Tagged: European Union

After the shock

In June 1975, ahead of the previous European Union referendum on whether the United Kingdom should remain in the European Economic Community, publisher George Weidenfeld... Read more

What next, after the 'Leave' win?

Literary and talent agent Diane Banks contemplates the next steps for the publishing industry following the UK's vote to leave the European Union. Read more

Keep calm and expect change

Philip Jones reacts to the result of the EU referendum and considers its impact on the publishing industry. Read more

Inside and out

Philip Jones looks at the impact that a Brexit may have on the book trade. Read more

The EU strait-jacket

Britain’s economic future would be better secured outside of the narrow confines of present-day Europe, says Conservative MEP Daniel Hannan. Read more

Publisher to host EU celebration night on day of Article 50 trigger

Canbury Press is to host a gala evening to "celebrate the contribution of Europeans to the UK" as prime minister Theresa May prepares to trigger... Read more

Hudson slams 'inhuman' May's EU dallying

DK c.e.o. Ian Hudson said UK Prime Minister Theresa May was “inhuman” for “playing with people’s lives” in her Brexit negotiations, while HarperCollins UK c.e.o.... Read more

SoA urges government to follow EU copyright law after Brexit

The Society of Authors has urged the UK to continue to follow European Union law even after Brexit as part of its formal response to the... Read more

Digital Single Market may have 'disastrous' cultural consequences

The "cultural consequences of the Digital Single Market in Europe would be disastrous", according to Chris Auty [pictured], head of the producing department of the... Read more

EU e-book ruling means change to PLR, says SoA

The Society of Authors has welcomed the European Court's ruling on e-lending, which it argues removes “the final barrier” to applying Public Lending Right (PLR)... Read more

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