By Gabriel Princewill And Ben Kerrigan
British University lecturers of law must be counted and contribute their views to the current Brexit crisis, The Eye Of Media.Com has concluded.
This publication will be contacting the EU departments of seven universities in the country to get their overall view on the current state of Brexit negotiations in order to obtain a summary of their proposals early in 2019. The decision was made yesterday, at meeting in London, after first being raised on boxing day after members of our thinktank team met to discuss and review issues that have dominating 2018. Theresa May is due to present a vote on the Brexit deal in Parliament in the middle of January, but before then, University lecturers in law will be put on the spot by mail and in some cases, by surprise visits in person.
They will be contacted as from January 2, the aim being to gather a collection of views from those who teach and mark on the subject. Their expert opinion on what really is going on needs to be heard and analysed. Lecturers will have the right to give their professional opinions anonymously if they so choose, but will be urged to identify boldly with their views on a matter as serious and of historical importance as Brexit. They will be asked what they believe is the best solution to the present crisis, how they assess the criticisms that have been levied against Theresa May over the handling of Brexit, and their evaluation of the whole process so far and their potential predictions.
Their own political persuasions on the matter will be inquired to aid our assessment of their overall evaluation on the topic.
Universities on our list include Oxford University, Cambridge University, Bristol University, Newcastle University, Leeds University, and Oxbridge University. The current crisis that has left talks in limbo threatens to destabilise the British economy in the future if no immediate solutions are sought. The idea came over many hours of discussion in London on Thursday involving writers of this publication and members of our thinktank team which also include some members of other organisations who liaise with us to contribute to our force as credible and innovating agents of change. Legal experts from most Universities have made no public contributions to the state of affairs which have led to nothing but chaos and arguments.
The British parliament is currently heading for a no deal, as ministers continue to bite one another’s heads off over how the matter will be settled in the light of the serious tensions that have continued to divide Parliament .Universities will be contacted by mail and phone from today, seeking their opinions and readiness to contribute to helping members of the public and the British government understand what they believe is the best option forward, as well as the potential consequences of things as they stand.
We will want to have all submissions from the respective Universities by the first week of January, allowing time for them to be considered by the public and the government after we have published them. Most University lecturers would be retiring for the Christmas breaks, but will be expected to see their emails. At the latest, they would all have received our mail by the first week of 2019 when they return. Law lecturers will be ion the process of preparing their students for the first semester exams next month, but the urgency of our request will mean they must find time to either compose a written report on Brexit, or provide a verbal on the spot response to representatives of this publication or members of our thinktank team.
Any EU department that fails to contribute to this important assessment on Brexit plans, and also has no existing report, will be berated as not being up to the standard of leading legal minds in the field, since all lecturers of the European Union ought to be concerned enough about the current situation to have a structured view of how things are expected to play out.