstract

A key part of the debate about the UK's membership of the EU is concern about levels of migration and the impact upon security. This paper assesses how much impact EU membership has on each of these issues, and examines the likely impact of leaving the EU in each of these areas.

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Political Quarterly

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Steve Peers (United Kingdom)

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