UCL and Brexit, post-Article 50
By Benjamin G M Meunier, on 29 March 2017
As the Prime Minister triggers Article 50 today and the UK will start the process of leaving the EU, UCL is launching a series of materials and events to provide additional guidance and support to staff and students.
- FAQs on the impact of triggering Article 50.
- The Provost’s View (in a video filmed in the Flaxman Gallery, in the Main Library) that will appear in tomorrow’s TheWeek@UCL. A transcript is available here.
I would encourage you to sign up to the UCL and Brexit: a post-Article 50 forum which will be held on Thursday 4 May 2017 in B304 – LT1 Cruciform Building.
The Library Services SMT discussed Brexit at our meeting last week, to ensure that we provide effective support for all staff affected. We would like to reiterate that we are here to help, so please get in touch with any concerns. UCL’s Brexit website http://www.ucl.ac.uk/eu-referendum and email address email@example.com are available for all staff looking for information. Where there are questions which the website does not answer, they should be sent to Paul Ayris as Head of Department who can pass them on to the relevant Officer in UCL.
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