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Christopher Grey

Christopher Grey FAcSS is Professor of Organization Studies at Royal Holloway, University of London.

Before that he held Professorships at the Universities of Warwick and Cambridge, where he was also a Fellow of Wolfson College. Publications include Decoding Organization: Bletchley Park, Codebreaking and Organization Studies (Cambridge University Press, 2012) and Secrecy at Work: The Hidden Architecture of Organizational Life (Stanford University Press, 2016).

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Time for the British government to get real

It is eighteen months since the EU Referendum and a great deal has happened since then, but most of it has been removed from any sense of reality.

From free movers to settled immigrants

The publication of the Brexit government’s plans for EU nationals in the UK and UK nationals in rEU has already attracted much derision for its most obvious deficiencies.

Can a hard Brexit be averted?

The unfolding events are very difficult to read, and any reading is likely to be out of date even before it is written. This is where I think we are currently.

The Business of Brexit: what happens next?

Professor Christopher Grey has published a briefing, The Business of Brexit - What happens next? for those wanting to understand the main current issues and debates about the form that Britain’s post-Brexit relationship with the EU will take.

The Brexit election: but what about Brexit?

Theresa May framed the calling of the general election in terms of Brexit, but what is truly remarkable is in how little it is actually being discussed.

The Brexit election: where the opposition parties stand

It seems almost inevitable that the Tories will win the election and, probably, with an increased majority. But that is not certain. This is an election like no other, for many reasons.

What might Trump's election mean for Brexit?

There are obviously many connections between Trump’s victory and the Brexit vote,

Facts about Brexit

The Electoral Reform Society has produced a report saying that

Trade, sovereignty and the car industry - who is behind the wheel?

Two of the defining issues of the Referendum campaign are trade and sovereignty, but what does the example of the car industry tell us?

TTIP and the NHS: a reason for Brexit?

Amongst the various arguments for Brexit, one in particular has growing traction with those on the political left.

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